Singapore (day 5)

10 July 2012

This was our last night on Singapore, also this day was our long-waited day: my brother’s commencement at NUS University Cultural Centre.

This day started late, we slowly cleaned ourselves and had breakfast in the hotel room: BreadTalk’s bread.

Around 10 am, we’ve arrived at ArtScience Museum, I and my sister entered the Harry Potter Exhibition and Andy Warhol Exhibition. First we got in to the Harry Potter’s one at B2 floor. A guide led us until the exhibition room; after that it was just a normal museum, they just exhibit the costumes, the properties, and the feelings in the film. We got out around 11 am; and directly went to 3rd floor to enter Andy Warhol’s. He was just an illustrator and artist. It exhibited his creations, such as paintings, products, belongings (some examples were boxes; called Time Capsule), art-making (e.g. “clouds” from helium ballon covered with silver), film, etc. Around 12 we went to the 4th floor to see some of the origin of the ArtScience Museum, which they explain why the museum combines art and science. We went straight to B2 floor to continue the Andy Warhol’s exhibition. There we were instructed to photograph our belongings; and made a glasses from paper.

We then went back to our parents, had lunch at Rasapura Masters, at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. I had char siew wanton noodle; and honeydew melon. Around 1 pm we went back to our hotel room. Around 2 pm, we rode taxi to NUS University Cultural Centre to attend the commencement of my brother. Around 3pm the commencement started until around 5; we took a lot of photos until around 6 pm. There we met his friends. We went to Clementi Mall’s Crystal Jade Kitchen to had dinner. Our dinner was baby kailan, fish, pork (pai kut), char siew,  and sio bak. For dessert, they gave me and my sister mango pudding, while the other got red bean soup. The mango pudding was very nice, it was combination of real mango, pudding, and some milk.

Finally my brother left us and we went back to our hotel by taxi after bought some “souvenirs” from Bee Cheng Hiang (Mei Cen Siang)

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