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As Singaporean actors made their glamorous debut on the Hollywood red carpetfor upcoming movie Crazy Rich Asians earlier this week, something marred the event: Errors in Singapore’s tourism logo on the backdrop.
In photos that have now circulated around the world, it is evident that there are at least two errors on the board situated just behind where the stars stop to pose for pictures.
Singapore on the sign looks like it is spelt with a C – thus reading “Sincapore” – while the word “possible” in the Lion City’s tourism tagline Passion Made Possible is missing an “i”.
(read more: The Strait Times)
otorcyclists who want an estimate of how long their journey may take will no longer have to rely on pure guesswork.
A new “motorbike mode” launched on Google Maps on Wednesday (July 18) will help provide routes that avoid roads restricted for motorcycles and use landmarks to make routes more memorisable.
The feature will also deliver more accurate travel times based on motorbike speeds. Google has already launched this feature in Indonesia on March 2018.
(Read More: The Strait Times)