Singapore may pride itself on being regional HQ for some 19 international TV companies, but has this emphasis on TV proved detrimental -- or developmental -- to the country's fledgling film industry?
While outsiders may scoff at the city-state's ban on chewing gum, first-time visitors can't help but marvel at (and even envy) the cleanliness of Singapore's streets. And the government makes no…
The recently renovated Cathay Building, Singapore's first skyscraper back in 1939, is something of a local landmark; its parent Cathay Organization is something of a local institution.
Universal Studios is planning to open its largest theme park in Asia at Resorts World at Sentosa, Singapore's second casino/leisure complex.
China's Zhang Jiarui's helming and producing debut, "The Road," received film honors Wednesday at the Asian Festival of First Films Awards, held at Raffles Hotel's Jubilee Hall here.
At the Asian TV Awards 2006 held Thursday, Seoul Broadcasting System nabbed kudos as terrestrial channel of the year, with Korean Broadcasting System as runner-up and Munhwa Broadcasting Corp highly…
The anchor events of the Asian Media Festival, held Nov. 28-Dec. 1 at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, have shown steady growth on last year, according to organizers.
Born in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia in 1950, Exhibitor of the Year Choo Meileen's heritage says much about the person she is today.
Sigourney Weaver and Kate Bosworth starrer "The Girl in the Park" is one of the first two films to be partially bankrolled by Singapore's new $50 million loan guarantee facility.
Telecoms and pay TV group StarHub has won the exclusive TV rights in Singapore to three years of English Premier League soccer, running from 2007 through 2009.