FairPrice Group offers discounts on fresh and frozen food, daily essentials and personal and household products.
This year’s theme is “Art Connects” with a focus on human connections and the importance of connecting deeply with our emotions and people around us.
This year, the event is bringing back its signature Blindfold Walk.
There will be over 250 activities across five holistic pillars of wellness for festival-goers.
SUSS nurtures innovations and collaborates with the World Health Organization.
Tsao Foundation hosts forum on the future of longevity to kick off its 30th anniversary celebrations.
Singapore Art Museum’s public art initiative brings artistic interventions into everyday spaces with a series of newly commissioned artworks and programmes.
This year’s theme surrounds Singapore’s sporting and public transportation history.
The room has tech and rehab equipment including an airbag vest that protects against a fall that clients and the public can look at.
The Museum of Ice Cream is set to launch Singapore’s first ever official guidebook for desserts.
Dates or snacks and beverages will be given across 60 FairPrice stores, from March to April.
Two participants of the #SilverArts’ programme shared their past stories and learnings from their participation.
There are over 50 class types and over 180 sessions conducted weekly.
A survey found that baby boomers feel that it is less sincere to show virtual care than it is to receive.
Digital buddies to be deployed at 15 outlets to help with the transition.