SLR 2014. Lindy Hop. Teachers’ Introduction. Fredrik Dahlberg & Mimmi Gunnarsson. JB Mino & Tatiana Udry. Max Pitruzzella & Pamela Gaizutyte.
Singapore Lindy Revolution 2014 (14 – 16 Nov 2014) organised by a group of passionate Lindy Hoppers who had traveled much around the globe to dance and learn. They had benefited much from the workshops taught by world class teachers and brought that experience to fellow dancers at home and in the region.
Ronnie Chen and his crew dances to Justin Timberlake’s Cabaret at Singapore’s Marina Bay. Too sleek.
25 October 2014 at Tanjong Beach Sentosa Singapore.
Singapore is a rather small country. In fact, it is just a insignificant tiny red dot on the map. Despite this, Singapore has four major races living harmoniously in this tiny city-state, and is a well developed country.
Having just celebrated its 49th birthday, Singapore has come a long way and developed drastically. Tall skyscrapers, high-rise buildings, and everything modern can be found in this “Lion City”. Despite its modernity, Singapore has preserved its cultures and heartlands accordingly, resulting in a healthy blend of nostalgia and anticipation.
A Tiny Modernity is a personal timelapse project that Marklin Ang have worked on since March 2014.
The Sidetracked film crew have traveled to Singapore to meet up with the local traceurs/freerunners . Follow them (if you can) as they scamper through the city showing off their favorite spots to train. What appear to be ordinary urban environments become incredible jungle gyms when these guys start moving through them. Singapore is slowly becoming one of the most popular international hotspots for parkour and freerunning – after watching this you’ll understand why.
SUPERHERO ME is an arts and craft project reflecting the dreams of 15 graduating K2 preschoolers from Care Corner Child Development Centre (Leng Kee). These children, who mostly come from less privileged families, imagine themselves as heroes and are guided to create costumes for their graduation concert through a series of thought-provoking questions and craftwork.
It aims to replace the dull traditional mortar-board-and-scroll photo session that every Singaporean child experiences at the end of K2 and turn it into an uplifting finale as he or she progresses on to Primary One, the first year of a very long and challenging journey.
Vespa Club Singapore National Day Ride around Singapore.
Fleeing the heat and humidity of the equatorial zone, professional skateboarders TJ Rogers, Ryan Decenzo, Madars Apse and Barney Page meet local ripper Farris Rahman in his hometown of Singapore to take him on a journey through Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Chiang Mai – and away from the Equator!
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