• Nan Hua High School created the Largest Display Of Calligraphy with 1,698 Chinese couplets on 21.1.12

  • Fengshan CC created a 130m longest balloon sculpture of a dragon to circle its premises on 10.11.12

  • A 38m dragon dance made of drink cans was made by the Bkt Panjang community in Feb 2012

Most Number Of People Doing Chalk Art Together

Every year, Bukit Panjang SMC celebrates the Indian Pongal Festival near the Pending LRT station. As it is Singapore’s Bicentennial year, the event on 20 Jan 2019 started with 200 people colouring pictures of pongal pots and sugar canes with chalk on the floor, somewhat resembling the Indian tradition of doing rangolis. Read More »

Largest Display Of Handpainted Cow Standees

In connection with Singapore’s Bicentennial, 200 wooden boards cut in the shape of cows were distributed to the RCs of Bukit Panjang constituency to be painted. The 200 ‘cows’ were then erected all over the district to publicise about the Pongal Festival, held on 20 Jan 2019. Read More »

Largest Mass Pongal Cooking

The IAEC of Keat Hong CC received overwhelming response when it invited the other races to cook pongal rice with the Indian residents. Provided with a portable gas stove, clay pot and cooking ingredients, 224 people enjoyed themselves commemorating the Indian harvest festival together at Keat Hong Square on 19 Jan 2019. Read More »

Fastest Moving Ping Pong Ball

In 2015, Singapore Polytechnic students built Singapore’s first supersonic ping pong ball bazooka which reached 428.6m per sec (Mach 1.25). A new batch of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering students using an improved suction pump and 3D-printed nozzle, achieved a speed of 833m per sec or Mach 2.43 on 7 Jan 2019. This is arguably Singapore’s fastest projectile without the use of combustion or pyrotechnics. The students are Teo Shao Zun, Bryan Chong ... Read More »

Largest Ruyi

Ancient Chinese drawings often show people in authority carrying a ruyi or a curved sceptre. During the Qing dynasty it was customary for the Emperor to present deserving generals and nobles with jade ruyis as a mark of favour. This last jadeite ruyi carved by renowned Wu Jin De of Zhengzhou was sold to Mdm Choi Ngo of Hong Kong in 1999 for an undisclosed sum. After her demise, it was moved to ... Read More »

Largest Silent Disco

To join Heartbeat@Bedok’s 2019 Countdown Party, one had to wear wireless headphones and groove along with the dance. With this gadget, the music sounded better and one was less inhibited to shake with the crowd. 707 people danced for over an hour before the climactic 2019 arrival moment. The free event was organised by the mall. Read More »

Largest Gathering Of Shetland Sheepdogs

93 Shetland Sheepdogs (also known as Shelties) gathered at Singapore Botanic Gardens with their owners on 6 Jan 2019. After the registrations, they took part in a 2-km walk in the gardens. The event was organised by the newly-formed Singapore Sheltie Lovers Club. Read More »

Largest Display Of Lighted Thermal Paper Cores

The Zone E RC, YEC and WEC of Jurong Spring helped residents to paint the plastic cores of thermal paper rolls into tiny lanterns. On 15 Dec 2018, 1,225 cores with LED lights inside them were displayed to brighten up the Christmas carnival held at Jurong West St 52. The cores were usually discarded but for this event they became showpieces of creativity. Read More »