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Crazy Rich Asians is slated for a sequel

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Glitz and glamour on the big screen? Pretty common. Rooftop parties? Also pretty common. But a rooftop party on the top of Marina Bay Sands, complete with fireworks?

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That’s new – and yes, it’s Crazy Rich Asians, the rom-com set in our very own island.

Photo Credits: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

The fanfare for Crazy Rich Asians doesn’t seem like it’ll be dying down anytime soon. Already, it has smashed box offices, grossing a whopping $50 million.

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Just the other day, we headed for a screening in Singapore and it was packed to the brim. People even occupied the dreaded front row seats.

If you’d love to see more of Pierre Png’s (Michael) abs, or bask in Gemma Chan’s (Astrid) badassery, then you’ll be glad to know there’s a sequel in the works.

Photo Credits: NY Daily News

Based on the second installation in the Crazy Rich book trilogy, this one is titled China Rich Girlfriend.

If you think Nick is crazy rich, the world of Shanghai sophistication and style might just be on another level. Join Rachel as she discovers the secrets of her birth father and look forward to her and Nick’s beautiful wedding.

Photo Credits: Mashable

Hopefully, like in the book, we’ll be seeing much more of Fiona Xie as shameless Hong Kong starlet Kitty Pong. That’ll be a riot.

Photo Credits: The New Paper

Deadline states that Jon M. Chu will return as director, Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim as scriptwriters, and the film will be produced by Color Force and Ivanhoe Productions.

Photo Credits: The Hollywood Reporter

Constance Wu, Henry Golding, and Michelle Yeoh will all be reprising their roles. We can’t wait.

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$1/hour Karaoke sessions at Manekineko Singapore

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To all you bathroom singers out there, it is time to stop belting out your favourite Mariah Carey songs while wielding your shower head because Manekineko is having an insane $1 promotion that you need to take note of RIGHT NOW!

From 24th July to 31st July 2019 at their Scape outlet, singers get to enjoy $1/hour per pax NETT rates on weekdays and $2/hour per pax NETT rates on weekends. Those are some pretty mad savings right there so you better hurry and reserve you and your buddies a slot by calling 6755-3113!

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Terms & Conditions:

・Promotion is valid at only Manekineko Scape outlet.
・Promotion is valid for a minimum of 3pax check-in. 
・Promotion is valid only for 3-hour singing sessions. No extension is allowed.
・Additional $4 NETT per pax is required for free flow of soft/hot drinks and tidbits for 3hrs.
・Promotion on Weekends is $2 NETT per hour per pax. (Minimum 3pax check-in and only 3-hour singing session)
・Promotion on Weekday is from Sunday Night session to Friday Day session, Weekend is from Friday Night session to Sunday Day session.
・Promotion is not Valid in conjunction with other promotion, discounts, vouchers, event packages and/or privileges
・The Management reserves the right to amend and/or withdraw any/all of the terms and conditions stated above without prior notice.

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Photo credit: Karoake Manekineko Singapore


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Neon Lights festival returns for a three-day celebration of the best indie acts

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Singapore’s biggest indie music festival, Neon Lights, is back for a third instalment this November with a stacked line-up spanning three days. The festival returns to Fort Canning Park from November 9 to November 11, complete with headline acts and indie legends from all around the world.

Photo: Neon Lights

After successful runs in 2015 and 2016, local indie fans were left disappointed when Neon Lights took a break last year. The organisers made a promise the festival would return in full strength in 2018 and that it did. Festival director Declan Forde said they were thrilled to be returning and had put a lot of thought into the line-up to ensure both quality and diversity so everyone could enjoy the festival to the fullest.

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Kicking things off on November 9 is Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna who will be serenading the crowd in her first public performance in over a year. 

Photo: Neon Lights

Fans of Interpol are also in luck because the band from New York will be making their Asian debut with a full set on November 10. 

Photo: Neon Lights

Other acts include the likes of Caribou, Riot !n Magenta and Cigarettes After Sex amongst others. For the full line-up, as well as schedules, head on down to the website.

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Neon Lights runs November 9 to November 11, 6pm to 1030pm on November 9 and 2pm to 1030pm on November 10 and 11. Individual day tickets start from $99 for adults and $25 for children and can be purchased via the website or SISTIC. 

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Things to do this weekend in Singapore (21 Sept – 23 Sept)

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This week’s an exciting one. We’ve got a 2000-2018 dance party, art exhibitions (some all the way till 3am) and something for all you tea-lovers out there. With these many options on your plate, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

1. Art After Dark x 6th Anniversary Celebrations (21 Sept)

Photo Credits: Gillman Barracks

Celebrate Gillman Barracks’ 6th anniversary with another run of their Art After Dark! It’s the perfect way to kick off your weekend – there’ll be live performances, interactive art experiences and delicious food served all the way till 3am.

Photo Credits: Park Bench Deli

When you’re done exploring the two new gallery openings presented by Ota Fine Arts and Yavuz Gallery, or traversed through our very own Nguan’s photography, you can rock out to the tunes of Pleasantry and The Pinholes. Definitely grab that late night bite from the likes of Park Bench Deli and Handlebar.

Address: Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road, Singapore 108937

Time: 7pm onwards

Ticket pricing: Free

2. Singapore Tea Festival 2018 (21 Sept – 23 Sept)

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Quench your thirst with this year’s comeback of Singapore Tea Festival. With more than a hundred blends of tea, 30 tea and tea-related brands, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

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There’ll even be dialogues and workshops where you’ll about learn skills such as modern kombucha making from industry leaders. To redeem a complimentary Yixing Purple Clay glazed porcelain cup, all you’ve got to do is register at teapasar’s booth!

Address: ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801

Time: Fri: 3PM-10PM, Sat & Sun: 10AM-10PM

Ticket pricing: Free

3. V A N I T A S Group Art Exhibition (21 Sept – 23 Sept)

Photo Credits: Sarah Thursday Illustrations

This brings a group of talented women into the spotlight. Featuring six independent female artists, VANITAS is a group show which explores themes like mortality, the transience of life and the futility of pleasure.

Be wowed by the dark art styles of @sarahthursday, @erikartoon, @mothhead_, @peithedragon, @yelselogy and @sanatoriium. Remember to bring some spare cash to purchase some of their merch!

Address: kult, Block C2-5, Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120

Time: Fri: Opening Night @ 5pm, Sat & Sun: 12PM-8PM

Ticket pricing: Free

4. Xiao Kopitiam #2 (22 Sept)

Photo Credits: 21Moonstone

Pop by this reimagined kopitiam for maybe the chillest weekend you’ve had in a while.

Photo Credits: 21Moonstone

Dig into LAD & DAD’s comfort British fare – think bangers & mash and beef stew (we can attest to the amazingness of this dish), get a intricate henna design from the famous @henn.drawn or just grab a personalised haiku at the typewriter.

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Address: 21 Moonstone Lane, Poh Leng Building #09-01, Singapore 328426

Time: Lunch: 3PM-10PM

Ticket pricing: Free

5. The Passion Pop-Up (22 Sept)

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Support your local businesses and female entrepreneurship at this pop-up. Try out delicious treats from That Vegan Cake, juicy burgers from Hustle Co and more.

 

The Passion Panel, filled with names like Isabel Lee of An Acai Affair and Beckie Liu of Haikini,

Photo Credits: Hustle Co

will delve into how they sparked off their passion for entrepreneurship, developing it into an actual business. It’s not all work, though. Play beer pong or sign up for a HIIT session with Charity Chan, a personal trainer!

Address: 52 Craig Road, Singapore 089690

Time: 11AM – 4PM

Ticket pricing: Free

6. High School Never Ends (22 Sept)

Photo Credits: HopHeads

Blast it back to your childhood or travel all the way to the present at HopHeads’ latest escapade, featuring 2000s-2018 electronic dance pop and the hottest radio hits.

Their parties are so popular that all their online tickets have been sold out. Your best bet is to head straight to the door for a ticket, then straight into the most nostalgic night of your life.

Address: 178 Clemenceau Ave, Haw Par Glass Tower B1-00, Singapore 239926

Time: 10PM – 4AM

Ticket pricing: Door tickets $20, inclusive of one drink

 

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