By: Jade Yong
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After 16 years away, Singaporeans everywhere are excited about the reopening of A&W at Jewel Changi Airport. The 80-seater outlet is also open 24-hours, making it possible for travellers to indulge in a frosty rootbeer float – among the many other favourites like the coneydogs or ice cream waffles – at anytime of the day or night.
Jewel Changi Airport opened on Wednesday to an enthralled crowd of tourists and visitors, excited to explore its shopping and dining offerings across seven different levels. The centerpiece features Jewel’s toroidal inverse dome creating a unique spatial experience, while its rainwater harvested waterfall, the HSBC Rain Vortex, is oculus that showers water down to the center of the building, making it the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
News of a royal feud has been picked up by various news sources over the past months; The latest official update being Prince Harry and Meghan Markle having moved out of Kensington Palace where his older brother and family are. We now know what Prince William said that sparked the whole tiff between our favourite royal brothers.
Richard Attenborough’s latest hit docuseries on Netflix, “Our Planet”, will be a provocative one; So much so that Netflix felt the need to issue a warning to viewers about specific scenes – one walrus scene in particular – that might cause viewers to feel emotionally disturbed.
On April 10th, scientists released the first-ever image of a black hole, which happened thanks to 29-year-old computer scientist Katie Bouman. It was her development of the algorithm that made it possible using data from gathered existing hardware to render the final image. Here’s how she made this seemingly impossible task happen, in a mere three years.