March 25, 2007
Women with both beauty and brains, the desire of all men. Two lucky guys from the Youth.SG crew had the privilege of meeting 25 gorgeous women at the Miss Singapore Universe 2007 Semi Final and Media Conference held on the 24th of March at Oosh.
Recommended by alvinism: "The top 18 comes fresh out of the oven on the evening of 24 March at Oosh. Youth.SG is the first to get it out online."
March 17, 2007
Melvin Ryan Tan said:
Honouring its stance as one of Asia's most influential public fashion events showcasing the latest Spring/Summer 2007 and Fall/Winter 2007 collections, straught from the world's top shows in New York, Paris and Milan, Singapore Fashion Festival 2007 is proud to announce that international designer to the stars, Matthew Williamson, will be making his full scale fashion runway debut in Asia. Williamson joins an internationally-acclaimed list of designers showcasing their collections during the Festival, including Vivienne Tam, who will personally present her Fall/Winter collection hot off the international runway, direct from New York.
Recommended by alvinism: "The 10-day festival is running from 23 March to 1 April 2007. The event was launched in a press conference held at Sentosa Cove. "
March 03, 2007
Zi Ming said:
My wish for this year is to pass my english paper if not i will not able to graduate to poly or JC. i feel that this year is very stressful as most of the teachers had given mi a lot of homework to do and nd to do a lot of ten years series. Being a student in Singapore is very competitive. My parents always like mi to be top in the school but a lot of student in the school are very “ li hai” and smart so we cant get top. My parents also like to compare mi with the RI students and sae that I am dumb or stupid, but different student hav different capability and talent. So I think that my parent should not compare mi wif them.
Recommended by alvinism: "I was very touched by the honesty of this blog entry. The boy is trying his best to excel in our rigid education system for his parents' sake. Can actually identify with him and feel the pressure that's mounting on him to do well in school. "
February 26, 2007
Thanks to your continual support, we received a fair amount of entries for Round 4 as well… Once again, we are throwing it out for everyone to help us decide the winner. We will be presenting to you some of the best entries for you guys to vote on who best deserves the Nintendo DS Lite (as we really can't decide)!
Recommended by alvinism: "The blogging festival is being run by Youth.SG to promote youth bloggers in the blogosphere. It will be good to give eleven of these young ones some publicity to encourage them."
February 19, 2007
Melvin Ryan Tan said:
It's Chinese New Year again and this year is the year of the pig! So what does Chinese New Year mean to you? Youth.SG wanted to find out so badly that we ambushed ourselves on Orchard Road and asked random strangers about it. We're not satisfied with just interviewing our Chinese friends... We need to know what our friends from the other races feel about the Chinese New Year as well.
Recommended by alvinism: "Something happy for Chinese New Year to liven up the festive mood. Happy Chinese New Year everyone!~ "
January 06, 2007
To usher in the New Year, Youth.SG invites you to join “I am @ Youth.SG”, our very own blogging festival. All you need to do is write an entry about yourself and your interests based on the theme “I Am @ Youth.SG”. The best entries will be featured on Youth.SG and bloggers stand to win attractive prizes!
Recommended by alvinism: "Any initiative to promote blogging is good. Especially youths since they are the future leaders.
May 01, 2006
I was surfing around Yahoo! Answers when I saw this question "Do females find viginity in a man attractive?". Hm...do I know the answer? Nope as first, I am not a female, so I won't know how the female mind works. Second, not all females think the same way. This question was asked by a male.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "In today's modern world with influences from the West, it is interesting to know the different stands that each individual has on the issue of chastity. Quite an interesting topic in which the blogger has touched on. He even shares his own views after sharing the views of other people."
January 19, 2006
Esplanade Youths said:
A blogsite that's been born out of sheer enthusiasm for the arts. You'll find a space here for your personal experiences - to yak and jabber on and hear from other amer, funny Esplanade Youths members with opinions about everything remotely related to the arts and Esplanade.
Recommended by brennan: "To keep youths (like me) to be in touch with the arts, the premier
Durian Arts Centre of Singapore has just launched a blog to keep youths abreast of the latest happenings in the arts scene.
The design is kinda'
punkish Blogskin-like, la."
November 10, 2005
Singapore Angle said:
And they say our youths are apathetic. I say they have a sense of humor. Received in the mail today:
Hi: We're a bunch of 16 year old girls who started this white elephant t-shirt project in response to the Buangkok incident. We thought you guys might be interested. Attached is some information about what we're doing. Any support is greatly appreciated.
The girls are from class 415 of Raffles Girls School (Secondary) and they have already made it to Zaobao (click to enlarge).
August 05, 2005
*scape is 1.2 hectares of land next to Orchard Cineleisure and the Youth Park. The government is looking for ideas on how to develop it. And to sweeten the deal...
... MCYS will be giving 20 iPod Shuffles and other attractive prizes for the best 20 ideas.
Contest ends August 31. Open to youths aged 15 to 29 only.
July 19, 2005
Ken's Reflections said:
Five Foot Broadway is an incubation program for the creation of new Singapore musicals. These are developed to the level of a no-frills public performance. ... The general public’s response was overwhelmingly positive. Not only did we have full houses every night, but we received a heavy demand for tickets, and eventually had a waiting list of 150 members of the public who were unable to get tickets. Theater practitioners came and were enthusiastically impressed. Critical evaluation of the musicals was generally favorable. Two of the musicals were taken up for further development and staging.
A report on Five Foot Broadway, aimed at creating new and original Singapore musicals by matching playwrights and composers.
July 07, 2005
Little Speck said:
To an extent, it has distorted society. People often see money as a quick fix for all problems.
Take the case of nine-year-old Jeremy Tio, who was lost for three nights recently in Fraser's Hill with his three Malaysian cousins.
When he was found, he emotionally hugged his rescuer and said, "I love you."
But he revealed his Singaporean upbringing when he told his Malaysian rescuers, "If I give you money, can you take me home?"
Interesting article about how youths treat money these days.