Teenage Dance Challenge 2018 Is Back – Register Now!

29 Jun 2018 by Teenage

Calling all hip-hop crews and K-pop hopefuls to the dancefloor – Teenage Dance Challenge is back for its 8th edition! Round up your squad and form a group of three to 10 members to participate in the most thrilling dance-off yet. Bust out your best head-spinning, body-popping moves in the Street Dance category (Open and Rookie), or give your favourite K-pop acts a run for their money by recreating their killer dance routines in the K-pop Dance Cover category.

(♫ English/K-pop)

  • Street Dance (Open Category) – Open to aged 13 to 25 years old
  • Street Dance (Rookie Category) – Open to aged 13 to 16 years old

(♫ K-pop)

  • K-pop Dance cover – Open to aged 13 to 25 years old

Date: 22 September 2018

Date: 13 October 2018

Ready to battle it out for the crowning glory? Register now! Registration closes on 21 September 2018. 

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Netflix binge-watching just got even more pawfect!

Surveys show that most people watch Netflix with their dogs by their side, which is not surprising since a fur-bundled often makes the best cuddle buddy! Combining your favourite pastime and your favourite animal, SOSD is hosting an exciting dog adoption drive this April. There will be an exciting lineup of activities to look forward to, including a picnic-style screening of Benji under the stars!

Whether you’re up for treating your four-legged bud to a night out, or looking to take in another lifelong friend, Netflix and Woof is the place to be. What’s more, you will get an exclusive goodie bag consisting of a picnic mat for the screening, goodies for your pet, and a three-month Netflix subscription so you can #NetflixandWoof at home!

Check out the event details below:

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Netflix & Woof
Date: 28 April 2018
Time: 4pm to 7.30pm (adoption drive) and 7.30pm to 9pm (screening under the stars)
Venue: 50 Tanjong Rhu Place
Ticket prices: $15 per adult (12 and above)

Head here to register. Limited to one sign up per adult, but kids and pets attend for free. Registration is limited to the first 200 signups.

We’d ruff to see you there!

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Whether you’re a curious hobbyist or an unstoppable science geek, you’ll want to secure a spot at the first-of-its-kind Future Food euglena workshop held at the Singapore Science Centre. Just in time for the March holidays, this one-day event allows you to explore the fascinating world of euglena. Ready to play mad scientist?

Here, you get to see, feel and taste euglena – a single-celled micro-organism that might just help to save the planet. Despite being only 0.05mm in length (it’s thinner than a strand of hair!), this wonder microalga packs a punch; it exhibits both plant- and animal-like characteristics, which means it has the ability to move around and reproduce rapidly with water and light for sustenance. Plus, it contains a whopping 59 different vitamins, minerals and amino acids, making it a potent element in superfoods, cosmetics and possibly jet fuel in the future.

Future Food Euglena Workshop Singapore Science Centre

But the future ain’t too far away, as you can now learn more about euglena at this upcoming workshop. To ensure that you get the best experience, you’ll be assisted by top-notch Japanese researchers so rest assured you’ll be in good hands. Be sure to sign up ASAP as spots are limited!

Future Food euglena Workshop
Venue: Singapore Science Centre, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
Date: 10 March 2018
Time: 10am – 12pm (20 pax), 1.30pm – 3.30pm (20 pax), 4pm – 6pm (20 pax)

Register here.


Relive The Final Showdown Of NYP Groove! 2018

29 Jan 2018 by Teenage

The Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) Open House was bustling with various activities, but the NYP Groove! 2018 Finals was definitely the highlight that stole the show on 6 January 2018. It was an intense battle to the finish as a total of 15 talented dance crews from the Secondary School and ITE categories tore up the stage with their fiercest choreographies.


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Drawing a massive crowd of cheering spectators, the atmosphere was explosive as all eyes were on the finalists to see which team would eventually emerge victorious as the overall champions. Dressed to impress in their streetwear finest and rocking killer makeup, each team brought plenty of swag to the stage – jaw-dropping formations, foot-stomping moves, epic hair whips and all. A couple of teams even went the extra mile of incorporating special props into their choreography, but we gotta give kudos to ITE category finalist K-East for cleverly plugging NYP midway through the routine. Way to leave an impression!


While each group was amazing in their own right, it was NAEKADIZE and K-East who ultimately came out tops for the Secondary School Category and ITE Category respectively. Huge congratulations to all the winners of NYP Groove! 2018!

Winners (Secondary School Category)


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1st Runner Up: Alpha Nutz

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2nd Runner Up: Double JMN

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Winners (ITE Category)

Winner: K-East


1st Runner Up: Mischiefs

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2nd Runner Up: East Squad

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We can’t wait for NYP Groove! 2019 already!

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What You Missed At Teenage Campus Run 2018

23 Jan 2018 by Teenage

It’s a wrap for this year’s Teenage Campus Run! From 4 to 6 January 2018, we headed down to Nanyang Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Polytechnic and Temasek Polytechnic to join in the Open House festivities, and boy was it an absolute blast. Follow us as we recap what went down at the various Teenage booths. Let’s go!

#1 Dart you dare?


We’ve had our booths all set up and there were lots of freebies up for grabs, from yummy snacks to free skincare samples. But getting their hands on ’em wasn’t easy; we challenged our visitors to a game of darts which would then decide which activity they were to complete, depending on the coloured zones their dart landed on. Plenty hit the bullseye though, which allowed them to choose any activity they desired – targets locked!

#2 Trying their hand out at Japanese


Have a flair for Japanese? Our visitors had loads of fun trying their hand out at writing Japanese characters using our batch of Pentel pens, and can we just say they’re super kawaii? Taking home an awesome swag bag while picking up a new language (sorta)? Not bad of a deal!

#3 Race to lace


Those were merely a warm-up, here’s the real challenge: those who picked the blue zone were tasked to race their fellow pal to lace up the SKECHERS DLT-A kicks in the fastest amount of time, and things got real intense. Some lucky peeps even managed to score themselves SKECHERS vouchers by subscribing to our mailing list! How easy was that?

#4 Ready for your close-up?

Etude House


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Free makeover, anybody? Leave it to ETUDE HOUSE’s makeup crew to get our visitors all dolled up and looking glowin’ for the new school year ahead. Just take a look at these gorgeous ladies!

#5 Goodie bags galore


After completing the activities, our visitors got to take home their very own Teenage swag bag, which included a set of beauty press nails from MUSE & Co. – just in time to get your digits glammed up for the upcoming Valentine’s Day or Chinese New Year – along with a slew of other awesome goodies from Hello Panda, Lotte Pepero, Nivea, Pentel, SKECHERS and THEFACESHOP.

#6 Skincare woes solved!


Aside from the goodie bags, we also gave away free skincare samples from Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula which has a wide range of solutions for every skin type. Whether you have oily complexion or plagued with acne-ridden skin, this dermatology brand has all your skincare woes covered. Hello beautiful!

#7 Say cheese!

Teenage Campus Run 2018

We’ve had an amazing time with everyone who popped by our booth to say hi, and of course, we weren’t gonna let ’em go without snapping a picture for keepsake. Check out all the happy faces who struck their best poses with our adorable photo props courtesy of our generous sponsors and partners!

While we were busy at our booths, we also didn’t forget to soak in the Open House vibes. Each polytechnic provided an entirely different experience, so follow us as we recap what went down at the different campuses.

Nanyang Polytechnic


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The moment we stepped into NYP, it was already bustling with potential students all eager to get a glimpse of the vibrant campus life. There were lots of activities going on, but the highlight of NYP Open House was definitely the explosive performances put up by NYP talents. And of course, gotta give a shoutout to our ‘lion city kia’ Shigga Shay for delivering an epic set as always!

Republic Polytechnic


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At RP Open House, there were plenty of opportunities for you to take part in activities and try out their equipment at the various course booths, which gave students a firsthand experience of what it’s really like to be an RP student. Think immersing yourself in virtual reality, piloting a legit drone, and watching robots in action!

Singapore Polytechnic

What really set SP apart is the accessibility of transport with Dover MRT right at the doorstep. Upon stepping out of the station, we were immediately greeted by a line of friendly faces ready to welcome you into the campus. And you just couldn’t help but feed off their infectious energy!

Temasek Polytechnic


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From crafting chocolate, to making our own slime (it’s 2018, but we ain’t letting slime die!), to realising our pilot dreams in an actual flight simulator, there was hardly a dull moment at TP Open House. Aside from the array of workshops available, we also got to meet TP’s social robot Bobbie while we were exploring the campus grounds. Hey TP, can we adopt him please?

Replay the highlights: 

See you guys next year for Teenage Campus Run 2019!




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