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Have a meal, style your tresses, and get your nails done. The post Walking on Sunshine is the new Korean beauty salon and cafe hidden (very hidden) away in Orchard Central appeared first on Coconuts.
| Coconuts Singapore x Adapt Asia | If you’re an indie fan, don’t miss this. The post Enjoy a night of cool indie vibes with Postiljonen appeared first on Coconuts.
Watch comedies, social critiques, coming-of-age dramas, and more. The post This year’s Singapore International Film Festival screens more than 100 titles, including debut features of Asian filmmakers appeared first on Coconuts.
From the first Polaroid camera to today's digital age. The post The National Museum’s new Polaroid exhibition takes you through the world of instant photography appeared first on Coconuts.
Good times were had, fam, good times. The post In Pics: Our Coco Food and Coco Travel launch party at Nineteen80 appeared first on Coconuts.
We are talking here about mint. Emailer Valerie James has space for a pot of mint on her balcony and wants to know if there is an all-purpose kind.
The art of the science behind the man's works. The post ArtScience Museum’s new exhibition breaks down the curious life of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman appeared first on Coconuts.
It's all about indie, locally-based brands. The post 10 fashion, home ware, and skincare labels to check out at this year’s Boutiques Fair: Gifting Edition appeared first on Coconuts.
Step into the festive world of fairytales. The post Andsoforth gets into the Christmas spirit with its ‘Marie and The Nutcracker’ theatrical dining experience appeared first on Coconuts.
The leaves are dropping from the trees and the days are getting shorter, which means the search for Christmas presents has arrived once again. If you're thinking about buying a present for a green-fingered friend then look no further: we've simplified the gargantuan task for you by scouring the shops ourselves.
| Coconuts Singapore x Golden Village | Screams on screens! The post A Night Of Horror: Join us for the Golden Village Horrorthon and be one of the first to see these exclusive films appeared first on Coconuts.
| Coconuts Singapore x UNI Skincare | Let’s simplify your skincare. The post Pure, Minimal, Natural: A simplified routine for better skin, made in Singapore appeared first on Coconuts.
Influence responsibly, influencers. The post Introducing Coconuts Colloquiums, our new panel event series featuring guest speakers, experts, and boozy good times appeared first on Coconuts.
The Cornish city of Truro has officially come out on top to be crowned ‘Champion of Champions’ in the RHS Britain in Bloom community gardening competition 2018. The city was presented its trophy at the RHS Britain in Bloom award ceremony, held last night in Belfast.
Tickets will sell out within hours, and scalpers will be reselling ‘em online. The post Ed Sheeran to play his biggest show yet in Singapore next year at the National Stadium appeared first on Coconuts.
Is garlic a vegetable or herb? The gardening world appears undecided. Either way, I’m really into home-grown plants that naturally pep up the flavour of everything we eat, and garlic is top dog. Compared with supermarkets, gardeners have a wide range of garlic types to choose from, with varying strength and flavour.
Pumpkins are a member of the squash family (Curcubita). First cultivated across the Atlantic, they were brought to us by intrepid explorers.
Yes, there'll be an open bar. The post Celebrate the launch of Coco Food and Coco Travel with booze, bites, and classic arcade games appeared first on Coconuts.
Well-deserved. The post Veteran thespian and ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ standout Tan Kheng Hua signs on with Hollywood talent agencies appeared first on Coconuts.
The team behind the China-produced remake of Singapore's blockbuster TV drama, "The Little Nyonya", unveiled the cast at a ceremony to mark the launch of shooting at Pinewood Studios in Johor Baru on Thursday (11 October). Veteran actress Xiang Yun, who originally played servant-mistress Tian Lan in the 2008 series, now has a meatier role as the powerful matriarch of the Chen family in the remake. The role of Madam Chen was previously played by Li Yinzhu. Dai Xiangyu will reprise the role of the dashing Japanese photographer Yamamoto Yousuke in the new series. The rest of the main cast include actors from China and Taiwan. China’s Xiao Yan plays Huang Juxiang and her daughter Yamamoto Yueniang, originally played by Jeanette Aw. Aw shot to fame for her dual roles as mute servant Juxiang and her long-suffering daughter Yueniang. Taiwanese Kou Chia Jui will play Chen Xi, the love interest of Yueniang, originally played by Qi Yu Wu. "Nyonya" is helmed by director Guo Jingyu with the script penned by the Singaporean creator of the original 2008 series, Ang Eng Tee. With a budget of 150 million yuan (S$30 million), the remake is expected to feature more elaborate Peranakan settings and costumes than before.