PRECIOUS RUBS – CASEY CHEN $12.00
To create an eraser from a brief that says “worthy of envy”, what can be more straightforward than having a big carat of cut diamond. Erasers are only used when mistakes are made and careless mistakes can be very costly. This eraser reminds people that mistakes can be expensive and that sometimes the cost of an error is priceless.
Who says that diamonds are forever?
SG NOTEBOOKS (SET OF 3) – ATAS $10.00
The SG notebooks are a set of small and handy notebooks that highlight the use of our colloquial English. Each notebook revolves around a familiar local environment that has contributed significantly to the rise of Singlish vocabulary.
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Sold OutSINGAPORE SKYLINE CUSHION – ESPLANADE $19.00
Singapore skyline cushion is a series of five double-sided pillows. One side shows the Singapore icon by the waterfront; the other side displays a different perspective. Collect all five pillows and line them up on your couch to form the iconic Singapore skyline. One of Singapore’s most distinctive architectural pieces, the esplanade is known colloquially as “the durian”.
A project with the Singapore tourism board.
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THE AWAKENING (SET OF 5) – DONNA ONG $25.00
Each card contains a hidden wish, hope, or dream that is symbolically represented by a pair of delicate wings. When a card is bought, written, and given to another, the wings take flight and “come to life” — physically transported by air or sea as well as immaterially from the page into the mind and thoughts of the receiver. Card covers in these 5 emotions: sorry, thank you, congratulations, condolences, love.
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THE GOLDILOCKS LAH! – CASEY CHEN $16.00
Singlish has been and still is one of the most entertaining “languages” used and never fails to help visitors better understand our local culture. The Goldilocks Lah re-writing by Casey Chen, using Singlish to retell the classic stories. The Singlish titles by the author have been very well received. More than 10,000 copies sold locally since the first book was published in 2013.
The Goldilocks Lah, although is based on a children’s fairy tale, is “not suitable for children” due to its use of graphic language and broken English. The author exaggerated its use to show how funny Singlish can be. You can read about Goldilocks’ experiences with the 3 wolves in the book.
The Goldilocks Lah deviates slightly from the original story of the bears. Casey’s reason for using the wolves is a continuation of his first 2 titles. The Three Little Pigs Lah and The Red Riding Hood Lah have the same wolf “performing” and this time, you will find that the wolf is not the bad guy and also a chance to meet his family!
999 in stock
THE RED RIDING HOOD LAH! – CASEY CHEN $16.00
With a modern and Singlish spin, the Red Riding Hood Lah is the second Singlish classic created in conjunction with sg50 – Singapore’s 50th national day.
Written in Singapore by Casey Chen
* warning: this book contains broken English. Parental guidance suggests.
999 in stock
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS LAH – CASEY CHEN $16.00
The Three Little Pigs Lah is the first Singlish classic depicting the classic story of the Three Little Pigs in Singlish slang and modern Singapore.
Written in Singapore by Casey Chen.
* warning: this book contains broken english. Parental guidance suggests.
999 in stock
THE THREELOGY LAH! – CASEY CHEN $45.00
This complete collection of Singlish fairy tales (or Singlish Classics as we called it) by Casey Chen consists of:
- The Three Little Pigs Lah (2013)
- The Red Riding Hood Lah (2015)
- The Goldilocks Lah (2018)
All in a beautiful and iconic box set now!
992 in stock