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Largest Mass Pharrell’s Happy dance

ERA Realty Network held its quarterly awards and telematch at Yio Chu Kang Stadium on 3 Aug 2015. It was also a celebration of ERA’s 33rd year of founding and Singapore’s 50th year of independence. 448 staff and agents danced to Pharrell Williams ‘Happy’ song which topped the music charts in USA and several countries.   Read More »

Largest Logo Made Of Balloons

Potong Pasir CC volunteers built a SG50 logo that was placed on the stage for its National Day dinner on 7 Aug 2015 as well as the 9 Aug Observance Ceremony. At the events, it became a popular spot for the residents to take photos. Conceptualised by Pang Lizhi, about a dozen others helped to tie the balloons ... Read More »

Tallest Ice Kachang

Chefs from Hotel Jen Orchardgateway managed to build a 3.1m tall ice kachang in the open-air area at level 10 on 5 Aug 2015. The event was the hotel’s way to celebrate Singapore’s Golden Jubilee and at the same time to raise funds for Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore. Led by the hotel’s chef de cuisine, Lee Hoong Wan, ... Read More »

Largest Lego National Flag

Yuhua constituency residents and schools presented the Singapore flag made of Lego bricks as a gift to the nation. It represented how our forefathers had built the nation brick by brick. The 1.8m x 3.1m  flag was unveiled at the Singapore Science Centre on 9 Aug 2015 and would remain there for some time. Read More »

Largest Display Of Origami Balls

Students of North View Primary School had fun folding and blowing into the origami balls. About 7,000 of these balls were later arranged to form a colour graphic of the school logo and motto. The display, measuring 6m by 8m, was unveiled on 6 Aug 2015 prior to the school’s National Day celebration. Read More »

Longest Lego Bridge

More than 600,000 Lego sets were given to students and teachers in commemoration of Singapore’s Golden Jubilee. Each set features models of Cavenagh Bridge, Changi Airport and Gardens by the Bay. Sembawang Secondary School used this opportunity to inculcate teamwork by having all the students to make the bridge and bring them to the hall on 30 Jul 2015. There the ... Read More »

Longest Duilian

Block 1002 of Toa Payoh Industrial Park displayed Singapore’s longest duilian in celebration of SG50. Duilian is a Chinese poetic couplet where the two lines have corresponding characters having related meanings. The 17m pair of banners was set up by the Toa Payoh Industrial Park Manufacturers & Traders Association and launched on 5 Aug 2015. Read More »