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Adding a dash of colour in the otherwise dull quarantine life

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Fashion designer Tanya Sinha loves to travel but now that COVID-19 has dampened the entire world’s holiday plans, we are all discovering new talents. From cooking to meditation and cleaning […]

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Art of Nature Journey to Chiang Mai with Lucinda Law

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Lucinda Law’s Within Art Studio organises Art of Nature Journey annually. If you are a nature lover or peace seeker constantly on the lookout for a getaway from the concrete jungle, […]

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‘Flashes of brilliance’: celebrating Singapore’s National Day with the artwork of Chen Wen Hsi

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I was at the opening ceremony of ‘Flashes of Brilliance: Selected Works of Chen Wen Hsi from the Collections of Johnny Quek and the Lewis Sisters’ which was held at […]

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Take This From Mother Nature

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I am at Pollen, Gardens By The Bay with botanical illustrationist Lucinda. Today is the first of her weekly botanical workshops at this surreal location. One of the things about […]

#Food #Life In SG

When I Met Little Miss Bento At World’s First Kumoya Toki-doki Pop Up Cafe

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Little Miss Bento aka Shirley Wong Loves Doodling and Packing Lunch Boxes – This Led Her to Become A Renowned Food Artist What comes to our mind when someone mentions food? […]

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In Conversation With India’s Love Coach and No. 1 Radio Jockey – RJ Rahul Makin

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“Main Rahul Makin Banna Chahta Hun” Not one but many of the students that I interviewed during my stint as a Journalism Professor in New Delhi said this to me. RJ […]

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This State-level Silver Medalist in Yoga from Bihar is a Tabla Player and A Social Media Influencer

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Meet 21 year old Satyapal Kumar, a pass out from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (Kaimur) who is a multi-tasker to say the least. Satyapal is a state-level silver medalist in Yoga […]

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“Uncle Aunty” – A Movie Review

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Generally, the youth is shown to be hooked to the digital world. Here, Gupta has taken up a completely ignored section of the society in this context, which believe it or not, is actually equally smitten by the dotcom revolution. Additionally, the vintage black and white effect was more like a reverse interpretation emphasizing on the crux of the story loud and clear.

#Updates #WIIFF 2018

The Social House Is Now On TV!

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The Social House Partners With Media Giant QYOU India To Showcase Select Videos on Tata Sky India’s fastest growing poetry YouTube channel The Social House (TSH) seems to be breaking […]

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This Actor is Reaching Out To Masses Through His YouTube Channel

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Sometimes you can do everything right and the video might not get that much attention, and sometimes it works when you least expect it to. He says the true key is to remain consistent and keep trying. There is no fixed formula for going viral!

#Updates #WIIFF 2018

The Vent Machine Completes First Content Partnership Collaboration Successfully

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In just two months, The Vent Machine (TVM) proudly stands at 18K+ hits and has successfully completed the first official content  partnership collaboration with Whatashort Independent International Festival 2018.

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WIIFF 2018 Day 2 – An Exuberant Celebration of Art and Talent

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As expected WIIFF 2018 did not disappoint attendees on the second day either. Day 2 of this unique international short film festival was packed with spellbinding movies from different parts of the world. People were treated to amazing content from Brazil, Singapore, UK, India, Germany, Iran, and Turkey. 

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For Those Who Wish to take The Road Less Taken

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Meet Rajesh Yadev (popular YouTuber and Actor – The Burning Brains), Juhi Garg (Co-founder ED Times) and Saurabh Singhal (Comedian and Voice Artist) during the WIIFF 2018 extravaganza on Day 2.

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This Delhite Who Belongs to Uttarakhand is Keeping Bihar’s Traditional Art Alive

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Meet 24-year-old Jaya Dourbi, a Delhite from Uttarakhand who is keeping Bihar’s traditional art form – the Madhubani Painting alive. 

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Looking For The Light by Arunima

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This romanticization of the ‘troubled genius’ is something we need to let go of. No, it’s not okay to suffer – it doesn’t look cool. You’re not supposed to suffer to make good art. In fact, the clearer your mind, the better the art.

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WIIFF 2018 – A Three Day Gala That You Cannot Miss!

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Whatashort has been doing incredible work in the short film industry from the past decade. From bringing amazing short films from different parts of the world under the common umbrella […]

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