A serial underwear thief was sentenced to nearly six months in jail Monday for breaching Singapore’s strict coronavirus lockdown to sneak into a backyard and steal women’s lingerie.
50 Best has just released its Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2020 List. The publication intends to give the bars and their respective teams’ recognition for their hard work. It also aims to give positivity to the bar industry as establishments begin to open following the pandemic.
Singapore’s otters, long adored by the city-state’s nature lovers, are popping up in unexpected places during the coronavirus lockdown but their antics have angered some and even sparked calls for a cull.
Want to get a taste of the ocean in the comfort of your own home? You can finally do it thanks to Umuki Whisky by Yoshino Spirits. The highly-anticipated drink will be available in North American and Asian markets in June.
A yellow robot dog called Spot which found fame online for dancing to hit song “Uptown Funk” has been deployed to patrol a Singapore park and ensure people observe social distancing.
Singapore has apologized to more than 350 people who contracted COVID-19 for accidentally sending them a text message saying they had tested positive again, the health ministry said.
“Wow, your shirt is really see-through. Are you wearing matching underwear?” the man says lewdly
One cute group is making the most of Singapore’s partial virus lockdown — penguins at the city-state’s zoo, who are being given the run of the empty complex and reveling in the chance to do some exploring.
A band of Singapore superheroes created to help in the coronavirus fight has been shelved after internet users criticized the campaign for being too light-hearted and for mocking Liverpool football club.
Hundreds of people have been arrested across Asia for posting purported false coronavirus information, according to an AFP investigation, deepening concerns that growing government efforts to combat “fake news” will target the wrong people and silence dissent.
Strobe lights flash across a near-empty dance floor, as a DJ live-streams thumping electronic music from a Singapore nightclub to revelers confined to their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The fusion of drinking liquors and augmented reality is not new. But for the first time, an app called DRNK AR is elevating this creative experience to improve sales of beer, wine, and spirit brands.
From lab-grown “seafood” to dumplings made with tropical fruit instead of pork, rising demand for sustainable meat alternatives in Asia is spawning creative products to appeal to local palates.
Electronic bracelets and phones that report your whereabouts, text messages if you stray too far from quarantine and digital detectives tracking where you’ve been — Asian countries have embraced innovative, if somewhat invasive, tech to counter the coronavirus pandemic.
When Singapore’s Yung Raja remixed “Gucci Gang” by US rapper Lil Pump, he swapped the original’s flashy cars and a prowling tiger for a beer can and Tamil food in a viral YouTube video that reeled in hip-hop label Def Jam.