Tags : Singapore

Bring pictures of your ancestors back to life with this

Gone are the days when you would look at old photos of your ancestors in those big black-paged albums with expressions bordering boredom. Now at a tap of your touchpad you can see those pictures come to life! The online genealogy website MyHeritage has unveiled its latest AI tool, ‘Deep Nostalgia’ (seemingly an offshoot of […]...Read More

Free annual membership for readers in Sharjah Public Library during

‘Everyone’s Library’ initiative will offer free basic membership for one year for those registering in March, either online or in person. SHARJAH, 4th March 2021 – The Sharjah Public Library (SPL), an affiliate of the Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), has announced free annual membership during the current month in celebration of the UAE’s Reading Month. […]...Read More

Cosmic fireball lights up the sky in UK

On Sunday night, a large swath of meteors gleamed in the British sky, making the lucky ones happy. Doorbell cameras across the UK captured very bright meteors called fireballs The meteor was spotted shortly before 10 o’clock in the evening on 28th February 2021, and the meteor was visible for about 7 seconds. It was […]...Read More

Bawk did you say?: ‘Green’ chicken to soon hit Singapore

Lab-grown chicken will soon be available in restaurants in Singapore after the country became the first to green-light meat created without slaughtering any animals. US start-up Eat Just said Wednesday that its meat had been approved for sale in the city-state as an ingredient in chicken nuggets. The news marks a “breakthrough for the global […]...Read More

Singapore ‘kampongs’ draws nostalgic, urban crowds, local tourism thrives with

Hidden between the skyscrapers of Singapore’s urban jungle sits Kampong Lorong Buangkok – the only surviving traditional village in this modern city-state of 5.7 million people. Made up of 26 single-story wooden houses, which were once ubiquitous across Singapore, the “kampong”, the Malay word for village, has seen a boom in local visitors after borders […]...Read More