The first-ever YG Family Concert in Singapore, YG Family 2014 GALAXY Tour: POWER in Singapore, is happening in Singapore on 13 and 14 September 2014 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
To reward customers, Samsung has organised pre-concert and on-site activities that will allow Samsung customers and fans to get up close and personal with the YG artistes. Fans can visit the Samsung GALAXY Studio Power Station at Singapore Indoor Stadium from 11am on concert days to receive exclusive YG Family memorabilia, while experiencing first-hand the features of the latest Samsung products.
Singapore is the only Southeast Asia stop where the YG family will be touring. Headlined by some of the hottest names in the K-pop industry: BIGBANG, PSY, 2NE1, Epik High, and YG Entertainment’s highly anticipated new boy band, WINNER. Fans can expect solo and group performances as well as collaboration across the YG artiste groups at the concert, which has been hyped up to be the biggest and most powerful Hallyu performance platform of 2014.
Here are some shots from the YG Family 2014 GALAXY Tour: POWER in Singapore press conference.
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Canon recently commemorated the 80th anniversary of the birth of Japan’s first 35mm focal-plane-shutter camera, dubbed the Kwanon, which was produced in prototype form in 1934.
The engineers who created the camera decided to name it after Kwannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy, hoping the deity would share her benevolence as they pursued their dream to produce the world’s finest camera. The camera’s lens, called Kasyapa—after Mahakasyapa, a disciple of Buddha—also took its name from Buddhism. Additionally, the top portion of the camera body featured an engraving depicting the thousand-armed Kwannon.
In 1936, two years after the birth of the Kwanon and following much trial and error, Canon launched the Hansa Canon, its first commercial 35mm focal-plane-shutter camera, thus embarking on the Company’s history as a camera manufacturer.
The second series of promotional Shell LEGO sets is here. The Shell V-Power LEGO Collection includes four iconic Ferrari cars, a special limited edition Shell Tanker, a finish line podium and a Shell Station modelled after the one at Fiorano Race Track at the Ferrari Factory in Maranello, Italy.
From 29 August to 20 November 2014, customers will be able to purchase these sets at Shell petrol stations with every $60 purchase of Shell V-Power, Shell FuelSave fuel or Shell Diesel. Each set (except the Shell Tanker) cost $5.95 with Shell V-Power or $8.95 with Shell FuelSave 98, 95 or Shell Diesel. The limited edition Shell Tanker cost $10.95 with minimum S$60 spend on Shell V-Power fuel.
New models will be released every two weeks. Maximum 2 pieces of LEGO model per transaction. While stocks last.
Check out the new gameplay movie for Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth.
Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth is now available for pre-purchase on Steam Store and will be available on 24 October 2014. Pre-purchase now and receive the Exoplanets Map Pack for free.
Time to start clearing your late October schedules.
Noise Singapore 2014 Festival Exhibition is happening now at ION Orchard. The Festival Exhibition is the second event for Noise Singapore 2014 and showcases works of art from 150 young artists submitted through the Open Categories this year. The platform is available for anyone under the age of 35, and submitted works are rated by judges on the Noise Expert Panel for a chance to be showcased at the Noise Singapore Festival Exhibition.
Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Mr Lawrence Wong opens the Festival Exhibition last Saturday with an impromptu acoustic guitar performance. The exhibition will be open from 10am – 9pm daily, from now until 14th September 2014 at ION Orchard.
The Music Mentorship (TMM) will be having a concert at Esplanade Outdoor Theatre and Concourse on the second weekend of September. TMM is a developmental programme for budding young musicians who are looking to take the next step on their music journey. 18 music acts ranging from bands to singer-songwriters were selected from over 150 applications this year.