Finally…..Labour Day is here
(the last holiday we had was Chinese New Year which by now seems eons ago!)
We laboured and thought of 5 things you can do so you don’t have to.
Catch Captain America: Civil War in Cinemas
(Picture from Captain America)
Captain Yoo Si Jin may be no more, but there’s always Captain America.
In the triquel, set after the events in “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, an act to regulate superhuman activity causes a schism and civil war between our favourite heroes. Amidst all the Bukit Batok ugly you will see over the next few days, our trustworthy, earnest war hero will help you remember that some goodness remains in this world.
A word of advice though. It’s opening weekend, so book your tickets early. And if you’re watching with your Captain boyfriend, use his Safra movie discount.
Tour Annie Leibovitz’s latest exhibition, Women: New Portraits
(Pic from Google image)
Acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz is back in Singapore. Her photography exhibition illustrates the changing roles of women today and captures women of note across the world, such as Aung San Suu Kyi.
Even if you don’t appreciate art, just go to act atas lah. It’s free anyway.
Women: New Portraits is held at the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station and will be open from 10AM to 6PM daily. The exhibition will end on May 22.
Explore Future World: Where Art Meets Science
(Image by Future World)
Imagine walking through a crystal universe, where every movement affects and changes movement of the light particles. Or step into a digital garden, where butterflies and blooms react to the touch of visitors and change with the seasons.
Future World is one of the newest exhibitions at the ArtScience Museum. Its 15 art installations were designed by Japanese ultra-technologists and art collectives, and explore nature, science, culture and technology. #onlythejapanese
Lego Star Wars Day 2016 (Legoland Malaysia)
Dedicated Star Wars fans should take their family to Legoland Malaysia. The park is hosting Lego Star Wars Days activities for the month of May. If you beat the epic JB traffic, you get to view iconic movie scenes built entirely out of 1.5 million Lego bricks and which took 8,000 hours to construct. Other activities include putting together personalised Star Wars micro fighters and catching an imperial march by a Lego Darth Vader and Stormtroopers.
Stay at home
Actually, you know what’s the best thing to do? Stay home lah.!!
It’s 30 degrees outside, and every Singaporean (and non-Singaporean) mother father son and daughter will be out. So stay indoors, make yourself hipster iced tea in a mason jar and watch Korean dramas. We would say hug your family dog, but apparently, dogs don’t like to be hugged. Sigh.