Community Short Films
Wild Ideas To Life | The PIXEL Journey
Do zoo animals need cutting-edge technology? According to the Mandai Wildlife Group, they do.Join the Mandai Wildlife Group in their quest to improve the lives of our furry friends by innovating with the latest tech! From wearables for elephants to water monitoring systems, they've got it all. This is in collaboration with IMDA PIXEL Innovation Hub.
The Art of Phygital | The PIXEL Journey
If you're into cool phygital collectables, you gotta check out MIGHTY JAXX! Once a small office in Joo Chiat, MIGHTY JAXX! has grown from being a local start-up to now collaborating with huge brands like Netflix, Adidas, Hasbro and Formula 1. Find out why their award-winning designs are loved by fans all over the world.This is in collaboration with IMDA PIXEL Innovation Hub.
East vs West
Let’s settle this age old debate of the east vs west! In this episode, we step back in time to explain why both regions are so dramatically different from one another and why it’s not a fair fight! We look at the organic nature of development along the east coast pre-independence, and the planned town of Jurong.
Tells about Beno (11 years old) who has just returned from school waiting to be picked up, felt thirsty, and intended to drink water from a bottle. However, he ran out of water, so Beno had to buy drinking water at the nearest shop. Just when he stepped out, he was surprised by a cigarette poster advertisement. He who is interested and curious also wants to try cigarettes, but his feelings are the opposite until finally he made up his mind and heart to try to buy cigarettes. It wasn't curiosity that he could get rid of, but the teacher who caught him making him shy and scared.
Why Is Our National Language Malay?
We finish up with something we hear everyday, our language. There are many reasons why Malay is our national language. It was part of the constitution when Singapore was a part of Malaysia and was kept in part because “it’s the easiest language for all communities to learn”. It may also be because the indigenous people in Singapore are Malays.