Largest Display Of Leaf-Printed Fabrics

Kampung Senang Charity & Education Foundation organises the yearly Green and Healthy Festival. At the festival in Our Tampines Hub on 20 Oct 2019, visitors were invited to make leaf prints by hammering fabric pieces over freshly cut leaves. A total of 218 pieces were completed and hung on a wooden tree structure. The objective was to encourage people to turn from animal to plant-based food sources to protect the ... Read More »

Largest Display Of Jasmines

60 ladies from Siglap South CC gathered on 20 Oct 2019 to make a kolam design in the hall of the CC. But instead of flour as done traditionally, they used jasmine flowers to form the intersecting lines. 200 clay lamps took the place of kolam dots to mark Singapore’s Bicentennial. The Deepavali artwork, led by Vijaya Mohan, measured 5.1m by 5.2m. Read More »

Largest Word Formation Made Of Rubber Bands

Fajar Secondary School set its 46th record on 22 Oct 2019 by displaying words made of bunches of colourful rubberbands, measuring 7.8m by 2m. It was also the school’s Publicity Day where Primary 6 students from nearby primary schools were invited for a half-day familiarisation tour of the school. They also took part in many fun yet engaging activities including rubber band crafts. Read More »

Longest Balloon Dragon Dance

Cheng Jing Hui Dragon & Lion Dance Association celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala dinner at the Arumugam Road temple grounds on 13 Oct 2019. As the occasion also marked Singapore’s Bicentennial, the group invited artist Lily Tan and her team to build a 200-feet (61m) balloon sculpture for its special dragon dance performance. Read More »

Most Number Of People Painting Plastic Bottle Flowers Together

Yuvabharathi International School, together with Vijayalakshmi Mohan, organised a Deepavali event at Gardens By The Bay on 14 Oct 2019. 341 people from the school, social services agencies and volunteers turned up to paint plastic ‘flowers’ cut from the bottoms of disposable water bottles. The flowers were later used to decorate some areas in the Gardens. Read More »

Most Number Of People Tossing Soccer Balls Together

The Bone Marrow Donor Programme needs lots of donors as the chance of finding a bone marrow match is very slim. To reach out to more people, it organised a football-themed ‘Match For Life’ at Our Tampines Hub on 12 Oct 2019. At the event, 200 participants were in pairs and tossed footballs to each other for 5 mins. The ball toss action represented how a donor passes on hope to a patient ... Read More »

Largest Mass CPR + AED Certification Workshop

In conjunction with World Restart A Heart Day and Survivor Awards, Singapore Heart Foundation organised a more stringent training course for CPR and AED on 12 Oct 2019 at Singapore Expo. This was the first time that a certification course was conducted using a Brayden manikin which provided testers with quantitative data of trainees’ performance according to the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) guidelines such as compression depth, compression ... Read More »

Largest Body Building And Sports Models Competition

152 well-toned men and women from Asian countries took part in the Mortal Battle – Multinational Pro/Amateur on 28 and 29 Sep 2019 at Festive Arts Theatre, Our Tampines Hub. This event was organised jointly by Fitness International Federation and Tampines West CSC. In previous years, the competition was organised by NABBA and WFF SG. Read More »

Largest Parade Of Dogs With Lighted Collars

For the fifth year, Nee Soon GRC organised its Pets Fiesta for residents in that area on 28 Sep 2019. Over 100 vendors exhibited their products and services at MPC@Khatib. A lighted dog collar was given out to those taking part in the heart-shaped formation. 95 dogs paraded with their new toys. Read More »

Longest Word Formation Made Of Used Pens

MINDS – Woodlands Gardens School serves the educational needs of children with moderate intellectual disability and autism in the northern part of Singapore. Artist Vijaya Mohan who had been collecting used pens, brought thousands of these pens and engaged the students to paste the pens on pre-cut cardboards. They formed the words ‘Happy Children’s Day 2019’ – measuring 4.5m by 2.3m – to commemorate the occasion on 3 Oct 2019. Members of Rotary ... Read More »