You have mail:::Fortune Gods need their updates | Chinese New Year in celebrations and partys in Singapore would not be complete without the obligatory Fortune God visit. In this case, a young office worker doubles up as the most awaited deity but the gods of work also call. So check his email he does, and then it's off to the party to bestow good fortune to the masses (in this case, his colleaques).
Romeo & Juliet, by Goh Choo San:::Presented by Singapore Dance Theatre | This is the dress rehearsal for the performance. Quite an experience to watch the dancers practicing - they don't look like they need too, almost everything went perfectly (at least to me) and there was tons of energy on stage. In the seats was one very special guest, the Artistic Director, who was making final checks and tweaks for the performance the next day
Read while you still can see:::East Coast Park, Singapore | The park is a popular R&R spot for locals. To the right of this scene, is a hawker centre with a large selection of local treats whilst on the left, is an Extreme Skate Park for the young to strut their skating and biking skills
Old face, new building ::: Cathay building
The front facade of the building was gazetted as a national monument on 10 February 2003. Thus the new building incorporates conservation of the original art-deco façade of the 1930s combined together with a modern-day avant garde design by Paul Tange of Tange Associates Japan and RDC Architects Pte Ltd Singapore.