Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Bee Project

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At The Bee Café, the tables are rigged with hidden microphones. An unsuspecting audience watch as fellow patrons surreptitiously emerge from amongst them as characters in a whodunit, forming a series of unpredictable, compelling and well-crafted scenes.

The Bee Project explores the art of voyeurism within the public space. The fourth wall disappears as the audience is thrust into the thick of the action, where anything could happen at any moment… or table. 

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Sundown Festival 2012

Date: Saturday, 1 December 2012
Time: From 5.30pm
Venue: F1 Pit Area, Marina Promenade

Ticketing Information
Mosh pit (cat 1 & 2) - $158
Stage front (cat 3) - $118
Tier seats (cat 4) - $118
Walkabout tickets (cat 5) - $88

Tickets (all free-standing) are available at SISTIC only. Log on to to book or call ticketing hotline: (65) 6348 5555. For more information on Sundown Festival, check out or contact

The Sundown Festival is an annual event that celebrates Asian music and culture, with the aims of not only showing the best and most vibrant of Asian entertainment but also to unite and bridge the cultural diversity of Asia. Each year a new Asian country will be added to the list of performers, creating a snowball effect to the festival in order to generate hype, anticipation and captivate audience. 

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Friday, November 16, 2012

The Big Break on Asian Food Channel

In this exciting AFC Original Production produced in partnership with Resorts World™ Sentosa, 12 underprivileged youths from six different countries in Asia are offered an opportunity to transform their lives by learning invaluable skills needed in the kitchen. The final winner will be offered a one-year scholarship at the prestigious At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy in Singapore.

Join Indonesian celebrity chef, Farah Quinn and Executive Chef from Resorts World Sentosa, Alan Orreal as they go on a search to Mongolia, South Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore. Watch them travel the distance as they visit local charity organisations to find worthy young culinary candidates who exemplify drive, commitment and passion that are needed to excel in the kitchen. It is not easy searching for one shining star, but the result is well worth the effort.

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