Cultivating the Virtue of Benevolence

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 495, Sept 19 – Oct 2, 2014) Epoch Times Staff Benevolence is usually defined as the desire to do good things and show kindness to someone. It can be a silent act of goodwill, like the sun shining on a plant and nourishing it. In ancient China, it originally referred…

Violin Virtuoso Tang Tee Khoon

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 495, Sept 19 – Oct 2, 2014) By Li Yen Epoch Times Staff “Each day, I find new impetus to work at my craft. Each day, I make a new resolution to work at my craft. It is fresh each day,” says violin virtuoso Tang Tee Khoon, the second-ever recipient of Italy 1750 J.B. Guadagnini violin…

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 495)

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What Qualities Must a Beauty Queen Have? Miss Singapore International 2014 Redefines Beauty

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 494, Sept 5 – Sept 18, 2014) By Ting Ting Epoch Times Staff The Final competition of 2014 Miss Singapore International and the charity dinner in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Singapore Women’s Association was held in the Intercontinental Hotel on the August 23. Thirteen gorgeous girls from different cultural backgrounds showcased their unique definitions of beauty during the contest….

More than Music with Pianist Abigail Sin

To read the full article, read below… Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 494, Sept 5 – Sept 18, 2014) By Li Yen Epoch Times Staff “Music is a prism through which we can view our world and a portal to dream of other ones,” says Abigail Sin, one of Singapore’s most noteworthy young pianists. At…

Where Do Mid-Autumn Festival Customs Come From?

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 494, Sept 5 – Sept 18, 2014) By Epoch Times Staff Poetry A beautiful autumn moon, good food, and good company inevitably inspires the birth of good poetry amongst the literati. Throughout ancient Chinese history, countless poems and songs have been written about the moon and mid-autumn. Remembering that the…

Mooncakes – The Gift of Tradition

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 494, Sept 5 – Sept 18, 2014) By Li Yen Epoch Times Staff One of the most important holidays for the Chinese, the Mid-Autumn Festival, falls on September 8 this year. Traditionally on this day, family members and friends gather together to admire the moon and savour mooncakes and tea,…

Mid-Autumn Festival Connecting Full Moon with Family

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 494, Sept 5 – Sept 18, 2014) By Epoch Times Staff The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, or Zhōngqiū Jié (中秋节), is also known as the Mooncake Festival. Each year, it is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese lunar calendar, when the full moon is said…

Epoch Times, Singapore Edition (Issue 494)

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