Get ready for the biggest Consumer Electronic Exhibition yet. With up to 90% savings on IT gadgets and accessories, it’s a fair you definitely don’t want to miss. Expect a wide variety of electronics, from mobile phones to digital cameras to even E-mobility devices, to be available from brands like Apple, Challenger and Harvey Norman, as well as new product launches from the likes of Samsung, Lenovo and ASUS. You can also check out the various trade-in deals and the instant lucky dip, where you’ll be able to win up to $500,000 worth of prizes and vouchers.
Kick-start your June holidays with a time of family fun at the launch of Totally Tropical Trip at Paragon Junior. You can expect a myriad of fun activities and sweet treats; from instant photo taking and glitter tattoos to popcorn and candyfloss to indulge in. Don’t miss out on the activity map, designed to ignite the adventurous spirit in your kids by getting them to search for answers as they navigate their way through level 5. Map holders will also be entitled to exclusive offers from participating tenants so be sure to check it out!
The longest running book fair in Singapore is back! With the theme ‘In Books. We Live.’, the 32nd edition of the Singapore Book Fair will showcase a diverse genre of books that will allow people to discover (or rediscover) the joys of reading in life. Apart from the sale of books, visitors may also find products at the creative merchandise zone or try their hand at the different lifestyle workshops available.
Date: 30 May – 5 June
Time: 11am – 10pm
Where: Hall 401 – 401, Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre
Carefully curated by indie cinema The Projector in partnership with The Embassy of Mexico in Singapore, the Mexican Film Festival proudly presents the work of some of Mexico’s most refreshing cinematic voices, prominent figures and auteurs. With a range of genres, from thrill to comedy, there’s bound to be something for everyone.
Gain a fresh perspective of Singapore’s Chinese Culture through the eyes of 19 artists from a myriad of disciplines. Themed “Creativity in Pulses’, the works will showcase a balance of traditional and new interpretations of Chinese values, culture, traditions and history. You can expect a diverse line-up of works, from installations to films to illustrations, from the likes of filmmaker Kirsten Tan, Supermama founder Edwin Loh and more.
Date: 20 May – 30 September
Time: 10am – 8pm
Where: Level 2, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Gallery