Last weekend, from 24 to 26 November, a Pokemon GO event was held at Tottori sand dunes in Japan. Named Tottori GO, the event replicated a famous section of the original Pokemon game called Safari Zone, where Pokemon trainers can catch a variety of Pokemon for a limited time period. In this case, the trainers could find rare Pokemon like Mr Mime and Unown at the famed sand dunes over the three days.
Should you watch this at weekday movie ticket prices? Should you watch this at weekend movie ticket prices? “Pokemon: I Choose You” is a Japanese adventure anime film that’s the twentieth in the “Pokemon” franchise, and the first in the “Sun and Moon” series.
Most of us would know Pikachu as the adorable electric mouse and Ash Ketchum’s best Pokemon friend. But in the hands of Japanese Twitter user @bankokukun, Pikachu has been transformed into a buff and brawny character.
The M1 Fringe Festival, which encompasses several art-related activities and showcases, has yet to conclude, and another art festival is all set to kick-off this week. The Singapore Art Week (SAW) promises 12 days of non-stop arts entertainment with several events lined up. Aside from that, the upcoming weekend also has a wide range of activities that will have you spoilt for choice. Options range from the Aliwal Urban Art Festival boasting contemporary art, street dancing and skateboarding, to a nature trek at Bukit Brown cemetery and a motor show.
In an incidental cultural exchange of sorts, the top-grossing movie in Chinese history is opening in America just weeks after the United States’ box office champion, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, bowed to big numbers in China. Monster Hunt, directed by Hong Kong-born animation vet and Shrek the Third co-director Raman Hui, shocked observers by becoming China’s all-time biggest domestic earner in just two weeks after its release in July.