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'I get very rude comments about my work, but it's okay': Singapore artist Qimmyshimmy

'I get very rude comments about my work, but it's okay': Singapore artist Qimmyshimmy

6/2/2019 1:17:00 AM

'I get very rude comments about my work, but it's okay': Singapore artist Qimmyshimmy

She often gets rude messages about her sculptures of deformed babies and innards, but artist Lim Qixuan says she enjoys reading the comments about ...

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1.8 million people have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine: Health minister

A total of 1.2 million people have completed the full vaccination regimen, says Mr Gan Kim Yong.

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China bans male artists from wearing earrings on TV?Celebrities like Evan Lin and Jing Boran had their ears blurred out on screen for wearing them

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Singapore stocks close lower on WednesdaySINGAPORE stocks marked another day of losses on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index retreating 0.42 per cent or 13.31 points to 3,174.38. Read more at The Business Times.