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Our picks from this week’s travel headlines
Fresh from hosting City Time Traveller, a 12-part architectural travel series that recently aired on Channel NewsAsia, award-winning Singapore-based eco architect Jason Pomeroy shares with travel 3Sixty° the inspiration behind his love of design, his favourite project and what cities may look like in the future.
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan Images: Pomeroy Studio Pte Ltd
Having evolved to perfection over millions of years, the shark is now on the brink of extinction no thanks to indiscriminate harvesting of its fins. Despite its terrifying reputation, this creature is under serious threat and may be totally wiped out if the citizens of Earth do not stand up and say that they are “FINished with Fins!”
Words: Shark Savers Malaysia
This month, we chat with the cast of the Singaporean production of Women of Asia, a play that portrays the plight of Asian women through a series of stories combining dance, comedy and tragedy. Written and directed by acclaimed playwright Asa Gim Palomera, the play, which garnered rave reviews in Bangkok and Melbourne, opens in the city state with a stellar cast featuring Koh Chieng Mun (KCM), Nadia Abdul Rahman (NAR), Kimberly Chan (KC) and Nora Samosir (NS).
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan
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