Largest Display Of Calligraphy

Largest Display Of Calligraphy

Nan Hua High School is renowned for its emphasis on Chinese calligraphy. So what better way to celebrate Chinese New Year than to break a record is this art? 1,698 staff and students wrote their wishes on red calligraphy paper in the classrooms and displayed them collectively in the parade square on 20 Jan 2012. Read More »

Most Number Of People Making Orange Handicrafts Together

Most Number Of People Making Orange Handicrafts Together

It was not just a Chinese New Year celebration for Rivervale Primary School. It was also an event for every student and staff to learn how to make oranges from plastic netted stockings. 1,318 participants started their CNY ‘bai nian’ with their own hand-made creations at the school hall on 20 Jan 2012. Read More »

Most Number Of People Eating Oranges Together

To celebrate Chinese New Year, ITE College West attempted the record for the most number of people peeling and eating oranges at the same time. 2,455 people, including elderly residents living in Bukit Batok, gathered in the huge college hall to achieve that on 17 Jan 2012. Read More »

Largest Dragon Dance Head

Largest Dragon Dance Head

To mark 2012 Lunar New Year celebration at Chinatown, which is a dragon year, Nam Sieng Dragon and Lion Dance Activity Centre commissioned the largest dragon head used in a dragon dance. The head measures 1.5m high, 1.2m wide and 2.0m long. The entire dragon is 43m long. The Chinatown celebration is organised by Kreta Ayer – Kim Seng CCC. Read More »

Largest Mind Reading Feat

Largest Mind Reading Feat

Singapore magic duo JC Sum and Magic Babe Ning read the minds of 100 volunteers in 60 minutes on 7 Jan 2012 at Sinema Old School. The volunteers, garnered from Facebook, participated in picking words from books, stories from newspapers, creating a composite picture and the duo successfully detected them. As the volunteers streamed into the hall, the duo were blindfolded and ear-plugged for an hour and half before the ... Read More »

Largest Christmas Tree Made Of TV Screens

Largest Christmas Tree Made Of TV Screens

Heineken used 2,000 manhours, 500m of cables and 48 TV screens (40-inch) to create a Christmas Tree that reflects the pervasive use of social media in Singapore. Conceptualised by local designer, Edwin Cheong, and its advertising agency, the tree measures 11m high and 5.5m wide, and stands in the middle of Clarke Quay from 17 Dec to 26 Dec 2011. Called a Social Christmas Tree, the public can choose a ... Read More »