Largest Mass Roly Poly Dance

The new Punggol 21 Community Club at Punggol Field Road was officially opened by the Prime Minister on 10 May 2015. Before his arrival, 210 residents performed the Roly Poly dance, made famous by the South Korean girl group T-ara. The dance was led by ITE College East students. Read More »

Largest Display Of Handmade Plush Toys

Nila is the mascot for the 28th SEA Games. For 6 months, almost 13,000 people were involved in making 4,739 of the Nila plush toys. To be given to over 1,300 medallists from 36 sports, each of these toys was personalised by members of the public at shopping malls and schools. They stuffed, sewn and drew on the ... Read More »

Highest Earning Economics Tutor

Anthony Fok was a former MOE school teacher teaching at several schools before leaving to pursue his PhD in Education. In 2012, he started as a tuition centre and became a full-time Economics tutor to JC students. He teaches an average of 200 students a year. For the year ended in 2014, his income was over S$800,000. ... Read More »

Largest Floor Display Of Photos

Shoppers at Clarke Quay Central from 29 Apr to 3 May 2015 could get their photos taken and displayed on the walkways of the shopping mall, as part of the smilesingapore arts project. A total of 5,154 photos were taken, making a display of 996.9 sqm. Fuji Xerox was the sponsor of the photos and APE handled the ... Read More »

Largest Logo Made Of Straw Hearts

Yuhua Secondary School celebrated its 30th anniversary and the official opening of the new school buildings on 30 Apr 2015. To mark the occasion, the students put together about 50,000 hearts made from straws to form a design at the back of the school hall. The 2.7m by 7.8m logo entitled ‘The Yuhua Heartbeat’ also incorporated ‘SG50’ and ... Read More »