Seouly Missed

From pancakes and padlocks to katsu and cats, South Korea’s capital serves up plenty to see in a short amount of time, Gerard Ward finds. No matter how many times you practice, no matter how...

ANZA Tours – What to Expect in 2021

Wondering what’s in store for ANZA Tours in 2021? Kristen Hobby from the Tours Committee reveals the exciting line-up of activities planned for next year.

Click’s COVID Captures

The talented ANZA Click! Photography group are capturing this eerie moment in time through their lenses.

From Pitch to Book Launch

Helle Norup launches her debut middle grade novel, The Missing Barbegazi at the AFCC festival.

Expat Tips for a Successful Repatriation

Thinking about heading home sooner or later? Two of ANZA’s favourite freelance writers tell us how they’re coping with the ups and downs of repatriation from Singapore to Melbourne and Singapore (via Bali) to the Netherlands.

Climate: When Departure Means Arrival

Ken Hickson, climate change consultant, advisor and six-time author including The ABC of Carbon and Race for Sustainability looks at Singapore’s place in climate departure. In travel terms, we know exactly the difference between arrivals...

In the Eye of the Beholder

Redeeming her husband’s charity prize draw trip from the 2016 ANZA Black Tie Ball, Lauren Brown experiences Javanese beauty. A holiday in a luxurious five-star resort for two nights, three days for two, with...

What’s on: Jan-Feb

Your guide to all the events, entertainment and sports action in Singapore this January and February.

Host a Petite Pink event in October

During October, Casual Coffee is teaming up with ANZA Action and inviting you to host a Petite Pink event in a small group, in support of Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

Interview: Cameron MacDonald

Picking up the iconic character of Roger in Singapore’s first performance of Rent, Cameron MacDonald tells us what to expect from the longstanding musical about New York’s East Village in the early ‘90s. So you’ve...