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Largest Montage Of Cloth Masks

Anglican High School got its students, staff and alumni to write their memories and well wishes on used face masks. They were then pinned onto a 5m-by-5m cloth. It was a symbol of turning a challenging time into something beautiful. On 13 Mar 2021, the montage was completed and streamed live on Youtube for its 65th anniversary celebration. Read More »

Largest Quiz-Based Jigsaw Puzzle

One class after another from the Secondary 4s of Tanjong Katong Secondary School went about a scavenger hunt looking for small jigsaw pieces. The clues for the hunt were related to the history of the school. Later the small pieces were exchange for similar larger pieces in the school hall where they inserted them into a 65-piece 1.2m-by-3.6m ... Read More »

Largest Zumba Workout Relay In God-Of-Fortune Headwear

Our Tampines Hub and Tampines West CSC organised one of the most fancily dressed workouts seen in Singapore. All were given a ‘God-of-Fortune’ headwear and many even came in ancient Chinese costumes. In the 5 sessions lasting 7 hours, a total of 188 people took part in the mall on 21 Feb 2021. Read More »

Most Digits Of Phi Memorised

Sharina Kaur Shah, mother of 2 young kids, took part in her first memory record challenge. Within 30 minutes, she recalled 1,119 digits of Phi in the correct order at Singapore Polo Club on 7 Feb 2021. Also known as the Golden Ratio, Phi is an irrational number with unlimited digits. Read More »

Largest Online Lohei Yusheng

For the first time in Singapore, 188 people were connected on the Zoom virtual platform to toss yusheng together. Organised by Punggol West CC, participating residents had to collect lohei boxes from the CC 1-2 hours earlier and appear before their home cameras for the simultaneously tossing on 6 Feb 2021. Following that CNY ritual, online participants were ... Read More »

Largest Display Of Scratch Art

To expose Singaporeans to the Tamils’ Pongal festival, Vijayalakshmi Mohan conducted art workshops with a number of elderly groups and kindergartens using scratch boards. The boards were covered in black paint and on scratching, a very colourful base layer was revealed. 1,010 pieces of the completed artwork were displayed at Tekka Place on 30 Jan 2010. The event ... Read More »