Largest Domino Toppling Of Books, Tetra Pak Drinks & Biscuit Boxes

Fajar Secondary School celebrated Teachers’ Day by setting 3 domino toppling records. On 2 Sep 2021, 675 library books, 800 Marigold drinks,and 660 boxes of Ritz biscuits were toppled, all in their first runs for the day. Of course, practice runs were conducted several times beforehand to perfect these records. All 3 domino set-ups incorporated the heart sign to express ...
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Largest Island Hopping Kayaking Expedition

A group of people went on a kayaking challenge to raise funds for the Children Cancer Foundation. The journey covered a distance of 150 km with about 30 hours of paddling from 27 to 30 Aug 2021, stopping or rowing passed 28 islands around Singapore. Shirley Marcialina Lim initiated the feat and SeaOps sponsored the kayaks and training. Review by ...
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Youngest To Recall More Than 200 Digits Of Tau

Niyah Mahapatra is 6 years and 3 months and goes to Nexus International School. On 28 Aug 2021, at Trehaus @ Funan, she recited 202 digits of Tau from memory. Like Pi, Tau has an infinite string of never-repeating digits, and is often used as a test of memory. Niyah has memory training at The Umonics Method.
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Largest National Flag Made Of Plastic Bottles

Residents of Jurong Spring Zone B RC had collected plastic bottles for a previous event and for National Day this time, 3,774 of them were handpainted and reused to make a Singapore flag. Measuring 7.3m by 4.9m, the huge flag was displayed at Block 456 Jurong West St 41 on 28 Aug 2021.
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Largest National Flag Made Of Paper Cranes

While students of GIG International School were on home-based learning they were asked to fold origami cranes from used paper. Back in school, the cranes were collected and pasted on a board to make a 2.4m-by-4.4m Singapore flag on 24 Aug 2021, marking the nation’s 56th National Day.
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Largest Crayon Art

To commemorate National Day, Sudarmozhi Muthaliyappan designed a picture to underscore multiracialism in Singapore. Together with her 2 children, they coloured the 3.4m by 2.4m artwork with crayons to achieve a record. It was certified on 21 Aug 2021 and later displayed at Tampines Changkat CC.
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