Eunkwang, a member of K-pop boyband BTOB, has opened a cafe in Singapore together with his two friends, 27-year-old Kwak Keon-hee and 25-year-old Joey Tan.
Do you know the difference between Monet and Manet? Over 60 Impressionist masterpieces from artists such as Monet, Renoir and Manet are being exhibited at the National Gallery Singapore till 11 March 2018 as part of the "Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musee d’Orsay" exhibition. But what is Impressionism all about? We put several gallery-goers in Singapore to the test. Video produced by Reena Devi. Related stories: PHOTOS: Monet and Renoir works at National Gallery Singapore's new blockbuster exhibition Paintings by French impressionists Monet, Renoir coming to Singapore in November Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
It’s hard to believe we’re coming up on the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March — it’s been a challenging year full…
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Ever wondered what it would be like to live in a tiny home nearly the size of a shipping container? A Singapore start-up has just launched a series of “tiny homes” on wheels measuring 4.8 metres, 6 metres and 7.2 metres that families of up to four individuals can live in.
We’re just a month away from ushering in the year of the dog, and if you haven’t gotten your Chinese New Year look ready, here are some ideas – from accessories to cheongsams – that are available for women in Singapore. Related stories: What to wear this Chinese New Year: 25 items men will want Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
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It's the first awards ceremony of the year and we're already seeing some seriously head-turning ensembles.
Now that we’ve all recovered from the year-end festivities, it’s time to usher in another prosperous Chinese New Year. With six weeks to go till the year of the dog, it’s never too early to think about what you’ll be wearing to gatherings. But don’t fret, as we’ve compiled a list of 25 items – from shirts to accessories – that you might want to wear in Singapore this year. They’re all in the colour red, of course. 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 .
A Western food joint in Singapore has taken the cheeseburger to a whole new level. Called “Burger Banjir” (Flooded Burger), this comfort food is drenched with cheese sauce. At $7.50 a set, customers will get a serving of a double patty burger complete with onions and slices of cheese, a side of baked beans and French fries, and a generous serving of cheese sauce. The idea behind “Burger Banjir” was conceived by two friends and the recipe was perfected by stall owner Saiful. Ever since it was launched in November 2017, the “Burger Banjir” has been selling out regularly. Where to eat: Nadim’s Delight at 508 Jurong West Street 52, Singapore 640508 More food stories here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/food Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Everyone's favourite digital art collective teamLab is back with an immersive permanent digital experience, opening up the space at the former skating rink at Marina Bay Sands. (Video: Md Al-Hafiz Hosni for Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore)
Homegrown brand NATSU is serving tempura with a local twist. With sauces such as rendang and satay, the dishes at NATSU lets you satisfy cravings for both Japanese and Singaporean foods, all in a single bowl. An array of tempura food items to choose from include prawn, chicken, squid, crab stick and king oyster mushroom. The tempura remains crispy for up to 45 minutes, so be sure to enjoy your meals as soon as possible. NATSU is the brainchild of the company behind Pezzo, CRAVE and stuff’d, which also means that prices are affordable. Customisable tempura sets start from $5.90 a bowl. NATSU: The Clementi Mall, B1-K17 More food stories here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/food Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
‘Tis the season to sparkle and shine. ‘Tis the season to sip champagne from crystalline flutes as change hangs heavy in the…