Actress Julie Tan has broken her silence after being pulled into the ongoing quarrel between showbiz veterans Hong Huifang and Pan Lingling.
Veteran Singaporean actress Zoe Tay recently marked her 30th anniversary in show business – and she celebrated with a sweet treat.
Que Jianyu set a Guinness World Record for the fastest time to solve three Rubik’s cubes while juggling. A 12-year-old boy from China is going viral on the Internet for solving three Rubik’s cubes simultaneously while juggling them. News site Shanghaiist posted a video of the astounding feat by Que Jianyu on its Facebook page on Monday (9 April).
Entertainment and lifestyle magazines 8 Days and i-Weekly will stop their print editions by the end of September and continue publishing through only their digital platforms, said their publisher Mediacorp on Thursday (12 April).
Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin made the first stop of his world tour, "Sanctuary" on 17 and 18 March at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai. The 36-year-old Lin performed 30 songs, including ”A Thousand Years Later” and "Brave New World", all while battling the flu. Lin was joined on stage by Canadian music producer, David Foster, who is also the tour director. The duo performed ”I Will Always Love You”, a song which Foster produced for the 1992 film, “The Bodyguard”. " Foster praised Lin, saying, “He has been sick for a few days now, but he still performs so well. It’s really impressive.” The three-hour concert ended with the song “Little Big Us”, which he dedicated to the fans who helped him to become the singer that he is today. He also performed hit songs ”River South” and “Twilight” during the encore segment of the concert. Lin's next concert stop is on 31 March at Chengdu. Details of his concert in Singapore have yet to be revealed. For more information on other stops in the world tour, read more here: Mandopop singer JJ Lin announces new tour with 16 stops including Singapore . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Fans have been seeking out the fictional African kingdom of Wakanda, which the movie, “Black Panther" is set in. According to Hotels.com, searches for places such as Illinois' Makanda and Wauconda (pronounced identically to 'Wakanda'), Wisconsin's Wakanda Park, Fiji's Wakaya and Japan's Wakkanai experienced a surge recently after the movie's release in February. "Black Panther", which has already grossed more than US$1 billion in cinemas worldwide, has garnered positive reviews from critics and the general audience alike. It continues the story of T'Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman, after the events of 2016's Captain America: Civil War as he returns to the kingdom after his father's death. "Black Panther" is also the last film before Marvel Studio's ensemble "Avengers: Infinity War", which opens in cinemas in April. Jessica Chuang, Hotels.com Director, Regional Marketing Greater China, SEA and India said, "The film has touched the hearts and minds of millions of film fans around the world." "It's a brilliant watch and we regularly see that pop culture inspires travel choices. We love that holidaymakers are seeking the 'Black Panther's homeland, from Wisconsin to Japan." For more information on the results, read more here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/black-panther-effect-travel-searches-092004392.html . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The Chinese zodiac for 2018 may be the Dog, but it's the Monkey that's taking our shows by storm. From the modern day Journey to the West-inspired 'A Korea Odyssey' (also known as Hwayugi) to the New Legends of Monkey (a remake of a Japanese production from the 70s and 80s), there are a few variations of the Great Sage Equal to Heaven and his band of friends. For those who enjoy a more classic Monkey King, Heavenly King Aaron Kwok returned as the titular character in The Monkey King 3 over the Lunar New Year. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The late legendary singer Teresa Teng will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 11 August in the form of a hologram. Teng, who passed away in 1995, is widely considered as one of the most famous singers ever in Asia who had a huge fan base in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Southeast Asia. The singer will be brought back to life for her concert in Singapore through the use of lights, laser, projection and video as well as special effects.
Chanel's Fall/Winter 2018/2019 fashion show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France, on 6 March 2018 saw many popular Asian celebrities in attendance. They included Mandopop stars Jay Chou and Jam Hsiao, Korean actress Park Shin-hye, and supermodels Liu Wen, Irene Kim and Soo Joo Park. Other celebrities, such as British actress Keira Knightley, were also in attendance. Here are some of their outfits. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Disbandments hardly ever spell the end of music groups, as these 90s pop groups – 911, S Club and 5ive – have proven.
Not even the rain could stop diehard fans of Monsta X from turning up to see their favourite K-pop group. The seven-member boyband from South Korea was in Singapore last week to headline the HSBC Women’s World Championship Music Festival 2018 on Saturday (3 March) at the Resorts World Sentosa. Ahead of their performance, the group met with fans and the media in a press conference held at Plaza Singapura on Friday (2 March), where they answered questions from the media and interacted with their fans, who are known as “Mon Bebes”.
Special effects make-up artist Kazuhiro Tsuji may have been the only Asian winner at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday (4 March, 5 March morning, Singapore time), but being recognised for his race was never on his mind. Along David Malinowski and Lucy Sibbick, the trio walked away with the Oscar for Best Make-up and Hair for their work on the British historical film “Darkest Hour”, starring actor Gary Oldman as the late UK prime minister Winston Churchill.
Popular Chinese singer-songwriter Joker Xue, known for his hit songs, “Actor”, “Serious Snow” and “Gentleman”, said that he would ‘disappear’ if he could not write any more good songs. The 35-year-old also shared his thoughts about his career and his passion for music with the media ahead of a private event in Singapore last month. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
“Give 3 chocolates, Get: 50 Baby Darts,” said Netflix’s latest Facebook post on Thursday (1 March), just a day after a “cash vending machine” publicity stunt by local telco Circles.Life took place in Singapore, offering $50 in return for $3. The stunt generated a lot of hype after a round of giveaways were cut short during lunchtime at Raffles Place, attracting hundreds of people as well as police officers, whose presence had led to the giveaway being discontinued after an hour. The telco organised the stunt as part of a marketing campaign, entitled “#3DollarBaller”, to promote a new unlimited data plan.
If you ever wanted to know more about the history of Emerald Hill, or imagined venturing into the homes of the rich and glamorous residents of the area, this year’s edition of OH! Open House is the perfect opportunity to do so. Situated just off Singapore’s renowned Orchard Road shopping belt, Emerald Hill is known for its expensive real estate as well as for being Singapore’s first designated conservation area. Most of Orchard Road were previously nutmeg plantations during Singapore’s colonial era, and the adjacent Emerald Hill was a former enclave to wealthy Peranakan, or Straits-born, Chinese families.
Malaysian rapper Namewee has been arrested by the local police amid controversy over his dog-theme video that was released for the Chinese New Year holiday. A post on Namewee’s Facebook page said that the rapper will continue to cooperate with the police in their investigations. The post did not mention the date of Namewee’s arrest or details of the police investigations.
Korean pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 got the crowd screaming during their performances at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Wednesday night (21 Feb). They were part of Stargram’s 2018 Launch K-Pop show, together with violinist Eugene Park, classical singer Kwak Dong-hyun and dance group Optical Crew. Stargram coin is a cryptocurrency that can be used to purchase selected content, such as certain celebrity-related fan items. Fans can purchase tickets, special albums, items from affiliated shops and enjoy concert and fan-meeting privileges using these coins. For more photos, check out this slideshow: K-pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 rock crowd at Singapore Indoor Stadium . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Do you have what it takes to become Singapore’s first MasterChef? The popular competitive cooking show is finally coming to Singapore and is calling for aspiring celebrity chefs to submit their online applications by 25 March via the MasterChef Singapore casting call site. “For the very first time MasterChef is coming to Singapore! And we are looking for the best, brightest and tastiest chefs that the ‘Little Red Dot’ can muster – all of whom will battle it out in the MasterChef kitchen to be crowned Singapore’s first ever MasterChef!” said the page.
Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun Yanzi held a press conference on Friday (9 Feb) at the Arts House to promote her 13th album, "A Dancing Van Gogh". The 39-year-old singer also shared an anecdote about teaching her son to keep her pregnancy a secret before her official announcement. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
New K-pop group IN2IT recently celebrated the first 100 days of their debut during a showcase in Singapore on Friday (2 Feb). Ahead of the showcase at SOTA, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore met with the eight lively members for an exclusive interview. IN2IT took turns sharing how they would ask someone out on Valentine's Day and Malaysian member Isaac also shared who was his best language student. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
BTOB's Eun-kwang with his brother, Eun-chong, at his new cafe, PLUSEIGHTTWO in Singapore. Take a look inside the cafe here: PHOTOS: Inside BTOB Eunkwang's new cafe in Singapore Find out why the cafe's owners decided to set up shop here in our exclusive interview here . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Popular K-pop girl group Miss A have officially disbanded, their management company JYP Entertainment announced on Wednesday (27 December). Miss A was known from 2010 to 2017 for their catchy dance-pop hits such “Bad Girl Good Girl”, “Hush”, “I Don’t Need A Man” and “Only You”. The four-member group was made up of Chinese members Fei and Jia, and Korean members Min and Suzy. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .