We know what Shatner, Nimoy, Stewart and the like are up to these days, but what about those other valuable Starfleet officers that entertained us so? Where are the crew members of ‘Star Trek’ now?
For LEGO fans, it’s been a long wait but LEGO’s Piece of Peace world tour is finally here in Singapore! The opening ceremony took place on Thursday (27 July) morning at the Fort Canning Arts Centre. The Piece of Peace exhibition sees a total of 44 LEGO replicas of UNESCO world heritage sites made with a total of nearly half a million LEGO bricks and built in a collective time of six man-years. Guest-of-honour and Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Ms Grace Fu, later unveiled the latest LEGO replica exhibit of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which was built in commemoration of ASEAN’s 50th anniversary.
Hundreds of tea lovers gathered at the inaugural Singapore Tea Festival that took place last weekend (22-23 July) in the basement of ION Orchard. Presented by local heritage tea retailer The 1872 Clipper Tea Co. in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival, the two-day event delivered a showcase of all things tea in Singapore. There were four main themed elements – A Tea Market, a Teapitiam, a Tea Room and a Tea Museum.
Popular Korean actress Park Shin-hye, known for her roles in dramas such as “Doctors”, “Pinocchio” and “The Heirs”, was in Singapore to celebrate the launch of Korean beauty brand Mamonde on Friday (21 July). The 27-year-old is currently on her Asia fan meeting tour, and visited Hong Kong before dropping by Singapore.
With Game of Thrones’ season seven premiere on Monday (17 July) in Singapore, HBO Asia prepared a #WinterIsHere event for fans on the little red dot. The event took place over the weekend (15 to 16 July) at the basement of Orchard Cineleisure. Fans were given photo opportunities with a life-sized ice sculpture of the Iron Throne and limited edition premiums that were frozen in blocks of ice.
Simply red. Looks like 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is sticking with its blood red colour theme if these new character posters are anything to go by.
The stars of Christopher Nolan's WW2 thriller 'Dunkirk' were out in force in London's Leicester Square.
The historical Sungei Road Thieves Market has come to its final weekend before it officially closes from 11 July 2017. Having been around for about four decades, the famous flea market was exceptionally popular among youths in the 70s and 80s for second-hand treasure finds such as clothes, accessories and electronics.Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore recently took a final trip down to the market. If you’re looking for something to remember Sungei Road Thieves Market by, Singaporean label Entrepot are selling photograph tees.
Some of Korea’s biggest stars turned up at the CHANEL Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition held at the D MUSEUM in Seoul, South Korea on Wednesday (21 June).
The gala premiere for live stage show “CHEF: Bibimbap vs Chilli Crab” took place on Thursday (8 June) and saw a number of celebrities go on-stage as part of the audience interaction segments.
The Tony Awards celebrate the theater world’s best performances and biggest pipes. And there were no clear-cut frontrunners this year, after that phenomenon known as Hamilton swept the major categories in 2016 — the closest being the beloved and buzzy Dear Evan Hansen. But regardless of who takes home a statue, get ready for serious style moments from luminaries like Bette Midler and Olivia Wilde. Break a leg, folks.
If you want razzle-dazzle on the red carpet, look no further than an event celebrating the stars of country music. These ladies — and gents — know how to bring it. Boring? Never. Case in point: Wednesday’s CMT Awards. Here’s who wore what.
Paramount has released a series of striking new character posters for ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ ahead of the film’s release on 22 June. Featuring Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel, and roughly 500 tonnes of heavy metal robots in disguise, you can check out all 12 new posters here.
Thousands of young music fans defiantly returned to Manchester to see the likes of Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Niall Horan and Coldplay perform at the poignant tribute show
The 32-year-old son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana is in town to attend several engagements in the country from 4 to 5 June which include observing iftar, also known as the breaking of the fast during Ramadan.