Welcome to TheBearProject!
We are a local gay community group where size matters. Our events aim to create a friendly environment where bears, cubs, “G-men” and other stocky and big-sized men – as well as the guys who love them – can hang out, exchange ideas and ming

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The Bible contains six admonishments to homosexuals and 362 admonishments to heterosexuals. That doesn't mean that God doesn't love heterosexuals. It's just that they need more supervision.
~Lynn Lavner

Sunday, November 15, 2009

(Closed) Movie Event of the Year! 19 Dec '09, Saturday, 7pm

Movie has been selected to be Quinceañera
Latest: Please kindly take note... time has been updated! Looking forward to seeing you guys! Also a few last minute no show, so currently we have 2 more spaces, anyone who are interested, do write to us!

Hi all beautiful people of TBP!
To celebrate the end of 2009 as well as christmas, we are planning the movie event of the year!

We've booked a whole theatre to ourselves, able to accomodate 68 people! There will be a sumptious dinner before the movie at their swanky preview lounge where everybody can mingle... also before the movie, we have a delightful surprise from all of the program managers of TBP to all who have supported us throughout the year. It is something not to be missed! :)

Check out the trailer here
19 December 2009
7pm - 9pm for dinner (registration starts at 6.45pm)
9pm - 11pm for movie
Orchard Cathay Cineleisure & their Preview Lounge
Cost : $30

We hope that you guys will join us for this special year end event which we are trying for the first time. As the space is limited, do sign up as soon as possible so that we can all celebrate the end of 2009 in style!

66 people have signed up!!


  • Universek
  • Vitalauto
  • Balenciaga
  • Martinn
  • Otto
  • Han
  • Vic Owt
  • Allnamesused + friend
  • EdwardHHH
  • SungYaoZong
  • ChunHao
  • Kahwai
  • Asimov22
  • Rookcub
  • GarryM + friend
  • Made2Move
  • Brick
  • Betterman
  • TVfan82
  • Relicz
  • KitSg
  • Cub4U33
  • Tanuki
  • Hanzi
  • RayofFlight
  • IssacJH
  • Axiancub
  • Timmie_sg
  • Rayman
  • AmranM
  • Ngarte
  • DLCH
  • Kyutogary82
  • Arcobaleno
  • Ke Jie
  • Sagitarios + friend
  • Rubedo
  • J^Chub + friend
  • Thwl
  • AlanBay
  • Getafix21
  • Hawk + friend
  • Icad
  • Chong
  • AlfredY
  • Typo35
  • Zachius + friend
  • Dodo
  • RichieL
  • AlanLau + friend
  • Zerogravity
  • Tuck
  • IqmalM + friend
  • BrianT
  • LonelyPlanet

Monday, November 9, 2009

(Closed) To the Zoo! To the Zoo!!! - 22nd Nov 09, Sunday

A note from Ngarte (Project manager for November):

I am sure it has been a while since you last went to the zoo so here's a good chance for all the animal loving bears to gather and have fun. We can proceed to have lunch at KFC and ice-cream at Ben and Jerrys! Flavour of the month is "Chubby Hubby"!

Date: 22nd Nov, Sunday
Meeting Venue: Singapore Zoo's entrance
Time: 9am - 2pm
Ticket Price: $18

A good opportunity to come down on a Sunday to relax and enjoy our very own local zoo with our fellow bears & friends, and at the same time why not re-educate ourselves? RSVP closes on the 20th Nov, Friday 5pm.

Here are some interesting facts about our zoo:

Opened in:
27 June 1973

Officiated by:
Dr Goh Keng Swee

Total Land Area:
28 hectares

Initial Capital:
$9 million (Government grant)

Design Concept:
Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo’s world famous ‘open concept’ offers the opportunity to experience and be inspired by the wonders of nature. Animals here live in spacious and landscaped environments simulating that of their natural habitat.

Singapore Zoo is taking this further by evolving into an Open, Learning Zoo. Instead of just observing the animals, educational content designed in an interactive mode is a feature of all exhibits. These interpretives aim to effectively convey facts about the animals and messages about wildlife conservation.

Number of animal species:
315, 16% of which are threatened species

Total number of specimens:

(Closed) Astro Boy, 14th Nov Saturday

Dear fellow movie buffs, please take note that the time of the movie has been changed to 7:05pm instead! & remember to be punctual!!!

The Project manager for November is Ngarte! For a start, here's a movie outing on the 14th Nov to boot! Note from Ngarte:

A thrilling tale of a true hero, Astro Boy is an all-new, feature film full of action, adventure, humor and heart. It will be brought to life on the big screen in breathtaking CGI animation on October 23rd, 2009. Set in futuristic Metro City, Astro Boy is about a young robot with incredible powers created by a brilliant scientist named Tenma (Nicolas Cage). Powered by positive blue energy, Astro Boy (Freddie Highmore) is endowed with super strength, x-ray vision, unbelievable speed and the ability to fly. Embarking on a journey in search of acceptance, Astro Boy encounters many other colorful characters along the way. Through his adventures, he learns the joys and emotions of being human, and gains the strength to embrace his destiny. Ultimately learning his friends and family are in danger, Astro Boy marshals his awesome super powers and returns to Metro City in a valiant effort to save everything he cares about and to understand what it takes to be a hero.

Date: 14th Nov, Saturday
Meeting Venue: GV Plaza, Ticketing box office
Time: 7.05pm
Ticket Price: $10

RSVP will close on the 12th Nov Midnight! So please RSVP early if you don't want to miss it!

The Astroboys (& girls):
  • Ngarte
  • Hanzi
  • Saon6
  • Zachius
  • Hawk
  • Richie
  • Divineseeker + friend
  • Lightage
  • Balenciaga
  • Alanlau
  • SunnySun
  • Martinn
  • Bracer Jack
  • Zerogravity
  • KitSg

Monday, October 12, 2009

(Closed) TBP's 1st ArchiTours, presented by ArchiFest 2009, 25 October 09, Sunday, 5-9 pm

UPDATES: Please note the details of meeting time & location, don't be late!!!

Date: Sunday, 25 October 2009
Meeting time: 4:45pm (Tour starts at 5pm sharp)
Meeting location: NLB Plaza
Tickets cost: $35 per head

Singapore has some fantastic architectural spaces and every year Architours are conducted to give us a more in depth introduction to what's new and cool in our city. ArchiTours are a celebration and exploration of the city’s best buildings, streets, and spaces. TheBearProject would like to invite you to our new icons of consumption :p ... an architour of iconic designs for surprising and delighting consumers to encourage them to spend! Here's a blurb from the website at: http://www.archifest.sg/index.php/humanity/event/architours_hype_hunt/tour

"The cross into the new millennium saw a huge increase in the popularity of iconic design, as well as a wider recognition of the value of creativity in both economic and human terms. For architects, the embrace of creativity in the city is about more than producing architectural icons. It is also about designing for surprise and delight – creating architecture that brings nourishment to its occupants while also perhaps setting and reflecting trends. In this tour we seek out some places and spaces of retreat, entertainment, and recreation that have delighted their occupants. Though these are manifestations of a society of consumption, they also give something back to the people of the city." - excerpt from ArchiFest 2009 website

Seats are going fast, so I will close this event by 18th October 5pm so please sign up fast for those who are interested. Thanks!

- Tanuki

The Journey-men:

  • Tanuki
  • Cub4u33
  • Rookcub
  • Asimov_22
  • Universek
  • Vitalauto
  • Han
  • Otto
  • 夏風
  • Sentry C
  • Made2Move
  • Better
Total: 12 pax

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

(Closed) A Weekend Visit To The National Museum, 10th October Saturday

Here's a note from Tanuki, PM for the month of October:

"There are several things we can do at the museum. There's the permanent exhibition at the history museum which is an hour-long audio-visual walk of Singapore's main happenings, plus some of the fun living exhibitions showcasing past fashion styles, film & wayang etc. Ending in 31 Oct, there's a special exhibition showing works from the Flemish masters of Antwerp. This walk along is slightly different from our usual outings, please join us this Saturday at 2.45pm! More details below..."

Date: 10th Oct, Saturday
Meeting Venue: Lobby of National Museum
Time: 2:45pm
Ticket Price: $10

After the museum visit if you guys would like to, can proceed to SMU (or anywhere nearby) for a coffee/tea session just before dinner.

The closing date will be on the 9th Oct, midnight

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

CLOSED: Inglourious Basterds, 20 Sep 09 Sunday

Thanks to everyone who was there at the movie last night. I must say it was a fun watch ;) see you guys next time. cheers ~ Stonedwin

Calling all movie buffs,

Its Redemption Time.

As much as it is for Quentin Tarantino, and for those of us who weren't so tickled last Sat ;)

Directed by Tarantino and starring Brad Pitt, Inglourious Basterds has garnered great reviews and boasts one of Tarantino's best US box office showing ever.

So for all Tarantino and Brad Pitt fans, this is really a must-see!

Inglourious Basterds begins in German-occupied France, where Shosanna Dreyfus (Mélanie Laurent) witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz). Shosanna narrowly escapes and flees to Paris, where she forges a new identity as the owner and operator of a cinema.

Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) organizes a group of Jewish soldiers to engage in targeted acts of retribution. Known to their enemy as "The Basterds," Raine's squad joins German actress and undercover agent Bridget Von Hammersmark (Diane Kruger) on a mission to take down the leaders of The Third Reich. Fates converge under a cinema marquee, where Shosanna is poised to carry out a revenge plan of her own... --© Weinstein Co. and Universal Pictures


"A classic Tarantino genre-blending thrill ride, Inglourious Basterds is violent, unrestrained, and thoroughly entertaining" -- Rotten Tomatoes

Date: 20th September 2009, Sunday
Venue: GV Plaza
Time: 1940 hrs

So if you are in need of some audacious fare, come join us now!

Deadline: 18 Sep Fri 1300hrs (Registration has closed)

Nazi-Slayers: (Final count: 15)

  • Stonedwin
  • Odac
  • Made2Move
  • KitSg
  • Yusa
  • Balenciaga
  • Maxi
  • Eric
  • Vic
  • Dodo
  • Sgcub
  • Reliq Uiae
  • Arcobaleno
  • Rubedo
  • Icad

Monday, September 7, 2009

CLOSED: The Bears Hit the Water! 19 Sep 09, Saturday

A big thank you to all 25 rowers/coach/coxwains, including our 4 friends from Nippon, who were at the TBP dragonboat outing today. You really helped make it a success! :) Was a little worried in the morning the event had to be cancelled due to the thunderstorm, but the skies was kind to us in the end. All I can say is I really enjoyed myself and hope everyone did too :) Maybe one day we will get our own Bear Dragonboat team! :p Cheers ~ Stonedwin

Calling all TBP-ers

Its time again for some outdoor action and fun. And what better way than to get 'wet' together in the kallang basin on a dragonboat!

This session promises to be a fun-filled one, with an induction into the sport. Starting off from the Kallang Basin, you will get to see the 'other' perspective of the Singapore Flyer, Marina Barrage, Cosy Bay and also Benjamin Sheares Bridge as we row along. At the end of it, you will get a good feel of what the sport is all about. So whether you're a new or experienced rower, we assure you it will be fun!

Here are the details:

Date : 19 Sep 2009, Saturday
Time: 1:30pm to 4pm
Fee: S$10 per pax (for boat rental and expenses)

Please come in your sports attire suitable for water sports e.g. sport T-shirt/Singlet and sport shorts + slipper/sandels

Things to bring along:

- At least one set of dry clothing (to change into after rowing)
- Shower foam+Shampoo (yes there are showering facilities
- Some light snacks (e.g. biscuits, bread)
- Drinking Water (lots of it)
- Sunblock/ sun tan lotion / cap / sunglasses

Link to map of location: http://www.gothere.sg/directions#kallang%20water%20sports:

We are targeting a max of 20 pax so do sign up fast to avoid any disappointments. An email with more admin info will be sent to all attendees nearer the date .

P.S. This is suitable for swimmers and non-swimmers. We won't be performing any capsize drills so no worries if you can't swim. Paddles and life jackets will also be provided for all.

So hope to hear from you soon!


TBP Rowers:

  • Haudy
  • Coxwain 'L'
  • Stonedwin
  • Odac
  • Maxi
  • Made2Move
  • Yusa
  • SgCub + 1 friend
  • Han Lai
  • DaffyDave
  • Rookcub
  • Dodo
  • Galactico
  • Stockysg
  • Ray
  • Hardcore
  • Bourke
  • JJ
  • Hawk
  • Zhanhao

Sunday, September 6, 2009

CLOSED: Movie Outing "9", 12th Sep 09, Saturday

Thanks to all who came for the movie outing today. It was really quite a sight to have 28 bears/TBP supporters gather together :) Although the movie didn't live up to expectations for some, I'm sure everyone had a good time catching up and getting to know new friends. Hope to see the newbies join us more in future outings :) Cheers~ Stonedwin

Hi everyone,

With so many exciting movies opening in September, its time again for a movie outing! And we are kicking off with the exciting animated film '9', produced by Tim Burton.

A new era in animated storytelling begins on 9.9.09. Visionary filmmakers Tim Burton (The Corpse Bride, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory) and Timur Bekmambetov (Wanted, Nightwatch) join forces to produce wunderkind director Shane Acker’s distinctively original and thrilling tale. 9 stars Elijah Wood, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Connelly, Martin Landau, Christopher Plummer and Crispin Glover and features the music of Danny Elfman.

When 9 (The Lord of the Ring’s Elijah Wood) first comes to life, he finds himself in a post-apocalyptic world. All humans are gone, and it is only by chance that he discovers a small community of others like him taking refuge from fearsome machines that roam the earth intent on their extinction. Despite being the neophyte of the group, 9 convinces the others that hiding will do them no good. They must take the offensive if they are to survive, and they must discover why the machines want to destroy them in the first place. As they'll soon come to learn, the very future of civilization may depend on them. --© Focus Features


When I first saw the trailer months back, I was strangely moved by it and have been waiting for this ever since! So do come join us in this journey into the post-apocalytic world of '9' :)

Date: 12th September 2009, Saturday
GV Plaza, Plaza Singapura
Time: 2000 hrs

Please leave a comment by 9th September 1300hrs if you are attending.


The Attendees: (Last count 28 pax)

  • Stonedwin
  • Odac
  • Maxi
  • Sgcub
  • Fonsus
  • Balenciaga
  • Vitalauto
  • Universek
  • Hanzi + 1 friend
  • Zerogravity
  • Cub4u33
  • Tanuki
  • Asimov_22
  • Rookcub
  • Getafix21
  • Kit_Sg
  • Rubedo
  • Made2Move
  • Yusa
  • Willie
  • DaffyDave
  • KahWai
  • ChunHao
  • Otto
  • Han
  • Cyrus
  • Haudy

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Toy Games & Comic Convention

Dear Bear friends and supporters,

Han and I just went down to Suntec City 4th floor to set up the Sir Fong booth.

If you've been impressed by Da Vinci's amazing designs from the Renaissance Period, your eyes will pop when you come for the Toy Games & Comic Convention. We've come a long way since we were inspired by the genius of Da Vinci (he's homosexual incidentally), and the main difference is this: at the convention, you can buy your inspirations to own.

My books are created to inspire too. To raise the standards of Scientific passion in Singapore, then Asia. Without Science, we can never progress to the age of air-con, internet dating and computer games. So do come to my booth A25 to get a few copies for all your nieces, nephews and students!

This year, there will be several items for your consideration:

1. Sir Fong's Adventures In Science Book 2 ($10 - Usual Price $13+)
2. Sir Fong's Adventures In Science Book 1 ($10 - UP$13+)
3. Lyra Dobble colouring set ($6 - discount of 20%)
4. Lyra Giotto Grafix marker set ($8 - discount of 20% from planned price - new product)

I'll be there the whole day to sign every book and take pictures with all you handsome fellas. Thank you!

Place: Suntec City Hall 402 + 403
Date: 14-16th Aug (Fri - Sun)
Booth: Artists Alley A25
Time: 11am - 9pm (Fri, Sat)
11am - 8pm (Sun)


Tuesday, August 11, 2009

TBP Volunteers!

Hello guys,

We just received news from Pelangi Pride Centre asking for help in shifting to their new location. Details:

Yup, you read right, PPC is moving AGAIN! (Do we have this down to a fine art or what???).

We were just informed that DYMK is moving across the street (details to be released as we are updated) and that we can move PPC to the new venue on Sunday, 23 August 4pm onwards.

As such, we will need extra hands to move on Sunday, 23 August (from 4pm)
To help out and for more details, please email Eileena at (pelangipridecentre at yahoo dot com) with your name and contact number (so that we can contact you if there are any last minute changes)

Would really appreciate all hands on deck so that we can move this quickly and painlessly :)

Eileena Lee

So if you are going for the triple bill on that day why not leave your house early and come help shift! We should be done by 5.30pm given our beaaaar poweeeerrr!

So seeya there!


Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Indignation Week 3 Events

It's week 3 of the Indignation Pride Month and this week is for the movie buffs! A few shows are going on at the Arts House and tickets are sold at $10. Check Indignation Website for more details.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Weekly Badminton Update

Dear badminton lovers,

This Week badminton will be held on Sunday. Details as follow:

Date: 2nd August 2009
Venue: Punggol CC, 3 Hougang Avenue 6, S(538808),opp hougang mall, Map.
Time: 2pm - 4pm

Those who wish to attend, please register by commenting in the post below, thank you! For any queries feel free to contact bengzom by email.

PS: Those who registered before will always receive sms confirmation for that week if there are courts available.

- bengzom

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Sexually Challenged - Indignation 2009

Hello Boys and Bears,

As July creeps to an end, and when you start seeing your MP faces everywhere you turn, it's also time for the rainbow flag to fly high once again. Yes it's August and Indignation - Singapore Pride Season is back again! This year the theme is Sexually Challenged, and People Like Us (PLU) has lined up a whole month of events for everyone to participate. Click the entry title to check out the calander of events.

One event which we would like to highlight is on the 23 August 2009:

Triple bill: Kings and condoms 7 pm @ 72-13

Michael Jackson and The Man In The Mirror:
In the wake of Michael Jackson’s passing, Otto Fong reflects on what he – a gay Asian who studied in America – learnt from African Americans before, during and after Jackson’s reign as the King of Pop.

The Same Ties That Bind:
A 20-minute video exploration of the various elements that determine a gay person’s acceptance within the family: love, prejudice, religion. ( http://motleyfilms.wordpress.com)

So please try your best to attend at least 1 event this year!

Be fabulous!

Monday, July 20, 2009

(CLOSED)TheBearProject's 3rd Anniversary Party, 18th July 2009

I would like to thank all fellow TBP followers that came for the Anniversary party. I sincerely hoped you guys enjoyed yourselves as much as we enjoyed planning this party.

Special thanks to VicOwt, Rookcub, Rek_de, Bearyhorny, Martinn, Zerogravity, Davdaf, JoJo and those who helped out to make this event a fun and enjoyable one!

There will more events coming on up, small ones that is hehehe... shag leh... So please stay posted & see you guys again soon!

best regards,

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

TheBearProject Badminton is back!

Dear badminton lovers,

TBP Badminton sessions are now back! Thanks to Bengzom, our Badminton IC who is willing to host badminton sessions every Saturday from now. So lets start off by having one this coming Saturday, 23rd July 09. Below are the details:

Date: 23rd July 09
Venue: Puggol CC, 3 Hougang ave 6, Singapore 538808
Time: 2pm - 4pm

Those who wish to attend, please register by commenting in the post below, thank you! For any queries feel free to contact bengzom by email.

PS: Those who registered before will always receive sms confirmation for that week if there are courts available. - bengzom

Friday, June 19, 2009

TBP Healthy Sunday – HSBC Tree Top Walk @ MacRitchie Reservoir Park, 28 June '09

Dear All,

I sincerely thank you, friends and loved ones, for a really great time on Sunday morning. Beautiful-macho-funshine bears, comfortable surroundings, excellent weather and a peaceful environment had brought us joy and laughter.
Thank you for sharing all the sweet moments today. See you again at TheBearProject Anniversary chalet next month on 18/7/09.

With love always,

It's time for the bears to connect with mother nature again!

The HSBC TreeTop Walk (HSBC TTW) is the highlight of several long hiking routes in MacRitchie that brings you through different stages of mature secondary forest. The first of its kind in Singapore and in the region, this free-standing suspension bridge connects the two highest points (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang) in MacRitchie and offers a bird's eye view of the community of plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. The total length of the walkway is about 250m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25m.

Come frolic with me, Martinn, and other wonderful creatures from the wild, as we take in the sights and the fresh air!

The distance to the entrance of the TreeTop Walk is approximately 4.5 km (1.5 - 2 hour walk) from the MacRitchie Reservoir Park and 2.5 km (45 mins - 1 hr walk) from the carpark at Venus Drive. Therefore, a round trip including the TreeTop Walk is about 7 to 10 km (3-5 hours depending on your walking pace).

Date: 28th June 2009 (Sunday)
Time: 10:00am
Meeting point: MacRitchie Reservoir Park Carpark @ Venus Drive (off Upper Thomson Road)

*We will commence the walk at 10:30am sharp.
But no one likes to wait so let’s be early as we walk together hand-in-hand…

It's gonna be hot, so wear caps, sunblock, and bring enough water! I'll be bringing my brolly! ;)

Always fabulous,

The Fabulous Ones (29):
  • Martinn
  • Universek
  • Vitalauto
  • Balenciaga & Friend
  • Ngarte
  • Xiaoyao
  • Otto
  • Han & Friend
  • Stonedwin & Friend
  • Hawk
  • Bearyhorny
  • RobinL
  • Hanzi
  • KimB
  • RichieL
  • DLCH & Friend
  • Kyutogary82 & Friend
  • TVFan82
  • Scarletdraft
  • VicOwt
  • KahWai
  • Brwnbear
  • IsaacJH
  • SentryC

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

[CANCELLED] TheBearProject Charity Art Show 2009

The Bear Project Charity Art Show is cancelled as we did not receive enough entries this year.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

(CLOSED) BLOOD, THE LAST VAMPIRE, 6th June '09, Saturday 5:40pm

Hi Everyone,

I would like to thank everyone who attended the June movie/ dinner outing. Your presence has made this lous... ermm... i mean 'not so great' movie so much more enjoyable!!!! :P

Though the movie wasn't the best, i'm sure the dinner more than made up for it... Maybe we SHOULD have watched Hannah Montana instead right??? ;)

I'd like to give a special thanks to all our Malaysian friends who came down to join us for this event, hope to see more of you guys in the future...

Also i just wanna give a great big hug to all those who made the effort to come for dinner even tho they can't join us for the movie... I'm especially touched...

Last but not least, a special thanks to Vitalauto and Asimov for helping me with the posting and informing of the event... You helped me make this event a success... *kisses*

So thank you everyone, i hope you guys have as much fun as i did...


Dear All,

I would like to begin by apologizing to those who are attending both movies on Saturday. Regrettably, we have to cancel the 2nd show - UP as the release date has been postponed from 4th June to 3rd September (as per Cathay website). In addition, Blood The Last Vampire will be changed to the 5.40pm show in a nicer, bigger theater and with a better timing.

After the movie, I would like to propose that we go for dinner at Shokudo, The Heeren. (Other suggestions are most welcomed)

Please accept my sincere apologies for any inconveniences caused. See you on Saturday 5.20pm @ Cineleisure Orchard.


Blood The Last Vampire
On the surface, Saya is a stunning 16-year old girl, but that youthful exterior hides the tormented soul of a 400 year-old “halfling”.

Born to a human father and a vampire mother, she has for centuries been a loner, obsessed with using her samurai skills to rid the world of vampires, all the while knowing that she herself can survive only on blood like those she hunts. When she is sent onto an American military base in Tokyo by the clandestine organization she works for, Saya immediately senses that this may be her opportunity to finally destroy Onigen, the evil patriarch of all vampires. Using her superhuman strength and her sword, she begins to rid the base of its evil infestation in a series of spectacular and elaborate showdowns. However, it is not until she forms her first human friendship in centuries with the young daughter of the base’s general that Saya learns her greatest power over Onigen may well be her ability for human connection…

Renowned producers Bill Kong (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; Hero) and Abel Nahmias (11 Commandments, La Beuze) team up with director Chris Nahon (Kiss of the Dragon) on this English language vampire slaying adventure, where the hope of the world rests on a beautiful young woman.

Cast: Gianna Jun (Jeong Ji-Hyun) “My Sassy Girl”, Allison Miller, Liam Cunningham, JJ field, Koyuki, Yasuaki Kurata. Language: In English with Chinese subtitles. Genre: Action

Date 6th June '09
Time 17:40 (Time Changed!!! Pls note!)
Location Cineleisure Orchard

I know that this is quite a short notice, but do try to get back to us by Thursday, 4 June '09, 6pm. Thanks!

See you guys soon,

The Flying Blood Suckers
  • Martinn
  • Universek
  • Vitalauto
  • Balenciaga
  • Minimach & BF
  • Hanzi & Friend
  • Saon6
  • Odac
  • Stonedwin
  • Vince K
  • Alaskan
  • Siberian
  • Capbarer
  • Scubie
  • Varon
  • SunnySun & Friend
  • Mookie
  • Ryk Sg
  • Vincent A
  • Visvitae

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

(CLOSED) Pulau Ubin trip once again, 30th May '09

Back by popular demand, we are heading back out to Pulau Ubin for another round of cycling trip. I'm not very familiar with the area as its my virgin trip to Ubin but i will do a recce this sat. Let's all sweat it out!

Any advise is welcome, so keep those comments coming. Oh & please remember to sign up before 29th May 09, Friday (to sign up, please comment in the comment section below the post).

Date: 30th MAY 09, SAT
Time: 8:00am
Meet-up Venue: POSBank ATM beside the Changi Village food center (Same as previous, easier for all)

  • Hanzi(Cycling)
  • Saon6(Cycling)
  • Bigbigbond Cheung(Cycling)
  • Krado(Cycling)
  • Richie
  • Getafix21(walking)
  • Gussie
  • Amran majid(Cycling)
  • Koala_chan(walking)

Friday, May 8, 2009

VIDEOS: Pink Dot Campaign Video Series – Join us at Hong Lim Park, 16 May '09, 4.30pm

VIDEOS: Pink Dot Campaign Video Series
The Pink Dot campaign video series is produced by award-winning filmmaker Boo Junfeng, featuring Pink Dot ambassadors - actress Neo Swee Lin, actor Timothy Ngahttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif and radio host Rosalyn Lee - and many other supporters of LGBT Singaporeans (including actress Pam Oei, celebrity blogger Xiaxue, actors Lim Kay Siu and Lim Yu Beng, Dave Tan and Amanda Ling from local band Electrico, Rev Dr Yap Kim Hao, the first Asian Bishop of The Methodist Church in Singapore) who have shared their feelings and concerns about the freedom to love.



The music soundtrack is produced by Darren Ng.

(CLOSED) pinkdot.sg – COME MAKE PINK DOT on 16 May '09, Saturday, 4.30pm

TheBearProject will be participating in this event so do join us to support the local GLBT community! Those interested, please read below:

The field at Hong Lim Park

Date & Time:
May 16 (Saturday), 4.30pm

What to wear:
(caps, hats, glasses, sunglasses and accessories are recommended)

What to bring:
Anyone who supports the freedom of LGBT Singaporeans to love

What to expect:
Pink Balloons
will be given to early birds; the human pink dot will be formed by around 5pm and a photograph will be taken from a vantage point nearby

Do you support the freedom of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people to love? Then show your support by joining our smart mob at Hong Lim Park on 16 May, 4.30pm!

This is NOT a protest nor a parade, just a simple call for open-minded Singaporeans to come together to form a pink dot, of which aerial photographs will be taken. This pink dot is a celebration of diversity and equality, and a symbol of Singapore's more inclusive future.

To pledge your attendance, please click here
For updates, please join Pink Dot Sg on Facebook
For queries, please email pinkdotsg@yahoo.com

This event is 100% legal; no registration is required.

(Content lifted from www.pinkdot.sg)

Since there are no response in the comment, please proceed to Hong Lim Park to join us there instead.

If you are unsure, look out for a small rainbow flag. That'll be us!

Venue: The Central
Time: 4PM

Remember to wear pink!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

TOP GIRLS, Gala Evening: Fund-Raiser for AWARE, 30 May 2009

AWARE is raising funds by having a Gala evening of TOP GIRLS, scheduled for Saturday, 30 May. It will be a great opportunity to put aside more weighty issues and celebrate life and renewal together.

The Caryl Churchill play is among the best 100 plays of the 20th Century on the British National Theatre’s Millennium list. It won the Obie Award in 1983. The Wessex Theatre production is directed by Daniel Toyne, and has a seven member all woman cast playing 16 roles in all! The play has some coarse language but promises an evening of heart-warming truths, and laughter.

A classic of feminist literature, Top Girls opens in a restaurant where Marlene is hosting a dinner party for five friends. The five female guests are all either long-dead or fictional characters from literature or paintings. As the play develops we see other aspects of Marlene’s life; a hard-bitten career woman employed at the 'Top Girls' employment agency, her interactions with colleagues, clients and with the family she left behind. The narrative and themes of this play focus on the various roles of women in society and relationships.

Presented in association with AWARE - Singapore’s leading advocacy group dedicated to promoting gender equality.

It is being staged from 27th May to 30th May. Tickets for the Gala Night on 30th May are at $80 each. This comes with an invite to a reception brought to us by Harry’s and WineGuru. Do support this great cause!

Please call AWARE Centre 6779 7137 or email tickets@aware.org.sg for more information as well as buy tickets.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Star Trek 9th May '09, Saturday (CLOSED)

The greatest adventure of all time begins with "Star Trek," the incredible story of a young crew's maiden voyage onboard the most advanced starship ever created: the U.S.S. Enterprise. On a journey filled with action, comedy and cosmic peril, the new recruits must find a way to stop an evil being whose mission of vengeance threatens all of mankind.

The fate of the galaxy rests in the hands of bitter rivals. One, James T. Kirk (Chris Pine), is a delinquent, thrill-seeking Iowa farm boy. The other, Spock (Zachary Quinto), was raised in a logic-based society that rejects all emotion. As fiery instinct clashes with calm reason, their unlikely but powerful partnership is the only thing capable of leading their crew through unimaginable danger, boldly going where no one has gone before!

OK Star Trek fans, let's gather!

Date: 9th May, Saturday

Time: 4:30pm
Venue: Cineleisure Orchard

Deadline will be on this Thursday 7th May 12 noon, looking forward to see you all~ Please comment below as usual if you would like to come...

New Members of the USS Enterprise:

  • Hanzi
  • Saon6
  • Asimov_22
  • Rookcub
  • Rek_de
  • Ed79s

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

(CLOSED) TheBearProject Goes to KL!!! (May 1-3)

Ok guys, now for one of the year's first major events...
A road trip to KL!!

The idea started when some of us got talking with some of the KL bears and thought it would be cool to do a KL-SGBear Exchange this year. SG bears would go up to KL for one weekend and they would host us, and they would come down and we would host them.

Tentatively, we are looking to go up to KL by luxury coach on the Labour Day weekend - leaving on Friday morning and coming back to Singapore on Sunday evening. That will be two nights in KL. We haven't nailed down a detailed programme, butI am trying to put together a "KL food tour" with makan places recommended by Straits Times food critic Wong Ah Yoke. If you haven't been to KL recently, I hear there are a lot of new malls that have opened up. Oh, there is also a big party over the long weekend which I hear a lot of the regional partygoers are going to.
Anyway, here are the details of the package we are considering. The coach is the "first class" type, double decker with a lounge downstairs and TVs in all the 29 seats. The company (Luxury Travel) is the one recommended by comedian Moses Lim.

The cost is as follows:
  • Twin sharing – S$ 236.00 per person

  • Single Room – S$ 369.00 per person

  • 3rd Pax – S$ 205.00 per person
The package includes:-
  • Return coach Singapore – Kuala Lumpur on Luxury Exclusive class double decker
  • 2 Nights Deluxe accommodation inclusive of breakfast at Sheraton Imperial or Hotel Istana or similar
Given that it includes two nights stay and first-class coach travel, we think the price is pretty reasonable (even in these tough times) and it will be more fun if we all stayed in the same hotel. Those who would rather drive or fly up, you're welcome to meet us there too.

Right now, we have already about 7-8 guys signed up. If we can get 27-28 guys to go, we can have the coach all to ourselves, which will be a lot more fun of course! So please let us know if you'd like to go. If you have any questions about the trip, please also do post them here and we'll get them answered.

Hope to hear from all of you. We're open to suggestions too about better tour packages or things we can do in KL.

Our last impromptu BearProject trip to Taiwan was really great fun and I'm sure this trip will be no different. So look up those schedules and block those dates now!! :)

The road warriors:

  • rookcub
  • vitalauto
  • universek
  • balenciaga
  • bp + friend
  • ds
  • zerogravity
  • allnamesused + bf
  • davdaf
  • hardcore
  • hellridered
  • relicz + bf
  • sunny
  • bian
  • kit_sg
  • saltwetfish
  • kahwai
  • hawk

Monday, March 30, 2009

(Closed) An Afternoon of Art / Sat 11th April, 12.30pm

Hi everyone,

Our first event for the month of April will be a bit of departure from all the "back to nature" events we've been having lately! It's time for a bit of culture, a bit of art ("Aarrrrt dahling, it's art!!"). Two fabulous exhibitions have opened in Singapore and they're only a stone's throw from each other (ok, maybe more like 200 metres, but you get the drift)!!!

First up... the "This Is Not A Print!" exhibition at the Singapore Art Museum's new edgy art space 8Q@SAM. It's otherwise known as the "old Catholic High School", which should make it doubly exciting for old boys of Cat High (like me) :)

Singapore Art Museum’s new contemporary wing, 8Q sam presents This is Not a Print!, a selection of over 70 multiples and prints from the Singapore Art Museum’s 1500-piece Tyler Art Collection. From Pop multiples prints by Jasper Johns and David Hockney to the sculpture and conceptual multiples by John Newman, Claes Oldenberg and Roy Lichstenstein, the exhibition traces the trajectories and convergences of the development of print making in Europe and America shaped by the concept of the Artist’s Multiple.

Then. it's across the road to the National Museum, where the costume design work of the incomparable Christian Lacroix is on show!!

The virtuoso haute couture designer Christian Lacroix, who is known for defining the look of the 1980s with its bright colours and extravagant embellishments, presents his splendid costume design work of 20 years for the ballet, theatre and opera in this exclusive exhibition. Lacroix's inspiration for productions such as Carmen, Gaité Parisienne, Othello, Cosi Fan Tutte and Phèdre are eclectic, drawing from a wide variety of sources, and are at once historical and yet modern. In Asia for the very first time, close to 80 spectacular costumes and 60 sketches from the collection of the Centre National du Costume de Scène (National Stage Costume Centre, Moulins, France) and from Lacroix’s personal collection, will take stage at the National Museum of Singapore from March to June 2009.

Here are the details:

"This Is Not A Print" / "Christian Lacroix The Costumer"

Date: 11th April 2009 (Saturday)
(Pls refer to the itinerary below)
Venue: 8Q@SAM (8 Queen St) & National Museum
Cost: $8 each for both shows

Deadline for signing up: No deadlines. But please add your names to the Comment section to sign up as usual.


12.15pm Everyone gathers at 8Q@SAM
12.30pm Guided Tour of "This Is Not A Print"
2.15pm Lunch & coffee
4.15pm Proceeed to National Museum
4.30pm Guided tour of "Christian Lacroix The Costumer"

Hope to see all you art lovers there!

The culture-vultures:
  • rookcub
  • asimov_22
  • universek
  • vitalauto
  • balenciaga
  • brick
  • bentobox
  • minimach + bf
  • hardcore
  • 常無
  • cub4u33
  • tanuki
  • han
  • otto
  • galactico
  • absolutmilo
  • ngarte
  • chunhao

Sunday, March 15, 2009

(Closed)The Bears go Night Safari! 28 March '09, Saturday, 6.45pm

Hi everyone,

Expecting a quiet entrance into Night Safari, we of TBP instead walked into an ambush of tourists and strange club music. A few toned man-bodies, scantilly-clad, were dancing on a stage surrounded by hundreds and hundreds of onlookers. Fortunately, the odd infusion of "native culture" did nothing to diminish the excitement of seeing a local attraction bustling with genuine anticipation. Seeing the massive crowd, you'd think we were visiting the Jungle section of Disneyland.

Thomas added to the cheer as usual. His supplementary commentary to our heavily-accented tram guide had us in stitches ("and over on your left, we have some hantus."), as the cool night air was pierced by the evil cackle of TBP's laughter. Frequently, the animals' face lit up into a sinister red glow. Fortunately, instead of a hunter's night-vision rifle, they were only staring into Gary's big, long camera lens. The animals tried their best to appear nonchalant. For once, the attractions did not end up on the dinner table for hungry bears. Gradually, even our bears' usual shenanigans gave way to hushed awe as we became totally immersed inside a night world we rarely have a chance to see. We saw the sexy, naked muscular curves of rhinos, crocs with bulbous snouts fed by some hot bearish zoo keeper and even a mountain cat cough up a fur ball. Around ten, we reluctantly left, beaming with pride that at least our country has one really, really cool spot!

We ended up in Upper Bukit Timah Beauty World stretch for dinner, coffee and finally terrorised McDonald patrons till 130am. The hot topic was whether gay stereotypes were valid - triggered by, amongst many other things, a really cute and butch TBP newcomer doing a dainty jigsaw puzzle of some Disney characters - and the conclusion was that we should just embrace ourselves, stereotype or otherwise.

Special mention of CH + KW. It is their 4th anniversary, making them the third known TBP couple to celebrate their unholy union at Night Safari. Thank you all for a roaring great time. To many many more happy gatherings! - Otto

Thebearproject is going to see creatures of the night. In the nice cool evening of the 28th this month, we will turn the spotlight and be amazed by the variety of living things that share our planet. The Night Safari is one of the best zoo attractions in Asia, a place where we can be proud to bring our foreign friends and also spend a unique time away from the usual shopping malls.

Date: 28th March 2009 (Saturday)
Cost: $22 entrance + $10 tram ride
Deadline for signing up: No deadlines. But please add your names to the Comment section to sign up as usual.


6.45 pm Everyone gathers at the Night Safari ticketing booth
7.15 pm Head-count and buy tickets (S$22 per person)
– check got any discounts??
7.30 pm ‘Creatures of the Night Show’ (30 mins)
8.15 pm Take ‘Tram Ride’ (45 mins) from outside the ‘Creatures of the Night Show’ venue
9.00 pm Take a ‘Forest Giant’s Trail’ walk (30-45 mins)
9.45 pm Gather at the Night Safari’s retail outlet
10.00pm Take ‘Bus Hub Service’ to city to chomp supper!
(Open to suggestions: Eg. Meritus Mandarin, DFS Galleria etc

The Bears:
  • Otto
  • Han
  • Universek
  • Vitalauto
  • Balenciaga
  • Davdaf
  • Chunhao
  • Kahwai
  • Rookcub
  • Asimov_22
  • Brick
  • Rubedo

Labels & Love, 28 March '09, Saturday, 2-5pm

Labels & Love
A collaboration by the youths of YOH, Queercast, dirrtyremixes and OC, for the youths

Have you tagged yourself or someone else today?
(Effeminate) (Promiscuous) (Bitchy) (Lipstick) (Activist) (Clubber) (Butch) (Confused) (Sassy)
The list goes on and on. Overwhelming isn’t it? So where do you find the (ME) in all of these tags? Do any of those tags above describe ME?

If you are between the age of 18-25yrs, join us for an afternoon of light sharing of personal stories and fun activities to get in touch with your inner self. Grab your buddies, grab your friends! Kindly note that registration is compulsory. Details are below.

Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: The Hidden Host. 54 Blair Road Singapore 089954
Date: 28 Mar 09 (Sat)

Registration details:
To register, please send an email with the following details to events@oogachaga.com

Please rank in order of priority the top three themes you are interested in from the following four:
Self / Family / Friends / Community

For more information, visit http://www.oogachaga.com/ or call 626 86 626.

Friday, March 6, 2009

2009 MSM Sex Survey (1 March – 30 April 2009)

Hey Guys, we hope you guys will support this year's MSM Sex Survey by participating in the survey. Please click here to go to their site.

Information collected from this survey will help us understand you better, and be used to design more effective public health campaigns, especially HIV related ones. The data will also be used as a benchmark to measure if past initiatives have had any impact.

No personal information (names, email addresses, or personal identifiers) will be recorded, and all answers will be kept private and confidential, so please answer the questions as accurately and fully as you can.

Again in case the link above doesn't work for some reason... you can complete the survey at www.msmsexsurvey.com/

Monday, February 23, 2009

(Closed) Evening Picnic @ Marina Barrage, 28th Feb '09, Saturday, 5-8pm

Hi guys, Mother Nature was a bitch today but i'm glad everyone who came still braved the heavy downpour to support the Evening Picnic @ Marina Barrage... The food was great (savoury pastas & soon keuhs, delectable fried carrot cakes, juicy sausages and fishballs, to-die-for choclate cheese brownies, yummy cream puffs & pies, crispy karrages & spring rolls, delicious ice-creams, thirst-quenching drinks, wine, fruits and many many more!) but the company was even better!!!! I'd like to thank everyone who came down despite the clammy air and the wet floors, i hope it didn't dampen anybody's mood and you guys still had fun... And for the new faces who came today, welcome to the club!!!!

With February coming to a close, it's time for me to take off the hat of Project Manager and pass it to my successor (or successors) Otto & Han... I hope all of you will continue to support them as you did me as they bring you the next round of great TBP events and movie outing this coming March and i can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves!!!!

Once again, thank you for the support this month and i'll see you guys in the upcoming events!!!


Fancy a meal under the setting sun overlooking the cityscape as the wind caresses the landscape?

Built across the mouth of the Marina Channel, the Marina Barrage creates Singapore’s 15th reservoir, and the first in the heart of the city. With a catchment area of 10,000 hectares, or one-sixth the size of Singapore, the Marina catchment is the island’s largest and most urbanised catchment. Together with two other new reservoirs, the Marina Reservoir will boost Singapore’s water catchment from half to two-third’s of the country’s land area.

As the water in the Marina Basin is unaffected by the tides, its water level will be kept constant all year round. This is ideal for all kinds of recreational activities such as boating, windsurfing, kayaking and dragonboating etc.

For the replacement event on February, The Bear Project will be organizing an evening picnic at the Marina Barrage. There's food (potluck of cos), great view, friends, great photo opportunities and wide open spaces for bears to roam around, what's not to love!!!

So for those people who are interested, please sign up ASAP as we are going to close the posting on Thursday, 26th Feb to work out the logistics... You are required to bring food (please no chips and snacks... it'll almost be like dinner under the stars) and drinks... If you attendedthe Lo-Hei event last month, you can bring the same food so as not to ponder too much on what you are going to bring.

Date: 28 February 2009
Time: 5pm-8pm
Venue: Marina Barrage

For those who are not sure how to get there, the instructions are below:

Getting there

Address: 260 Marina Way, Singapore 018976

Free shuttle bus service from Marina Bay MRT Station to Marina Barrage.

Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays
Every 10-minute intervalsFrom 9.00am-9.00pm

Last Bus from MRT: 8.00pm
Last Bus from Marina Barrage: 9.00pm

*P.S. Remember to bring a windbreaker, heard it gets pretty chilly there...
** P.P.S. We may have 2 Bear friends from Australia coming to join us for the event and for those who are keen, they wanna drop by Backstage to enjoy a drink or 2, you are most welcome to join...

The (29+2) Barragers:

  • Balenciaga (Fried Chicken Wings + Fried Noodles)
  • Vitalauto + 2 Friends (Ice Box + Ice + Fishball + Sausages)
  • Universek (Drinks)
  • Xbahamut
  • Scarletdraft (Soon Kueh)
  • Hawk (Grapes)
  • Han + Otto (Mini Springrolls)
  • Zachius (Wine)
  • Hanzi (Cream Puff)
  • Saon6
  • Getafix21 (Roast Duck)
  • Phoenyx
  • Gazarette + Gussie (Pasta + Chips & Dips)
  • TVfan82 (Fried Carrot Cake, black & white)
  • DLCH + KyutoGary82
  • Guyalvino (Won Won Rice Crackers / Assorted Nuts)
  • Kahwai + Chunhao (Cheese Brownies)
  • Hardcore + Hellridered
  • tanuki + cub4u33
  • Rookcub + Asimov_22 (Paper Plates/ Utensils/ Ground Sheet/ Speakers)

Friday, February 6, 2009

(CANCELLED) Ride The Original Ducktours – A Land & Sea Adventure, 28 February '09, Saturday, 4-5pm (tbc)

Hi guys,

Due to the weak response of the event, we decided to cancel this event and replace it with another... I'm really sorry to disappoint those that were keen to attend this event... I guess it's not the right time to do something like this yet... No worries, i'm sure we'll be able to do something like this in the future. In the meantime, do check out what the replacement event will be... It'll be equally fun and we won't be restrcited by the number of people attending... Since we are only 1 week away from the event, if you are keen, please sign up and respond ASAP so we can deal with all the logistics and get it over and done with so everyone can have a good time on that day...

Again, let me apologise for the cancellation of the event and hope it will not stop you from joining the many other activites we have planned in the future... ;)


It's a bus! It's a boat! It's the Original Splashing DUCK! DUCKtours uniquely combines the city and harbour tour on an authentic Vietnam warcraft, offering you 60 minutes of amphibious touring adventure on both land and sea. Come and be entertained by our DUCKtainers. Hold on to your seat as it waddles away and be prepared for a splashing good time! Ask for the Original Award Winning DUCK@Suntec today!

We are planning to book the whole Duck for the 1 hour tour. If we book the boat, it'll cost us $588.50 (inclu GST) and it can house 31 people which means if we have a full house, everyone will only pay $19 instead of $33 which is the normal price... So the less people, the more we'll have to pay... So people who sign up, must commit, no last minute no shows!!!! We will collect payment earlier to prevent this :) Modes of payment for the tour will be announced once we get enough response.

Date: 28 February 2009
Time: 4–5pm (TBC)
Boarding Venue: Suntec City (Galleria)

Check out their site for more details.

So do sign up as soon as possible so that we can make the necessary arrangements! We are hoping to fill the whole boat, so we need 31 people!

The (12) Duckies:

  • Balenciaga
  • Vitalauto
  • Universek
  • Hawk
  • Martinn
  • Saon6
  • Hanzi + Friend
  • XBahamut
  • Scarletdraft
  • Otto
  • Han

(CLOSED) He's Just Not That Into You, 21 February '09, Saturday

Hey guys,
i'd like to thank everyone who attended the movie outing this month... It's really nice to reconnect with some of the memebers and meet new faces during this outing... The movie was great and altho we had a bit of a trouble at dinner and coffee (since there are so many people attending) i think it didn't dampen any one's mood... The next event is coming up next week so if you guys haven't sign up, please do so ASAP... Special thanks to Vitalauto for helping out during the event... Cheers!!!!
- Balenciaga
hey guys, the timing has been updated!
The ultimate Chick Flick! The book that inspired the movie has been featured on Oprah! It has Drew Barrymore! It has Bradley Cooper! It has Jennifer Connelly! It has Kevin Connolly! It has Scarlett Johansson! Did I mention it has Drew Barrymore?! It's produced by Drew Barrymore!

A group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty- and thirtysomethings navigate their various relationships from the shallow end of the dating pool through the deep, murky waters of married life, trying to read the signs of the opposite sex--and hoping to be the exceptions to the "no-exceptions"; rule.

Gigi just wants a man who says he'll call--and does--while Alex advises her to stop sitting by the phone. Beth wonders if she should call it off after years of committed singlehood with her boyfriend, Neil, but he doesn't think there's a single thing wrong with their unmarried life. Janine's not sure if she can trust her husband, Ben, who can't quite trust himself around Anna. Anna can't decide between the sexy married guy, or her straightforward, no-sparks standby, Conor, who can't get over the fact that he can't have her. And Mary, who's found an entire network of loving, supportive men, just needs to find one who's straight.

Check o
ut the trailer here.

Date: 21 February 2009
Time: 7pm
Venue: The Cathay - The Grand Cathay
Dinner after the movie...

Ok, hope to see you at this movie! It should be fun and romantic! Sign up asap! Posting closes on 18 February, 6pm.

The (21) Chicks:

  • Universek
  • Vitalauto
  • Balenciaga
  • Hanzi
  • Divineseeker + friend
  • Phoenyx
  • Fitcubsg
  • TVfan82
  • Minimach + bf
  • Wind
  • Rubedo
  • Scarletdraft
  • Kit_sg
  • DLCH
  • Kyutogary82
  • Ikaika + friend
  • Fonsus

Updated: Becoming Capa Book Launch: Tay Kay Chin's Photographic Novella, 7 February '09, Saturday

Update from Brick:
If you wish to get a copy of Tay Kay Chin's "Becoming Capa", the (photo-novel) book is now available at BooksActually at Ann Siang Hill (www.booksactually.com). The copies sold there are autographed by the author!

This is quite last minute cos I was just notified. But sure hope that for those of you who are interested, you can show your support by being at the book launch. Tay Kay Chin was one of the artists who had generously contributed to our Charity Art Show.

This image may not be clear, so check out this link.

Also check out Sinema OldSchool's site for information.