Longest Dragon Sculpture Made of Compact Discs

Longest Dragon Sculpture Made of Compact Discs

Renowned artist of recycled materials, Akira Takahashi, collected thousands of unwanted CDs to make a dragon sculpture to usher in the Year of the Dragon on 11 Feb 2012. The dragon measures 7.3m long. It was sponsored and displayed at the premises of Henry Gas Pte Ltd in Bukit Batok. Read More »

Largest Bead Mosaic

Largest Bead Mosaic

Marsiling IAEC celebrated the Tamil Pongal Festival on 29 Jan 2012. Over 200 volunteers from Republic Polytechnic and nine other schools in the district gathered at Si Ling Secondary School to beat the world record for making a rangoli using 3.5 tons of beads in six colours. The beads were made from recomposed wheat husks. The overall artwork, ... Read More »

Longest Display of Chinese New Year Cards

Longest String Of Chinese New Year Cards

Lunar New Year on 28 Jan 2012 in the open space outside East Point Mall. On display were 1,328 cards with wishes written by the residents. They were strung to form a chain 200.8m long connected to a dragon head on the stage. Read More »

Tallest Hamper

Tallest Hamper

A group of students from Fairfield Methodist Secondary School called on some companies to donate food products for the needy living in Telok Blangah. The items were packed into boxes, and prior to distributing them to the families on 20 Jan 2012, they might as well challenge the current hamper record. It measures 1.4m by 1.9m and reaches ... Read More »

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 »