{Giveaway} Glowtape Productions’ The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey| 14 – 30 JULY 2017

Glowtape Productions presents The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey from 14 – 30 July at the Drama Centre Theatre.

The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey is a spectacular musical adaptation that transforms Meng Jiang Nü’s tale into a soaring musical odyssey. Raw emotions are laid bare in a dazzling display of vocal showmanship as the characters come to life in a beautiful contemporary setting detailed with traditional design influences.


Captivating and profoundly moving, this production weaves a gripping tale of love and courage against an epic backdrop of imperial China. In the face of insurmountable odds, a young everywoman does not yield to her fate. What unfolds is a passionate display of a woman’s resolve as she stands alone against the ultimate symbol of unbridled hubris and power.


Join the phenomenal Na-Young Jeon’s Singapore debut, multi-talented George Chan and homegrown singing sensation Nathan Hartono as they team up this July for The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey.


No wall too tall.
No journey too long.
The legend of Meng Jiang Nü.

Behind the imposing façade of The Great Wall lies one of the most enduring legends in Chinese folklore – the story of Meng Jiang Nü, whose tears brought down the Great Wall.

This original musical with brand new script by acclaimed Singaporean playwright Jean Tay, who won best original script for Everything But The Brain and authored Boom, both literature texts in schools, is led by an international team of artists – featuring composer David Shrubsole (National Gallery Singapore’s Opening Festival, London Road) from the UK, helmed by Australian director Darren Yap (Man of Letters, Miss Saigon, Mamma Mia!), and starring talents from the West End – Dutch-Korean actress Na-Young Jeon (Les Misérables, Miss Saigon) and Monique Wilson (Miss Saigon, The King & I), along with George Chan (Chicago, December Rains) and homegrown singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono, fresh from his stint on Sing! China.

The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey is a musical not to be missed! We can’t wait attend this amazing new musical in July. Book your tickets early at SISTIC and get the best seats before it is a Sold Out performance!


WIN a Pair of Tickets worth $144!  

We’ve got great news for our loyal followers and fans of Nathan Hartono!

Glowtape Productions has kindly sponsored a pair of Cat 3 tickets worth more than for the 16 July, Sunday 3pm performance! Do follow ALL the instructions below to take part for your chance to win! 

To take part and qualify, please make sure all the following steps are completed:

1) COMMENT on this blog post stating your Facebook Name and Email address.

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Terms and Conditions:

  • Giveaway ends 30 June, Friday at 2359 hrs.
  • Collection will be at the Drama Centre Theatre, Level 3, 45 minutes before show time. Do note that children younger than 8 years old will not be admitted.
  • Winner will need to produce their IC to claim their tickets.
  • Prize is fixed and cannot be changed to a different day or time.
  • Tickets are non-transferable, non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
  • The Winner will be notified by the email provided under the blog comments and must reply within 48 hours, failing which, a new winner will be drawn, without notice.
  • This giveaway is open to Singapore residents only.
  • The Sponsor reserves the right to request for a redraw if the drawn winner on our blog has also won tickets to the show from another giveaway.
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About The Great Wall: One Woman’s Journey


When  : 14 – 30 JULY 2017 | Tue – Sat 8pm |Sat & Sun 3pm

* Please note that the role of Meng Jiang Nü will be played by Ethel Yap for performances on 16 Jul 3pm, 19 Jul 8pm and 26 Jul 8pm.

Where: Drama Centre Theatre (Map)

Duration: Approximately 2 hours 30 minutes  (15 minutes interval)

Who : No admission for infants in arms and person below 8 years old.

Ticket Pricing :  Check SISTIC for discounts applicable.

14 & 15 JULY $68 – $98
FRI 8PM, SAT 3PM & 8PM $68 – $98, $128 (VIP)
TUE – THU 8PM, SUN 3PM $58 – $88

(Ticket prices excludes $4 SISTIC Booking Fee)

Tickets available through: Get Your Tickets Now
SISTIC Website
SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

{Review} The Magnificent Fan Yang Bubble Legendary Show 2015

Fan Yang Bubble Show 2015

Fan Yang, 19th time Guinness Book of Record winner, has finally returned to Singapore for a magnificent performance at Resorts World Theatre, Sentosa.  We left the theatre awestruck by the shear brilliance of Fan Yang’s performance.  There are ONLY TWO MORE SHOWS left tomorrow, that is (Sun) 29th Nov ’15.  Don’t, don’t ever, ever miss it if you are not overseas this weekend.  It is definitely the perfect family entertainment for the school holidays.

Fan Yang Bubble Show 2015

Today, myself and definitely Audrey as well, were kids again.  I found myself mesmerized and repeatedly OooOOOo and AhhHhHHh while my kids could simply watched with mouth agape.  Yes, their eyes were locked on the charming performer and totally ignored me.  Others would think that they are more cool than me!  However, at that point of time, I didn’t find myself an embarassment while fantasizing over the dreamy bubbles.  I simply allowed myself to totally enjoy the fun.

Fan Yang, the Bubble Legendary, kickstarted the show with a few waves of giant bubble curtains.  It looks something like this except that he was doing it alone without the audience on stage.  He sent waves after waves of curtains in very fast motion, much to our delight!

While my kids and I have watched many bubble shows at mini perfomances at parties or family-related events, none of them could match the feel and adrenaline rush from the live performance coupled with multi-colour laser display and energetic music.  Fan Yang awed us with act after act of bubbles of various sizes, and a lot of them contains dry ice smoke within as well.  He was really great at transforming the bubbles into artistic pieces that reflected carefully-curated dazzle of light display within the bubbles.  It is a pity that we were not allowed to take photographs or videos during his performance.

The first act had us showered by the bubble-blowing machines throwing out a gazillion of them into the air.

If you haven’t known already, Fan Yang is a world renowned bubble scientist, artist, and performer.  Over the past two decades, Fan has explored the fascinating unknown world of soap bubbles, combining art with science.  He has transformed a simple bubble into a beautiful piece of art, bringing bubble media into a new artistic dimension for the masses. Fan’s ingenious creations and dedication to the pursuit of his dream has brought to life an utterly unique form of entertainment. He emerged as Master of the Soap Bubbles and earned international acclaim in Germany, being voted “Artist of the Year” and is currently a 19-time Guinness Book of World Record holder, most recently having put an 8,800 lb elephant in a bubble.

You know what Jiejie told me during intermission?  She doesn’t want to be a doctor anymore.  She wants to be a bubble show performer when she grows up.  I guess that will take away the need to study hard for major exams, the first being her PSLE in 3 years’ time??  Hahhaha!

Fan Yang Bubble Show 2015

We were treated to more visual delights during the second half of the show.  The Legend of The Silver Sea was another highlight of the performance with amazing 3D laser light display, a masterpiece of its kind combining bubbles and ultimate laser technology with the world’s first Silver, Gold and 3D lasers.  Here’s a video from 2013 show where you will be able to see some snippets of the same light display.  This time round, Deni Yang, Fan Yang’s son, did not perform.

Today, we were indeed blessed to catch him live on stage.  Fan Yang gave many chances for audience engagement and our kids were one of the lucky ones. Wey was one stage with another little girl to be inside a giant bubble.


There was also a couple who celebrated their love story on stage.  Didi took part in the giant curtain display.  Never had I seen him volunteering with such enthusiasm in order to be part of a performance!

Fan Yang Legendary Bubble Show 2015

Jiejie got missed out when she tried to volunteer herself because she tripped over my bag and someone stepped on her little pinky while getting onto stage.  Seeing my little princess so upset, I decided to pay for a giant bubble photo-taking experience after the show so that she could have some fun too.  For $15/photo, it was really worth it in my opinion.  I got her smiles and we had so many shot attempts because the photographer gave his best in every photo he took.  For the first time in a paid attraction photo, we never felt the rush to go off after 2 shots.  Never before was an NG so pleasing to us.  Whahhhahha!  I wouldn’t mind if he NG forever  >.<

Fan Yang Bubble Show 2015

Fan’s spectacular shows have been featured in Canada, USA, Singapore and over worldwide TV broadcast with his appearances on “Late Night with David Letterman”, “LIVE! with Regis and Kelly”, “The View”, “CBS Sunday Morning”, “Today in NY”, CW11, CNN, Cirque du Soleil “Soltrom”, TNN, Disney-MGM, NHK-TV in Japan, RAI-TV in Italy, Canale 5, Television Chile Guinness Prime Time, FOX TV, CCTV in Beijing, TCS in Singapore, The Learning Channel, London Weekend Television, CCTV in Canada BC, and much more.

Fan Yang really lives up to his name as the Bubble Legendary.  We hope that he will be back again in the not so long future.  His performance is suitable for 2 to 102 years old.  But I guess everybody in house will feel as though they were all under 12!  We saw many delightful faces from the grandfathers and grandmas in the crowd.  I believe they have enjoyed the show as much as we did!  We also hope that our giveaway winner and her family has enjoyed it as well.

Fan Yang Bubble Show 2015

We just had to share one last video – the madness in the house during the ceremonial closing scene.  Yes, we stepped into a world of bubbles!

Ticketing Details

When: 28 to 29 Nov 2015 | Sat & Sun: 10.30am, 1.30pm, 5pm

Where: Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Who: 4 years and above and their families  (*No admission for infants in arms and children below 4 years old)

Duration: approx. 90 minutes with 15 minutes intermission

Tickets available through:
SISTIC Website | SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555 | SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

Performing to a house-ful of audience today, one will know why Fan Yang is back by popular demand and still remains well loved by little ones and their families this holiday.  So don’t wait too long to get tickets to Fan Yang Bubble Legendary Show 2015, book your tickets now!

Thanks to our sponsors, we were extended tickets to the performance for purposes of this review.  All photos unless otherwise stated are copyright of SAys! Happy Mums.  Thank you for joining us on SAys! Happy Mums.  If you liked what you read on our blog, please follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.  We hope to see you back again soon.

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{Review} I Theatre’s Jewel in the Tale|An Asian Folk Tale Galore

Jewels In The Tale I Theatre

Our trio were all too excited to get back into the theatre today to enjoy I Theatre’s newest production, Jewels in the Tale, which is showing at the newly renovated Alliance Française Theatre, from 17 – 30 August 2015.

I Theatre Jewels in the Tale

22 Aug 2015 – The happy trio at Jewels in the Tale, Alliance Francaise Theatre

Wey asked me, “Mama, what’s Jewels in the Tale? What kind of story is it?” I must admit, I didn’t really know what to expect except that it was going to be a collection of Asian stories and it should be enjoyable.

I Theatre Jewels in the Tale

Do you remember enjoying Asian Folklores when you were younger? I remember loving to read those Asian stories when I was younger, some were wild and nonsensical, while some had good morals behind the tales. Well, be ready to be immersed into Asian Heritage and Culture with a collection of specially selected Asian Folklores at Jewels in the Tale, as the I Theatre team tell them on stage.

I Theatre Jewels in the Tale

Having researched into more than 200 stories, these stories were chosen because they were entertaining, funny and touching but most importantly because each story had to have a jewel! Yes, a jewel – “gems of truth, moral gems of wisdom to pass them on to your children… from generation to generation.” And that’s why the production is called Jewels in the Tale!

With the clever use of puppets, masks, buckets and shawls and even brooms, a total of 8 stories are told.

  • Mat Jenin And the Coconuts ~ Malaysia
  • The Hermit and Two Worms ~ Philippines
  • The Crane’s Gratitude ~ Japan
  • Si Kabayan ~ Indonesia
  • Half a Loaf (Banjjoji) ~ Korea
  • The Princess Who Liked Cats ~ Singapore
  • Tenali Raman and the Three Thieves ~ South India
  • The Four Dragons ~China

As with all I Theatre productions, laughter comes a lot during the act. Little Wey laughed alot as the actors brought out the funny points of the simple stories, and I especially enjoyed the pronounced change in accents of the actors as they told stories from Malaya, Philippines, Japan, Korea and China!

My personal favourites were definitely Half a Loaf (Banjjoji), Tenali Raman and the Three Thieves, The Four Dragons.

Tenali Raman and the Three Thieves

This funny story about the three thieves got the little ones giggling a lot. The three thieves didn’t speak much other than making gibberish sounds but they sounded really comical – almost like the Minions. Yet even without any real dialogue, they managed to bring across what was happening. I suspect the lack of dialogue simplified the story a lot more for the little ones to be captivated. Wey was so amused to see how the three thieves tried so hard to get the bag of “ching ching ching” (treasure) from Tenali Raman only to toss it back into his hands unwittingly! LOL!

I Theatre Jewels in the Tale

OHHH see the bag of Ching Ching Ching?? LOL How do they snatch it from Tenali Raman?

The Four Dragons

Although there was markedly less audience participation in this production, we got our thrill finally in the last story The Four Dragons – a touching tale of how the four Dragons braved angering the Jade Emperor in order to bring relieve to the suffering people during a season of drought.

I Theatre Jewels in the Tale

The Dragons at Rehearsal. Gotta love those cool masks! Source : I Theatre Facebook Page

I wouldn’t spoil the fun but get ready to have some splashing good fun! LOL! It was definitely Wey’s favourite story as he squealed with delight when we got wet! hahaa! It was also nice to learn about how the four great rivers of China came about 🙂

Overall, the stories were fun but a little fast paced and would be better appreciated by children, 5 years or older. However, I think Wey came away from the theatre today, enriched with a taste of Asian stories and I am quite sure he will be asking me to look for more of such stories to read at home! So next stop, the library it is! LOL!

You have only one more weekend to catch The Jewels in the Tale before I Theatre takes the production to Korea for The Grand Opening Festival of the National Arts Culture Centre for Children 2015! So get your tickets now at SISTIC, good seats still available! More ticketing details after the post below.

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SAys! Audrey

Note : We were extended tickets to the show for the purposes of this review.  All opinions expressed remain our own. Photographs unless otherwise stated are copyright of I Theatre.

About I Theatre’s Jewels in the Tale


When: 17 to 30 August 2015

Where: Alliance Française Theatre, Singapore

Who: 4 years and above and their families

Duration: 50 minutes with no interval

Tickets available through:
SISTIC Website

SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348 5555
SISTIC Authorised Agents islandwide

Intertidal Walk at Sisters’ Islands Marine Park

Last Sunday, we followed the good guides from National Parks Board (NParks) on a walk at the intertidal zone along the beaches of Sisters’ Islands, specifically the big and small man-made lagoon of Big Sister Island.

What is Intertidal Zone?  What is so special about it?

Intertidal Zone on the beach is the area that is exposed during low tide and submerged during high tide.  Guided tours by NParks on Sisters’ Islands are conducted on days when tides recede to 0.4 metres and below for at least two hours when the intertidal flats are revealed.  Also for safe public walks, it has to be carried out during daylight hours too.  Anything out of this range would prove guided discovery tour very difficult as most of the area will be submerged under water, making walking difficult.  Although there are daily tides, and every month there will be a lowest/highest tide,not every lowest tide of the month will be suitable for a fulfilling guided discovery walk.

Why are there so few tours?!!  

To answer that, pls do everyone a favour by reading at this page hosted by Wild Singapore to understand more about tides.  I’ve the volunteers explaining too many times but nobody bothers to REGISTER the explanation in their head.  In layman’s term, chartering a boat to go there as private group is not a problem.  If the low tide is not low enough, all you can do is to have a picnic and enjoy the sunset only.  What’s the point in not listening to advice then?  Just go Sentosa!

Where is Sisters’ Island and why is it named such?

Before we proceed, let us explore some background information of the Sisters’ Islands :-

[Info from Wikipedia] The Sisters’ Islands are two of the Southern Islands in Singapore and are located to the south of the main island, off the Straits of Singapore.  Big Sister’s Island, about 39,000 square metres (9.6 acres) in area and also known as Pulau Subar Laut in Malay, faces the open sea, while Little Sister’s Island, about 17,000 m2 (4.2 acres) in area and also known as Pulau Subar Darat in Malay, faces the mainland. The two islands are separated by a narrow channel. Currents through this channel can be very dangerous to swimmers and divers.

Map of Sisters' Islands Marine Park (Photo by NParks)

Map of Sisters’ Islands Marine Park (Photo by NParks)


Map of Sisters’ Islands

Legend tells of a poor widow who had two pretty daughters, Minah and Linah, who were very close to each other. After their mother died, the sisters left the village to live with a distant uncle.

One unfortunate day, Linah met a group of pirates while she was fetching water from a well near the sea. Frightened, she ran home while the pirate chief gave chase. At the uncle’s home, the pirate brandished a dagger and made known his wish to marry Linah. That night, the two sisters wept bitterly in each other’s arms. When dawn broke, the pirate chief and 16 of his men came to take Linah away. Clinging to each other, they were torn apart by the pirates and Linah was forced to leave with the pirates. Just then, the sky turned dark and a storm broke out. Desperate, Minah swam after the boat but drowned. On seeing this, Linah freed herself from her captors and jumped into the sea to join Minah.

The storm subsided but nowhere can the sisters be found. The next day, the villagers were shocked to see two islands at the spot where the two sisters had drowned.

The two tranquil islands, called Pulau Subar Laut and Pulau Subar Darat, was henceforth known as the Sisters’ Islands. It was said that every year on that very day when the sisters turned into islands, there will always be storm and rain. [Info from Wikipedia]

The Legend of Sisters’ Island (Animated video commissioned by National Heritage Board)

The Day

To prepare ourselves for the tour, we ordered new rainboots for the kids since they are outgrowing their current pair.  Do take note that no exposed footwear will be allowed during the walk due to safety reasons.


New rainboots for the kids and booties for myself

I also packed raincoat, windbreaker and water bottle.  Despite trying to be as lightweight as possible, i find my backpack very heavy after 1.5-2hrs walk on the intertidal zone.  So do pack as light as you can, and if possible, have another adult carry one more backpack.

On the day of the tour, it stormed 2hrs before scheduled departure at 430pm.  Nevertheless we proceeded to Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal as planned while keeping an optimistic outlook on the weather and refusing to give up the hard-earned opportunity so easily. (Read : Getting a slot here is more difficult than P1 registration.)  We met up with the group and registered our attendance with Collin (NParks rep) next to the BUZZ KIOSK.  After a short briefing by Ria, our guide, we proceeded to board the ferry that NParks chartered specially for this tour.


Collin, our very nice and helpful NParks rep


Chartered airconditioned ferry courtesy of NParks


Leaving Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal


View of Singapore mainland on route to Sisters’ Islands

In less than 45 min, we reached the jetty of the Big Sister’s Island.  We were then split into groups of 10 with each group having at least 2 volunteer nature guides to lead the respective groups.


Jetty at Big Sister’s Island


View of Small Sister’s Island from jetty at the big one


Can you spot the turbulent water in the channel?


Storm clouds approaching towards us. Again, can you spot the turbulent water in the channel?

At the jetty area, we saw a group of long-tail macques scavenging for food from the rubbish bins or food packaging carelessly thrown by picnic campers.  And we were told not to feed the monkeys for they will learn to associate human beings with food.  We were also told to try to walk in groups, especially kids so as not to be approached by any daring monkeys.


Long-tailed macques foraging for food from the rubbish bins


This is Ria, our very experienced local nature guide volunteer. K took an instant liking to her.

When all was ready, we proceeded our walk inland towards the other side of the island at the big lagoon area.


Walking towards the big lagoon

There are 2 man-made lagoons which we explored in batches according to our groups. Mass-walk is prevented in order to minimize accidental damage by the public.


One group moved off ahead of us. That spot is where the giant clam and brain coral lays.

We started our walk on the intertidal zone very soon after.  We discovered lots that day.  Poor Ria also had to entertain the 3 exciting kids attached to her group as each discovers yet another coral, teeny tiny hermit crab, fish and shrimp.


Here we are at the home of the giant clam, soft corals and brain coral

Big fat 5-spotted shrimp (see the tail) hosted by anemone

Mating pair of starfish (male is smaller and on top, hanging on tightly to the female at the bottom)


Mating pair of starfish (male is smaller and on top, hanging on tightly to the female at the bottom)

Underside of a starfish. See the tube feet.

Watch how the above starfish flipped itself over from upside down position.

Sensorial experience with the starfish in the outdoor environment


Sensorial experience with the starfish in the outdoor environment


Moon Snail half buried in sand


A kind of anemone

My most exciting find must be the nudibranch. Diver friends who know me well would have known how obsessed I am with the 1001 different species of the beautiful nudibranches found all over the world.  To date, I still am  🙂


Soft yellowish nudibranch with black-lined skirting

We stumbled upon a dead flower crab.  Later we found out that it’s actually the abandoned shell of it’s owner which has just molted.  And we also learned that crabs belong to the animal family called Arthropods.  They don’t have skeletal bones and their body is supported by a shell outside their bodies.  Soft-shell crabs are also not any species of crabs, but those that are newly molted because of the need to shed the older shell in replacement of the growth of a new and larger one.

Later on I read that the chilli crabs that we eat are sometimes “not fresh”.  The meat is watery, the meat “shrank” (old wives’ tale on crabs caught under full moon), or the meat is jelly-like.  All these are not true but are actually crabs that have just molted not long ago.  Freshly molted crabs will normally hide under rocks or sand to protect themselves.  But sometime later they will have a foracious appetite for the need of growth.  That’s when they come out to feed and risk getting caught for our dinner tables.


An abandoned shell left behind by it’s owner which has molted

An abandoned shell left behind by it’s owner which has molted

An abandoned shell left behind by it's owner which has molted

When i read news on the availability of FREE guided intertidal walk hosted by NParks, i already set our minds that we must successfully register for a slot in this very hot & popular event.  It will be a nice & privileged outdoor learning experience for the kids.  It is indeed an eye-opener for the kids and my mum, and all who don’t do diving as a sport.  As for myself, i wished that I am once again a carefree diver exploring the reef and sandbed with my hubby.  Everybody left the marine park tired and hungry (must be after looking at all the seafood) but very happy.  Thanks to NPark and WIldlife Singapore for this experience!

I saw that for December tours, NParks has changed to a first-come-first-served email booking system, by which one applicant can register for a max of 2 pax.  Successful applicants will be notified by email.  The tour dates for December are already full, by the way!  Interested applicants should join and monitor the Facebook group “Sisters’ Islands Marine Park” for updates on trip dates for 2015.  Do note that due to the limitation of appropriate low tide condition and the availability of volunteer guides, it is not possible for weekly trip.  Hence, slots literally fly off the screen as you send in your application.  Just keep your fingers crossed that you will be able to get a confirmation email from NParks thereafter!  🙂

That's my K enjoying some thrashing around in the water

That’s my K enjoying some thrashing around in the water

Group photo (23 Nov 2014 : 430pm), courtesy of Ria from Wild Singapore

[Update 22 DEC ’14]Ready for the next round of registration??? New slot for February will be opening soon. FASTEST FINGERS FIRST!!!

Registration will only open at 10am on 1 January 2015 (Thursday).

Registrations are to be submitted via email to marinepark@nparks.gov.sg.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. You can register for only ONE additional person in your registration.

Please include the following details in your registration:

Contact number:
Date of guided tour you are signing up for: 21 Feb 2015 @ 430-700pm
Name of additional participant:

Please note the following important points:

Only successful applicants will be notified. Only applications submitted from 10am on 1 January 2015 with complete details will be considered. Should more than two names be submitted in a single registration, only the first two names will be considered for registration. General enquiries about Sisters’ Island Marine Park should be emailed to Kwan Siong at koh_kwan_siong@nparks.gov.sg. [End of Update]