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Ng Eng Teng's take on geometrical shapes

BULBOUS sculptures and the mother and child form are the trademark shapes of the late sculptor Ng Eng Teng, but what is less well-known is that he also experimented briefly with geometrical shapes. The latter was what caught the attention of NUS Museum assistant curator Kenneth Tay, who was fixated with the way the letters "ng" were repeated throughout his name. The repetitive nature of his name "...


Cityneon places out 40m shares at S$0.55 each

MAINBOARD-listed Cityneon Holdings has placed out 40 million shares at S$0.55 per share to CMC Holdings and other institutional and financial investors as part of its efforts to institutionalise its investor base and boost liquidity. Of the 40 million shares, 20 million are new shares and 20 million are vendor shares. Net proceeds raised from from the new shares will help fuel the growth and expa...


Singapore returns to global architecture exhibition

Just months after being designated a Unesco Creative City of Design in December last year, Singapore will be among 88 participants from 37 countries at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition (Biennale Architettura 2016) in Venice, Italy, from May 28 to Nov 27. Following a four-year hiatus from the biennale, this year's Singapore Pavilion will present Space To Imagine, Room For Everyone, a...


S.E.A. Aquarium makes waves with shark ray pup

An aquarium in Singapore has, for the first time, successfully bred a shark ray, a vulnerable species whose young are known for their high mortality rates. Visitors to the S.E.A. Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) can view the six-month-old shark ray pup, the only one of eight born last November that survived longer than three months. S.E.A. is one of the few aquariums in the world to have...


Tourism gets $700m boost

Chinese tourists to Singapore tend to make a detour to temples before visiting the integrated resorts. While one can only hazard a guess at the reason, more of such insights, pieced together from various sources by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), could be on the way to help tourism players better understand the behaviours of travellers here. Yesterday, Minister for Trade and Industry (Industr...


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