The Art Of The Brick

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Horray~ I am here at Art Science Museum again, hmm so what's my plan today?

Please watch this short animated film before you start reading this post:

The Art of the Brick exhibition, it was one of CNN's Top 10 Global Must See Exhibitions.

After watching the short animated film I gain more knowledge about Lego, a month before the exhibition has started I received a MBS Newsletter stating that Art Science Museum will have a Lego exhibits. You know I love to visit museum to see the exhibits, at that moment I was so excited to go and take a look at the exhibits and today I finally got the time to go there together with Maoqi.

There are 8 area for you to explore Nathan Sawaya creation.



At The Artist Studio kids can build their own lego art using their own creativity


An interactive application at The Portrait Gallery using ipad to create a mosaic portrait of yourself 

On our way to The Emotion Box...

Dinosaur Skeleton
Made using 80020 bricks

Art Science Museum

They also have a retail shop where you can purchase t-shirts, books, keychain, etc.

Tried out two of the Art of Play activity corner:

Reflexology path
Everyone will enjoy this new take on reflexology where visitors can walk over bricks of different shapes and sizes.

Play and build area
Visitors can sit down and build to their hearts content. Bricks of different colours and sized will be provided.

My incomplete workpiece

Maoqi's boat

After the exhibitions we went Bugis+ for dinner

Chargrill Salmon Fillet + Mash Potato + Mac & Cheese

Kiwi Strawberry Snapple

Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018956
6688 8868
10am - 10pm (Last admissinon at 9pm)

Warning: The Art of the Brick exhibition contains strobe lighting and smoke effects.
For more information visit

Wishing you a Merry Christmas!


Wednesday, December 19, 2012
I am so obsessed with horoscope lately, most of the time I will read about other people horoscope just to understand their personality better. When I went to read up on myself "Sagittarius" I found out that my birthstone is Turquoise. Just nice I need a new body jewellery and have no idea what to buy so I thought why not get something related to me. I order a belly ring from US 2 week ago and receive it today, kind of love it as this is my first time wearing a gemstone.

This is a real turquoise belly button ring. Turquoise is a known as the purification stone. It protects against outside influences or pollutants in the atmosphere; Turquoise gemstones are worn to dispel negative energy.

There are many other healing properties of Turquoise, I hope after wearing it I will have good luck and good health ^^


2012 National Chinese Music Competition (Prize Winner's Concert)

Sunday, December 9, 2012

The National Chinese Music Competition was first held in 1998, after a restructuring of the former National Music Competition which was organised under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture in the 1980s.

In its 8th edition, the National Chinese Music Competition is a platform that celebrates excellence in Chinese Music, This biennial music competition aims to develop the performing skills of young musicians, improve music standards and identify promising new talents. It also provides opportunities for the young musician to perform on a competitive platform, before an international jury.

Chevy and I attend the Prize Winners Concert and Prize Presentation Ceremony today

 It was held at Singapore Conference Hall

While waiting for the programme to be started...

After 11 days of competition competing among 389 musicians ranging from 8 to 28 years old, the result is out.

Now I shall reveal the 1st prize winner

Image credits: National Arts Council
Len Ming Hui
1st Prize, Dizi Open Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Chew Jun Ru
1st Prize, Erhu Open Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Chia Wei Jian
 1st Prize, Zhongruan Open Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Jing Ying Chamber Orchestra
1st Prize, Combined Instrumental Ensemble Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Chen Xinyu
1st Prize, Piapa Junior Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Lee Wen Di
1st Prize, Souna Youth Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Koh Cheng Jin
1st Prize, Yangqin Youth Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
Nicholas Quek Wei Sheng
1st Prize, Guzheng Youth Category

Image credits: National Arts Council
SOTA Chinese Percussion Ensemble
1st Prize, Percussion Ensemble Category

The Adjudicators

Junior Category
1st prize to 3rd prize Winner

Youth Category
1st prize to 3rd prize Winner

Open Category
1st prize to 3rd prize Winner

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