Largest Mass Mamma Mia Workout

Mamma Mia! the smash hit musical from ABBA is performing here from 3 Nov to 18 Nov 2018. On the eve of the opening, 245 people came together for an exhilarating workout choreographed to songs from the musical. The workout was organised by Base Entertainment Asia, the presenter of the show. Team Axis conducted the workout at MBS Event Plaza. Read More »

Largest Word Formation Made Of Lighted Plastic Bottles.

Woodgrove CC organised its first Halloween event at the Woodgrove Avenue open field on 31 Oct 2018. Hundreds turned up with scary faces and unusual costumes. Below the stage was the word ‘Woodgrove’ constructed out of discarded drink bottles and fitted with LED lights. The word display measured 8.2m by 0.7m. Read More »

Largest Mass Otago Exercise

Hip fracture incidence rates in Singapore have risen rapidly in the last few decades, particularly in women, and are now among the highest in Asia. At the Bone Health Carnival on 28 Oct 2018 at Our Tampines Hub, Amgen Singapore organised an Otago exercise session for 320 mostly senior participants. Otago is a set of leg muscle strengthening and balance retraining exercises designed to prevent falls. Read More »

Largest Art Display Made Of Coconuts

The coconut is believed to be an auspicious fruit in Indian culture and is used in many religious rituals. Nee Soon East CC celebrated Deepavali on 27 Oct 2018 with 11m by 10m of the open space taken up by a display of coconut husks. The event was held at the Nee Soon East Courtyard. Read More »

Largest Logo Made Of Paper Fortune Cookies

Founded in 1928, Serangoon Secondary School has reached its 90th anniversary. On 24 Oct 2018, students took 1928 secs to fold about 12,000 round papers into the shape of fortune cookies. Each ‘cookie’ contained a strip of paper written with well-wishes. The paper cookies were arranged to form the school’s anniversary logo which measured 14m by 6.3m. Read More »

Largest Collage Made Of Clothes Pegs

Fajar Secondary School held its Publicity Day on 19 Oct 2018 where primary 6 students from neighbouring schools were invited to know the school better. The students clipped colourful clothes pegs onto mesh display panels to complete a beautiful collage which measured 4.8m by 1.6 m. The collage was made up of 10,240 clothes pegs. Read More »

Largest Electronic Waste Collage

Jurongville and Hong Kah Secondary Schools marked their merger on 25 Oct 2018. To commemorate the day, Jurongville Secondary School broke the record set by Hong Kah Secondary in 2016.  Students salvaged parts of used computers, calculators and other electronic appliances to fix them on a board featuring the merged school’s new Applied Learning Programme mascot, which measured 2.2m by 2.4m. Read More »

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