WHIZ ISSUE 14: Meet Family Who Traded Their Home for Converted School Bus
A family of six traded their big 5,000-square-foot home to squeeze into a 250-square foot converted school bus.
Quick Tour of the Millennial Tiny House
A short sharp tour of the Millennial Tiny House designed and built by Build Tiny www.buildtiny.co.nz in New Zealand. Showcasing all the features including the space saving sliding stairs, the dedicated office loft stacked over the kitchen, the build in bed base, and large wardrobe.
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum 4K
Singapore Musical Box Museum
Housed in a pagoda adjacent to the temple complex is the Singapore Musical Box Museum. Inside, 40 or more mostly 19th century wooden musical boxes chime out the distinct melodies created by rotating spiked metal rolls hitting precisely-tuned teeth of a steel comb; or large, rotating perforated sheet metal disks using the same concept.
Day of the Dead 2020: The Traditions Behind Día de Los Muertos
Bizarre Bolivia: Human skulls offered coca leaves
Pandora was the first mortal woman, breathed into being by Hephaestus, god of fire. The gods gave her gifts of language, craftsmanship and emotion. From Zeus she received two gifts: the trait of curiosity and a heavy box screwed tightly shut — never to be opened. But what treasure could never be seen by human eyes, and why was it in her care? Iseult Gillespie explores the mystery of Pandora’s box.
Ryan’s Recycling | Kid Entrepreneur // 60 Second Docs
When Ryan Hickman was just 3 years old, he went with his father to recycle for the first time. After sorting his bottles and cans, he became obsessed with recycling, and how it can help save the environment, and decided to start his own business – Ryan’s Recycling Company. Now 7, Ryan has disposed of more than 200,000 bottles and cans and earned about $21,000. It’s all in a hard day’s work.
A video showing the way in which Cardboard is Recycled
Solar Eclipse 101
A total solar eclipse happens somewhere on Earth once every year or two. What is an eclipse? Learn more about how solar eclipses happen, the four types of eclipses, and how to view the sun safely if you’re within the path of totality.
Dragonboat Evolution – How did Dragon Boat Festival come about?
Do you know about the legend behind Dragon Boat Festival? Let us tell you more about this meaningful culture! Watch this video to find out!
Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games – Singapore Dragon Boating Hunks
Featured in Youth Olympic Games Network, dragon boating exhibits the spirit of teamwork and camaraderie among the team members. Singapore’s dragon boating team boasts a group of hot and fit studs, pushing through their limits in waters.
Singapore’s 5 MRT station names and its stories you might not know about
Have you ever wondered about the names of the MRT stations in Singapore? Who is Tan Kah Kee and why is there an MRT station named after him? Why is one-north named one-north? And is Farrer Park and Farrer Road MRT the same station?!
5-year-old Kid Takes The MRT Alone
While helicopter parenting may be resulting from Singapore families choosing to have fewer kids, mum Serena Ong and dad Kai Keong are challenging their 5-year-old son, Nathanael, to be more independent. He is tasked to take his dad’s laptop from their home in Simei to dad’s office in Marina One all by himself.
Learning how to make slime – also known as goo – is a great way to bond with your kids. Many of the supplies and ingredients needed to make slime are common household items.
Extraordinary People: The Seng Family
Mum is deaf. Dad lost a leg. Their son has cerebral palsy. Together, the Sengs are a never-say-die family like you’ve never met before.