Videos

Grand Opening of Wings of Time, July 16, 2014
Wings of Time launched with a grand opening on July 14, 2014 at Siloso Beach. Singapore's latest night extravaganza, which replaced Songs of the Sea, is the world's only permanent seaside night show. The night show takes viewers along as Shahbaz, a mystical pre-historic bird, and his newfound friends travel across landscapes and time. Daily shows are held at 7.40pm and 8.40pm. Tickets can be purchased on site at ticketing counters or online at www.wingsoftime.com.sg at S$15 (standard seats for local residents), S$18 (standard seats) and S$23 (premium seats). Video by: Ng You Qian Edited by: Christie Yeo
Wakin Chau's post-performance interview, July 29, 2014
Back in Singapore for the Love for All, All for Love ComChest Care & Share Charity Show on July 27, 2014, the self-dubbed godson of Singapore Wakin Chau held a post-performance interview on a thundery afternoon two days later. The Hong Kong-born singer speaks to reporters about forgetting his own song lyrics while live on ComChest, contemplates changing his hairstyle and muses about his stylistic changes in his new album, Jiang Hu, The Rhapsody. Video: Christie Yeo
Song Seung-Heon promotes new movie Obsessed in Singapore
Romantic gentleman no more. Korean heartthrob Song Seung-Heon sheds his familiar image and returns to Singapore to promote his first racy film, Obsessed. Song plays Kim Jin-Pyong, a married colonel who gets involved in a forbidden but irresistible love affair with his subordinate's wife, newbie actress Lim Ji-Yeon, and ends up risking everything that he has accomplished. Obsessed opens in Singapore on July 31, 2014. Video: Ng You Qian
Busking at Raffles Place MRT station, July 25, 2014
Mr Daniel Beng, who was playing the violin at Raffles Place MRT station on July 25, marked the start of the Land Transport Authority’s three-month pilot programme to allow busking at platforms and concourses within paid areas at selected MRT stations. The programme seeks to add vibrancy to the stations and make the public transport experience more interesting for commuters. Buskers will be allowed to perform every weekday during morning peak hours from 7.30am to 11.30am at Eunos, Bukit Batok and Jurong East MRT stations, and during evening peak hours from 5.30pm to 9.30pm at Raffles Place and City Hall MRT stations. Video by: Christie Yeo