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[CLOSED] WIN tickets to Assassin’s Creed

Stand a chance to win a pair of tickets for the preview of Assassin’s Creed!

Moana: A beautiful tribute to Polynesian folklore

Moana: A beautiful tribute to Polynesian folklore

Amid laughter and tears, Moana paints a beautiful portrait of the South Pacific culture.

[CLOSED] WIN MapleSEA Pink Bean hamper!

[CLOSED] WIN MapleSEA Pink Bean hamper!

Stand the chance to WIN MapleSEA’s limited edition Pink Bean hamper!

Nostalgia sells at Friends’ Themed Café

Nostalgia sells at Friends’ Themed Café

The first licensed Central Perk outside of the US is in Singapore.

Kai Ko: Unfazed by drug scenes in comeback film

Kai Ko: Unfazed by drug scenes in comeback film

The Taiwanese actor who’s nabbed for marijuana use plays a drug user in The Road to Mandalay

Togi Makabe: Wrestling is More Than Entertainment

Togi Makabe: Wrestling is More Than Entertainment

The New Japan Pro Wrestling star prides real fights over theatrics.

Boo Junfeng: Won Award at Golden Horse Awards

Boo Junfeng: Won Award at Golden Horse Awards

Homegrown director takes home NETPAC Award for “Apprentice”.

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[CLOSED] WIN tickets to SING!

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Mystic Messenger: Who’s Your Favorite Virtual Date?

Mystic Messenger: Who’s Your Favorite Virtual Date?

1,880 gamers vote for their “dream man”. Here’s their verdict.

Pokémon Go a hit with the young at heart

Pokémon Go a hit with the young at heart

The augmented reality game has found a surprising fan base among Singapore’s retirees.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: What’s in a Suitcase?

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: What’s in a Suitcase?

Dive back in to JK Rowling’s world of magic and intrigue with the upcoming Warner Bros. release, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Race Relations Still a Work in Progress: Divian Nair

Race Relations Still a Work in Progress: Divian Nair

The We Are Majulah founder called on students to seek common space in a diverse Singapore at Cross-Cultural Symposium 2016.