Being arty-farty at the Singapore Biennale 2013

Started in 2006, the Singapore Biennale is a platform that allows local and international artists to showcase their creations to the public. This year, the event is organised by the Singapore Arts Museum which makes the event more interesting because most of the exhibits will be showcased in several national museums in Singapore. Personally, I haven’t visited many of the national museums even though I am based in Singapore. If the world changed This title for this year’s Singapore Biennale, “If The World Changed” invites artists to think about the world we live in today, and the world we want to live in the future. I’m not an artist or anything but here are some of the exhibits I really like. Singapore Biennale 2013 venues You can visit the following venues to check out the exhibits. Singapore Art Museum SAM at 8Q National Museum of Singapore Peranakan Museum Singapore Management University.
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Enjoying free wireless Internet access in Singapore

Singapore is not exactly the cheapest holiday location in Southeast Asia but staying in a developed country comes with its perks. One of the perks is not having to pay for wireless access. Developed by the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) of Singapore, Wireless@SG is a wireless broadband programme that aims to extend broadband Internet access beyond homes, schools and offices to public places. People on the move can enjoy free, both indoor and outdoor seamless wireless broadband access with speeds of up to 2 Mbps at public areas, allowing access to media-rich and interactive websites as well as use bandwidth-intensive applications such as video streaming. To make use of the free Wireless@SG service, you will need a registered Wireless@SG account. To register a Wireless@SG account, you will need a local mobile phone number (a prepaid SIM card would do). Here is a quick guide to get free Wi-Fi Internet access in Singapore. Find a.
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