• All the artistes performing at Anime Festival Asia's 'I Love Anisong' concerts
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    All the artistes performing at Anime Festival Asia's 'I Love Anisong' concerts

    Apart from the various exhibitions of official anime goods, creator goods and even Japanese food, there are also meet-and-greets and showcases during the day and “I Love Anisong” concerts at night. The talented 25-year-old, who was nicknamed “the God with the healing voice” by fans, is also active as an actor, producer and songwriter.

  • Colours of Impressionism at the National Gallery Singapore
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    Colours of Impressionism at the National Gallery Singapore

    National Gallery Singapore's new blockbuster exhibition show how the Impressionism art movement transformed painting with a bold new use of colour and style. Photos: Monet and Renoir works at National Gallery Singapore's new blockbuster exhibition

  • Bata's sport-style retailer AW LAB opens first store in Asia
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    Bata's sport-style retailer AW LAB opens first store in Asia

    Sneakerheads in Singapore must be having a really exciting week.

  • Kanye West-designed adidas sneakers to launch in Singapore on 18 Nov; purchase subject to ballot
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    Kanye West-designed adidas sneakers to launch in Singapore on 18 Nov; purchase subject to ballot

    It sure is a big week for sneakerheads in Singapore. Just days after Off-White designer Virgil Abloh launched his Nike collaboration here on Tuesday, Yeezy designer and rapper Kanye West will be launching his own sneaker collaboration with adidas in Singapore on Saturday (18 Nov). The adidas Originals Yeezy Boost 350 V2 will be available in sizes UK3.5 to UK12, and will cost $349 a pair.

  • Singer Yuna talks about the ‘art of not caring’ and keeping her song ‘Crush’ a secret at private event in Singapore   
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    Singer Yuna talks about the ‘art of not caring’ and keeping her song ‘Crush’ a secret at private event in Singapore   

    Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna performed at the Capitol Theatre in Singapore on Wednesday (15 Nov). Despite having to spend a big part of her music career in the United States, Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna still takes time to return to Southeast Asia. The popular song, which has garnered 41 million streams on Spotify since it was released in February 2016, also features American R&B star Usher.

  • PHOTOS: Monet and Renoir works at National Gallery Singapore's new blockbuster exhibition
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    PHOTOS: Monet and Renoir works at National Gallery Singapore's new blockbuster exhibition

    Following its successful Yayoi Kusama exhibition, National Gallery Singapore is launching the first exhibition on Impressionism in Southeast Asia on Thursday (16 November). Running till 11 March 2018 at the Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery, the works show how this influential art movement transformed painting with a bold new use of colour and style.

  • Virgil Abloh, owner of high-end streetwear brand Off-White, in Singapore for launch of Nike collaboration
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    Virgil Abloh, owner of high-end streetwear brand Off-White, in Singapore for launch of Nike collaboration

    You might have seen several people in Singapore spotting waist belts in garish white or yellow with the words “OFF-WHITE” embroidered across. Well, the man behind the high-end streetwear brand made a hush-hush visit to Singapore on Tuesday (14 Nov) for the launch of his streetwear collaboration with Nike entitled “Ten Icons Reconstructed”. The collaboration was exclusively launched at Dover Street Market Singapore and consisted of sneakers and exclusive T-shirts. Based on the fashion retail store’s Instagram, fans were seen welcoming the 37-year-old at the store and requesting for ...

  • Singapore-raised photographer Stefen Chow claims racial abuse at The Body Shop in Paris
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    Singapore-raised photographer Stefen Chow claims racial abuse at The Body Shop in Paris

    A post by Singapore-raised photographer Stefen Chow has gone viral on Facebook after he claimed to have been racially abused by the staff at an outlet of The Body Shop in Paris, France. In a post that was published on Tuesday (14 Nov), Chow, who was in the country on a personal trip, had gone to an outlet on Sunday (12 Nov) at 68 Rue de Rivoli to purchase two items. Later, Chow noticed that the staff had overcharged him by €5 (S$8).

  • '13 Reasons Why' author talks about rising teen suicide rates at Singapore Writers Festival
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    '13 Reasons Why' author talks about rising teen suicide rates at Singapore Writers Festival

    Jay Asher, author of the best-selling novel behind hit Netflix series “Thirteen Reasons Why”, said that teen suicides are on the rise due to the effect social media has on bullying. Speaking with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore at the Singapore Writers Festival on Sunday (12 November), Asher said that rising teenage suicide rates have risen with the advent of social media.

  • WATCH: Adlina Adil from 'Lion Moms 2' reviews the Fitbit Ionic
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    WATCH: Adlina Adil from 'Lion Moms 2' reviews the Fitbit Ionic

    When she's not being a bad influence in the second season of Channel 5's "Lion Moms" TV series, Singaporean actress Adlina Adil spends a lot of time maintaining her fitness by hitting the gym and pool. So we thought it would be a great idea to let her review Fitbit's latest fitness tracker-cum-smartwatch called the Ionic. After all, she has used the brand's earlier models - the Alta and Flex. Watch to find out if the Fitbit Ionic is worth the buy. More details here: Fitbit's new Ionic smartwatch lets you track your health and make payments in Singapore Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .

  • Street style inspiration from the streets of Singapore (4)
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    Street style inspiration from the streets of Singapore (4)

    Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore presents bi-weekly style inspirations from the streets of Singapore. The photos in this edition were taken in the last week at locations such as Orchard Road.

  • KFC Singapore releases Red Hot Szechuan Chicken, not chicken-flavoured milk
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    KFC Singapore releases Red Hot Szechuan Chicken, not chicken-flavoured milk

    Less than a week after teasing the introduction of a new “KFC Milk” on their Facebook page, KFC Singapore revealed on Wednesday (15 November) that they are actually bringing back an old favourite, the Red Hot Chicken – this time, with a new Szechuan-inspired flavour. The Red Hot Chicken was first released back in July 2015, and made two other returns in November 2015 and November 2016. The release of the Red Hot Szechuan Chicken comes shortly after KFC ‘punked’ Singapore with the release of a “Double Steamed Chicken” burger, which turned out to be a re-release of the Zinger Double Down burger.

  • Survey reveals why people in Singapore are not drinking enough milk
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    Survey reveals why people in Singapore are not drinking enough milk

    While we all know that milk is a great source of calcium, many people in Singapore tend to avoid drinking it as they believe it contains too much fat. When participants from a recent focus group were asked how much fat they thought milk contains, they gave an average answer of 46 per cent, said researcher Dr Kalpana Bhaskaran from Temasek Polytechnic on Tuesday (14 November).

  • Actor Josh Hartnett coming for Singapore International Film Festival
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    Actor Josh Hartnett coming for Singapore International Film Festival

    American actor and producer Josh Hartnett will be in Singapore in November for a panel on the movie “Oh Lucy!”, which he stars in.

  • Get lunch delivered from Maxwell, Amoy and Hong Lim, but only in the CBD
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    Get lunch delivered from Maxwell, Amoy and Hong Lim, but only in the CBD

    Fancy having some local hawker fare for lunch, but unwilling to face the crowd or out of tissues to ‘chope’ a seat? Well, you’re in luck, provided you work or live in the Central Business District (CBD). Concierge and delivery service honestbee unveiled on Tuesday (14 November) an on-demand lunchtime hawker food delivery from places such as Maxwell Food Centre, Amoy Street Food Centre and Hong Lim Food Centre.

  • Weekend Guide (17-19 November): Twilight Encounters at Night Safari, ONE15 Christmas boat light parade
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    Weekend Guide (17-19 November): Twilight Encounters at Night Safari, ONE15 Christmas boat light parade

    From a Christmas parade of boats, to a colourful and musical 5km run, this coming weekend has something for everyone. Fun awaits those wanting to kick back to the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, or parents looking for some Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter-type entertainment for the children. Twilight Encounters Night Safari is offering visitors an even wilder experience with glow-in-the-dark walking trails, vibrant geometric animal sculptures, special black light photobooth, and animal character parades at this year-end festive event. ...

  • New book pays tribute to 'power women' in Singapore
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    New book pays tribute to 'power women' in Singapore

    “Madonnas and Mavericks: Power Women in Singapore”, is the latest effort of Loretta Chen, theatre director, creative consultant and activist. The book pays tribute to 17 Singaporean women who “have scaled the peaks and thrived in unexpected places.” Profiling personalities like Jennie Chua, Olivia Lum, Ivy Singh-Lim, President Halimah Yacob, “Madonnas and Mavericks” cuts across diverse fields such as business, politics, advocacy, sports, lifestyle and the arts.  According to Chen, there were three denominators the featured women had in common. ...

  • WATCH: Preview of Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at Changi Airport
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    WATCH: Preview of Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at Changi Airport

    Occupying 7,760 sq ft of space, the Japan Gourmet Hall SORA will be the largest restaurant across all four terminals of Changi Airport. The 300-seater food hall will house six Japanese restaurant brands that serve dishes such as ramen, sashimi, tendon, okonomiyaki, and fusion Japanese food, desserts and beverages. The six restaurant brands include Tendon Kohaku, Menya Takeichi, Kuro Maguro, Tokyo Sundubu, Tsuruhasi Fugetsu and Japoli Kitchen. More in our story: Changi Airport's new Japan gourmet hall to feature bar, fusion food Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .

  • Publisher of 'Oxley Castle' book: No letter of any kind received from PMO
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    Publisher of 'Oxley Castle' book: No letter of any kind received from PMO

    UPDATE: The Arts House issued a statement on the “The Phantom of Oxley Castle” book launch while Epigram CEO Edmund Wee said the publisher won’t be delivering the book “until the matter is resolved”. The statement comes after Epigram announced earlier Monday that the book launch originally slated for this Saturday has been postponed till further notice. “While the original intent was to do a dual book launch, we have decided that it will be better to focus on doing a one-book launch which is Peh Shing Huei’s ‘Dream Island: The Mad Mad World of Philip Yeo’ which has a charity component,” said Edmund Wee, CEO and publisher of Epigram Books.

  • Changi Airport's new Japan gourmet hall to feature bar, fusion food
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    Changi Airport's new Japan gourmet hall to feature bar, fusion food

    Fans of Japanese food are in for a treat, as the much-anticipated Japan Gourmet Hall SORA will officially open at Changi Airport Terminal 2 on Tuesday (14 Nov).

  • PHOTOS: MTV Europe Music Awards red carpet looks
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    PHOTOS: MTV Europe Music Awards red carpet looks

    Here’s a round up of what some of the celebrities wore at the MTV Europe Music Awards red carpet. The event was held at the SSE Arena in Wembley, London, on 12 November.

  • Launch of book inspired by Oxley Road saga postponed
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    Launch of book inspired by Oxley Road saga postponed

    Local publishing house Epigram Books announced Monday (13 November) that the launch of children’s book “The Phantom of Oxley Castle”, inspired by the 38 Oxley Road saga, will be postponed till further notice. “While the original intent was to do a dual book launch, we have decided that it will be better to focus on doing a one-book launch which is Peh Shing Huei’s ‘Dream Island: The Mad Mad World of Philip Yeo’ which has a charity component,” said Edmund Wee, CEO of Epigram Books. The launch of Peh’s book will be held this Saturday (18 November) at The Arts House.

  • Looking for cheap lobsters and oysters? Singaporean opens ‘$1 seafood concept’ stall
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    Looking for cheap lobsters and oysters? Singaporean opens ‘$1 seafood concept’ stall

    Seafood Hunter offers up to 25 different types of ready-to-eat seafood items with a majority of them priced at a dollar each. Singapore’s pasar malam has a newcomer and it’s already attracting a long line of foodies seeking affordable seafood.

  • Christmas light-up on Orchard Road 2017
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    Christmas light-up on Orchard Road 2017

    It's that time of the year again - Orchard Road lights up for Christmas. This year's theme follows an "Endless Wonder" of fun and fantasy, featuring light displays and interactive installations. Starting from Tanglin Mall and ending at Plaza Singapura, the streets will be lit up from 3pm every day. Nine malls will also be competing for the "Best Dressed Building contest", and the public can vote for their favourite building on the Orchard Road website. The Christmas light-up runs from now till 1 January 2018. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .

  • 'Your Hand in Mine' actress' first feature film had audiences crying
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    'Your Hand in Mine' actress' first feature film had audiences crying

    It’s not easy to elicit emotions from jaded moviegoers, as even the most seasoned directors will tell you.