Every year, Singapore throws a massive bash to celebrate Chinese New Year. As the start of the new traditional Chinese calendar year is one of the most major events in Singapore, it’s no surprise that the city is painting the town red to usher in the Year of the Pig this 2019. The festive period runs from the last day of the final month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th day of the first month. This year, celebrations take place from February 5 to 19. Read on to find out the best Chinese New Year activities happening around town!Continue reading
You’ve seen it on the news time and again — too much screen time is bad for your kid. So you take the phones and tablets away from the kiddos. But then they start to cry or throw a tantrum.
The solution? Take them out to somewhere fun — somewhere fresh and exciting enough to pacify their hyperactive attention.Continue reading
In this month’s issue of Beyond the Classroom, we are proud to present to you, Marcus and his team from Young Nautilus. Marcus and his team believe that we should allow our children to go through experiential learning and be exposed to the outdoor experience to have a holistic learning journey.Continue reading
Flying Cape is honoured to be a part of Heartware Network’s “Appreciation Through Service” event held on 8th December 2018 at ITE College Central’s Tay Eng Soon Convention Centre. This carnival brought together sponsors, partnering organisations, volunteers and beneficiaries in support of the President’s Challenge 2018.Continue reading
The inaugural Young Trailblazers competition debuted in Singapore in 2018 and combines both Innovation and Entrepreneurship skills in order to ensure that innovations developed during this competition are marketable and useful in advancing the world beyond its current stateContinue reading