1 – 7 May 2017: Singapore

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CHAOS MEMO YELLOWING, directed by Chan Tze-Woon,
4 MAY, 7:30pm, National Museum of Singapore

In 2014, an umbrella movement took place in Hong Kong, where young people led the ups and downs of the movement, the occupation of streets by civilians, and the fight against democracy in the way of civil disobedience. “Where there is a discord, may we bring harmony; and where there is despair, may we bring hope.” With his camera, director Chan Tze-woon has recorded a reminder for 2014 When he was full of dreams and courage.

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5 May, Fri: 8:00pm, 6 May, Sat: 4:00pm, 8:00pm @ Centre 42 Black Box.
No Parking On Odd Days and The Coffin Is Too Big For The Hole are two of late theatre doyen Kuo Pao Kun’s most famous monologues. Both works have been staged in English and Mandarin numerous times since they were written in the mid-1980s. In Dialects & Dialectics, Nelson Chia – the artistic director of Nine Years Theatre – works with actors Hang Qian Chou and Tay Kong Hui to explore the cultural sentiments and grassroots sensibilities of these plays by staging them in Chinese dialects. Come catch this double-bill showcase. Performed in Cantonese and Teochew. Chinese and English surtitles are provided.Check it out
Admission: Give-what-you-can
Prelude- i'm a seed
Prelude: I’m a Seed Though a Different One From You, now – 31 May 2017, The Arts House
I’m a seed though a different one from you is an investigative visual project by Lavender Chang that pursues the possibilities of life and existence. Over a period of a year, Chang experimented with growing a variety of beans in diverse mediums and conditions such as carbonated drinks, Chinese ink, milk and blood – metaphors of the struggles and obstacles an individual faces in life. More information
Admission is free
Doujin market
Doujin Market 2017, 06 & 07 May 2017
Level 3 Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Center, 11am – 7pm
Doujin Market is a community event organized by Neo Tokyo Project. Neo Tokyo Project is Singapore’s first dedicated pop-culture marketing collective, the organizers of International Cosplay Day Singapore (ICDS) and Official Cosplay Partner for GameStart Asia.
If you are a fan of art, illustration and derivative content inspired by pop-culture, an artist or creator, or someone in the creative industries, this show is for you.
POP AYE a film by Kirsten Tan, 06 & 07 May, The Projector
On a chance encounter, a disenchanted architect bumps into his long-lost elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Excited, he takes his elephant on a redemptive journey across Thailand, in search of the farm where they grew up together.
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