A new height of 21,000 people came together to celebrate ‘Home’, carpeting Speaker’s Corner at Hong Lim Park with iridescent pink lights.
Singapore, June 29, 2013 – Marking its milestone fifth edition, Pink Dot tonight saw an unprecedented 21,000 families, friends andmembers of Singapore’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community, taking a stand in support of the Freedom to Love. Carpeting Speaker’s Corner at Hong Lim Park with a profusion of pink lights from torches and mobile phones, this was the strongest-yet turnout, with 6,000 more participants compared to last year’s 15,000.
With the theme of ‘Home’, partly in tribute to the heartfelt national song composed by Dick Lee, this year’s Pink Dot – the second night event of its kind – continues efforts begun in 2009 to celebrate inclusivity and diversity among Singapore’s straight and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender … Read More »
It’s the people that make a home.
Since 2011, Pink Dot has welcomed LGBT-friendly groups in Singapore to Hong Lim Park to make one big happy family. This Saturday, we have 21 community groups gathered under one roof. Most of these groups are run by volunteers who give their time and energy to making the world a better, warmer place. Meet them, say hello – and give them a big ol’ hug for being such wonderful people.
3rd Asia Pacific Outgames
Between May 10 to 16, 2014, the tropical city of Dariwn, Australia will play host to the 3rd Asia Pacific Outgames. With seven days to celebrate sports, culture and human rights, new categories like Basketball, Dragon Boat and Roller Derby will be introduced alongside 15 other sports categories. Registrations are open already and an Early Bird registration fee (discounted rate) is available … Read More »
Free Pink Dot decals to giveaway! Put them up on your cars and shop windows and spread the love for Pink Dot 2014! Pick them up at any of the following locations. Limited stocks available, so hurry!
78 YONG SIAK STREET #01-12, SINGAPORE 163078
32A PAGODA STREET, SINGAPORE 059191
Orchardgateway, #03-18 277, Orchard Road, SINGAPORE 238858
17 JALAN PINANG SINGAPORE 199149
13A TRENGGANNU STREET, SINGAPORE 058467
200 Turf Club Road, PasarBella Stall 70, The Grand Stand, SINGAPORE 287994
1 Fullerton Rd, SINGAPORE 049213
CHAN HAMPE GALLERIES
328 NORTH BRIDGE ROAD, #01-20/21 RAFFLES HOTEL ARCADE, SINGAPORE 188719
CHECK IN BAR
235 SOUTH BRIDGE ROAD, SINGAPORE 058784
COWS AND COOLIES
30 Mosque St, Singapore 059508
285 NEW BRIDGE ROAD, SINGAPORE 088755
DEPARTMENT OF CAFFEINE
5 DUXTON RD, SINGAPORE 089481
41 NEIL ROAD, SINGAPORE 088824
57 NEIL ROAD, SINGAPORE 088893
EIGHT CAFE & BAR
8 BUKIT PASOH ROAD, SINGAPORE 089822
47 DUXTON ROAD, SINGAPORE 089511/td>
FREE COMMUNITY CHURCH
56 Lorong … Read More »
1. With white LED torch light
LED torchlights can be bought at places like Daiso, Army Market, Home-Fix, NTUC, 7-11, etc.
Pink cellophane paper can be bought at stationery shops like Popular ($1.80), Art Friend, Spotlight, etc. Remember to check that the light created by the cellophane paper is really pink, by testing with your phone’s LED light or by bringing your torchlight along.
Either cut a small piece of cellophane paper and wrap it around the torchlight with a rubber band.
Test the torchlight by shining it on white surface. Try not to look into it as it may hurt your eyes.
2. LED light of mobile phones
Download an app that allows the LED light to be turned on manually. For Android:https://play.google.com/store/search?q=led&c=apps For iPhone http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/led-light-for-iphone-4-free/id379753015?mt=8
Use adhesive tape to tape a small piece of pink cellophane paper in front of the LED light of the mobile phone.
Remember … Read More »