Singaporeans love cats, no doubt about that. The cat café craze originated in Japan, and it didn’t take too long before Singapore started seeing similar concept cafés sprouting up around the island. If your idea of a purrfect afternoon is coffees, cakes and some furry friends, these are a few fe

At a Glance: Kalaa Utsavam 2020

Themed “Tree of Life”, the 19th edition of Kalaa Utsavam – Indian Festival of Arts throws the spotlight on the local Indian arts that has shaped Singapore’s cultural and arts scene in more ways than one.

Art belongs to both the creator and the audience: NAC Paul Tan

In an @work interview with Connected to India, Tan shares about NAC’s relentless hard work in creating a vibrant arts scene in Singapore, the power of art in creating threads of understanding among individuals, communities, as well as between Singapore and the world.

Taking Ramayana on a Chinese opera odyssey: Dr Chua Soo Pong

Spotlight interview with Dr Chua Soo Pong, doyen of Chinese opera in Singapore, who received international acclaim for his adaptation of Ramayana to various types of Chinese opera, as well as multi-cultural versions of the Hindu epic.

Singapore’s HuM theatre rides on Zee TV’s reach, enters 9.6 million homes

In Singapore’s first, a local theatre company HuM Entertainment has partnered with India’s General Entertainment Channel (GEC) Zee TV to take four of its productions to audiences across 17 countries.

“Shekhar is a very positive thinker”: Atul Temurnikar waxes eloquent about Shekhar Ravjiani the Guru

Speaking to Connected to India, Atul Temurnikar, Co-Founder & Chairman of GIIS, shares how the idea for the GIIS-Shekhar Ravjiani School of Music came about.

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