Largest Singapore Map Made Of Paper Bricks

Students and staff of Catholic Junior College folded paper bricks with recycled paper. On the white bricks, they wrote words of hope for our nation to mark the 53rd National Day. The  2,240 bricks were assembled to form the map of Singapore,  on 8 Aug 2018, measuring  3.94m by 2.72m. Read More »

Largest Logo Made Of Lighted Plastic Bottles

For its Welcome Day, Nanyang Business School wanted to promote environment sustainability and at the same time, display the NBS logo impactfully. So it built a metal cage measuring 1.8m high, 1.8m wide and 5.4m long and packed 5,300 used plastic bottles inside it. The NBS letters were prominently displayed at an angle before the newly admitted students at the Nanyang Auditorium on 8 Aug 2018. Read More »

Largest National Flag Made Of Eggs

Radin Mas CC had its National Day Observance Ceremony at its newly constructed building at Telok Blangah Crescent on 9 Aug 2018. Probably to symbolise its new beginnings, the grassroot leaders used eggs to create the 6m-by-9.1m Singapore flag. The 20,396 eggs were covered in red and white plastic casings. Read More »

Largest National Day Dikir Barat

For many weeks students and staff of Bartley Secondary School practised singing and coordinating hand movements for a unique English rendition of dikir barat. Celebrating National Day on 8 Aug 2018, 813 participants presented their own version of the Malay tradition, incorporating the National Day song ‘We Will Get There’. Read More »

Largest Mass Lightstick Dance

West Coast Constituency’s National Day Dinner was held on 5 Aug 2018 at Nan Hua Primary School. Towards the end of the programme, everyone lit up 2 lightsticks for a mass dance. 1,850 people were counted to be dancing enthusiastically. Read More »

Largest National Flag Made Of Erasers

Youths from Jalan Besar and Ang Mo Kio GRCs assembled 11,817 pieces of red and white erasers to form the Singapore flag at One Raffles Place.  The exhibit opened on 6 Aug 2018. When the weeklong display ends, the erasers will be donated to various beneficiaries for underprivileged families. Boxes were positioned to invite the public to donate unwanted but usable stationery so that they could be distributed together. Read More »

Largest Portrait Mosaic

Flying Cape opened its The Yard campus with a National Day carnival on 4 Aug 2018. A portrait of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, made up of 2,500 black and white photos, was displayed at the site, which used to be Mr Lee’s primary school. It measured 2.38m by 3.12m. Read More »

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