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Temasek Club Indian New Year Lunch at Spices – 8th April 2017

Date: Saturday, 8th April 2017
Venue: Spices Indian Restaurant, Pennant Hills
Time: 12.30pm – 3pm

To celebrate the diversity of Singapore, we are holding a special Indian New Year Lunch with a menu specially created for our members and their guests. There’s only limited tickets available for the event, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Spices Indian Restaurant is located at 376 Pennant Hills Rd, Pennant Hills NSW 2120, If you’re taking public transportation, its only 350m from Pennant Hills Station.

Parking: Drop off and parking is available at Fisher Avenue council car park, at back of restaurant. No restrictions on parking after 12:30pm on Saturday. Access to Restaurant is only from Pennant Hills road.

Location Map:

Members: $30 Adult, $25 Child

Non-Members: $35 Adult, $30 Child

* Child ticket for kids aged 4 to 15

Free for kids aged 3 and below

Members should use steps below to register while Non-Members register on Eventbrite.

Advance payment necessary.

For Members:

Step 1: Send an e-mail to with Indian New Year as the Subject

Step 2: Inform us the number of places you wish to book (including children and their ages)

Step 3: We will confirm prices and issue you a Booking Number

Step 4: Transfer your payment to the Temasek Club account via bank transfer and quote the Booking Number

Step 5: We will confirm booking once we have received your transfer

For Non-Members:
If you are not a member, please register via public access eventbrite site

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Queries: If you have any queries, please contact us.

Membership privileges: Are you a non-member? Or is your membership expiring? Members get exclusive member discounts on events organised by Temasek club, E-mail us at
See you there!

Best wishes,
The Temasek Club Executive Committee

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Celebrate CNY with us at $5 per person only!

Usher in the Year of the Rooster with a difference with us! For only $5 per person, enjoy a sumptuous Singapore-style buffet and Lohei, as well as loads of fun activities! What’s more, all proceeds will go towards charity! Register now to “chope” you tickets!

Overseas Singaporean Unit and Temasek Club (NSW) Inc. are proud to present Chinese New Year Family Day Sydney 2017– a festival of family get-together, food and activities!
To welcome more members and friends to this joyous occasion, this year’s event will be held in Optus Campus in Macquarie Park, which offers a splendid space for a massive reunion for families and friends. Expect a full banquet of Singapore-style buffet, preceded by our favourite Lo Heiof course! 

We’ve also lined up a series of fun-filled activities for both young and old, including:
– lion dance (kids get to try it out too!)
– ball pit
– face painting
– movie screening
– Chinese calligraphy try-out, and more!

The event is opened to all Singaporeans and Temasek Club members, if your membership has expired or going to expire, this is a great opportunity to renew or extend your membership! Just send your applications to!

Non-members who wish to attend the event will be required to provide their Singapore NRIC number for identification at the reception.

Event details
Venue: Optus Campus, 1 Lyonpark Rd, Macquarie Park NSW 2113
Event start: 11:30 am
Event end: 4:00 pm
Ticket pricing: $5 per person (all proceeds will go towards charity)

Contact Shuonan at 0476 179 006 or if you have any questions.

11:30am Guest Arrival
11:45am Arrival of Guest of Honour – His Excellency The High Commissioner of Singapore
11:50am Opening Speech by the Guest of Honour – His Excellency The High Commissioner of Singapore
12:00pm Gates Open
12:15pm Lo Hei
12:30pm Lunch
01:00pm Magic Performance / Concurrently: Ball Pool/Face Painting/Photo Booth/Lion-Dance Try-out/Chinese Calligraphy/Chinese Tea Tasting
01:30pm Movie Screening
03:00pm Lion Dance

See you there!

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Record turnout for Indian New Year TIFFIN 2015!

In which year was The Battle of Plassey fought? What is the ratio of the width of the Indian National Flag to its length?

Prizes didn’t come easy for our members and friends at our Indian New Year TIFFIN last Sunday at Abhi’s Indian Restaurant, for they had to first answer some questions related to India and its culture before claiming their win! But all went away smiling, thanks to our jocular host, Mr Viva Doraisingham, who ensured that the recipients got the right answers.

Temasek Club’s Indian New Year TIFFIN saw a record turnout of 80 members and friends, as well as a prize table overflowing with generous gifts and hampers from our sponsors. We thank you for your support and look forward to an even bigger and better TIFFIN next year! 

Tiffin Tempura style veg Tiffin prawns

Singapore High Commissioner to Australia Mr Burhan Gafoor was also at the luncheon with his family. He expressed his excitement seeing so many members and friends of different nationalities and backgrounds celebrating a cultural festival in true Singapore spirit.

Tiffin HC

More pictures on our Facebook page.

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Temasek Club Singapore Film Festival 2015

Date: 31 October 2015
Venue: Monkey Baa Theatre Company

About The Film Festival

SGFF film camera

Singapore’s film industry, though smaller than many others, is an emerging gem that is continually producing world class talent.  In 2013, Singapore produced its first Cannes winner (Camera d’Or award) with the film Ilo Ilo. In 2014, 4 films are represented in the Cannes Festival.  Despite this, Singapore films remain conspicuously absent from the vibrant and thriving Sydney Art and Theatre community.

In launching the inaugural Singapore Film Festival (SGFF) Sydney, the organisers seek to address this by promoting to a Sydney audience what Singapore film makers have achieved in recent times while championing home grown Singapore talent.  While the organisers are enthusiastic and keen to see this project succeed, this cannot be achieved without suitable support of additional resources that would come from outside sponsors.

Sydney, a thriving showcase for International Films

Unknown to many, Sydney is one of five appointed cities in the world that is part of the UNESCO City of film. The UNESCO Creative Cities Network is a network aims at developing international cooperation among cities to promote cultural diversity and sustainable urban development. It brings together 69 cities from 32 countries that have identified creativity as a strategic factor for sustainable urban development.

Film is, and has always been, a core part of Sydney’s vibrant culture. The film industry welcomes cinema of all cultures and aim to promote diversity beyond its territory. The large density of film festivals as well as partnerships with other cities throughout Australia characterizes Sydney’s film scene. A total of 19 festivals (inclusive of special interest groups) are scheduled to take place this year within the Sydney region.

A showcase of Singapore Films and Talents

This festival aims to captivate the interest of various communities and groups centred around the movie enthusiast Replica Handbags, people who are interested in Singapore and expatriates who have returned from Singapore, as well as the wider community who are interested in understanding more about Singapore, its evolving culture and growing heritage.

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