A children’s book inspired by a real-life story of two male penguins raising a baby chick in New York’s zoo has been deemed inappropriate by state-run Singapore libraries, and the conservative city-state’s information minister said he supports the decision to destroy all copies alongside two other titles.
By Lito B. Zulueta
Edwin Wilwayco returns to Singapore through the exhibit “Recalibration,” which opens July 8 at Momentous Arts Gallery.
Singapore is mounting a drive in China to market itself as a standalone tourism destination, officials said Tuesday, after a drop in Chinese arrivals to neighboring countries affected the city-state.
By Cathy Yamsuan
We would not have been walking down Tanjong Pagar Road in the middle of the night, were it not for an expensive gift we accidentally left at Starbucks along Orchard Road in Singapore earlier that day.
The International Rice Research Institute will launch “The Rice Book for Kids” on June 1, 11:30 a.m., at the National Library of Singapore.