10 Hidden Facts About Singapore Botanic Gardens You Never Knew About

Singapore receives perfect Jubilee gift Singapore Botanic Gardens was confirmed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 4 July at the 39th meeting of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. Singapore's Botanical Gardens is the third Botanic Gardens to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, after Kew Gardens in England and the Padua...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Yan Kay Kay [SM Spotlight 02]

SM Spotlight is a MustShareNews series where we put the spotlight on popular Singaporean social media celebrities. She's more than just a pretty face Does the name Yan Kay Kay ring a bell? Maybe you remember her as blogger queen Xiaxue's ex-BFF who was embroiled in the Xiaxue vs. Gushcloud saga. Or...

Sport Singapore Personally Visits Closing Ceremony Victim, Restores Our Faith In Humanity

Wait until you find out what this guy's designation is Clarice Teo was so touched by the gesture that she felt an emoji could express her gratitude better than her own smile: Source She posted this picture of herself on Facebook to complement her long 'How a Guy from Sport Singapore Made...

15 Best Father’s Day Facebook Messages From Our Members Of Parliament

Father's Day Has A Different Meaning To Each Of Us A father figure often has a huge role in providing for us and shaping our lives. Like many of us, our Members of Parliament (MPs) look up to their respective father figures for provision, assistance, and wisdom. On Father’s Day, we give recognition...

29 GIFs That Perfectly Sum Up Every Ramadan, In The Eyes Of A Singaporean...

The Ramadan Struggle Is Real Ramadan started on 15 June this year, marking the start of the month when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. While this month-long event turns up every year, fasting never gets any easier. Here are the struggles every Muslim goes through, hilariously summed up by the...

9 Singaporean Ministers And Their Completely Plausible Alternate Career Paths

What would the Ministers do if they weren't Ministers? We see them on the TV, we read about them and they lead us. But have we ever wondered what they could have been if they weren't our leaders? MustShareNews take a look at what 9 Ministers could be if they weren't Ministers. 1....

18-Year-Old Singaporean Silat Exponent Wins Gold, Sheds Tears On Podium

The Hero Who Cried Source On 14 June, upon stepping up on the podium as the Champion of the Pencak Silat Class F, Muhammad Nur Alfian Juma'en broke into tears after being overwhelmed by his feelings. Now known as the Hero who cried, we explain why Nur Alfian's tears and victory matters...

Artist Whose Work Was Allegedly Stolen For SEA Games Carnival Will Not Sue

The Zen Master simply wants to meet the idea maker The first time artist Lee Wen (most known for his Yellow Man work) heard of a circular table tennis table being displayed at the SEA Games 2015 Carnival, film-maker Tan Pin Pin had tagged him on Facebook, believing that it was...

The New Driving License Classification Just Made Things More Complicated

Class 3C will apply for normal Toyota Corollas in Singapore Ask anyone with a driving license and they'll tell you it's not easy to drive in Singapore. Here's 3 (non-exhaustive) reasons why: 1) Prospective drivers have to undergo at least 20 lessons and 3 tests before receiving that A8-sized card. 2) There are...

Ex-NMP Calvin Cheng Uses ISD Arrests To Equate Playwright Alfian Sa’at To ISIS Propaganda

Calvin Cheng takes advantage of ISD arrests to attack Alfian Sa'at It would appear that Calvin Cheng, outspoken social commentator and former Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP), does not like poet and playwright Alfian Sa'at very much. A post by Cheng called for the need to monitor prominent commentators, specifically Alfian...

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