Saturday, October 15, 2011

Highlights of the Singapore Teddy Bear Show!

Good morning my friends, as promise yesterday here's are some of the highlights of the bear show next week. I have already seeked permission from the organiser to share these here =) For more information, you may join the Singapore Teddy Bear Show Facebook Fan Page.

Come and meet these artists and retailers at the forthcoming Singapore Teddy Bear Show.

Fabian Song discover his love for the art of teddy bear making in early 1996. Today, he is one of the rare few local pioneer artists who have earned recognition through International awards. Amongst the various accolades, Fabian’s achievements include winning the Toby Award, Public’s Choice and Industry’s Choice more than once, as well as the prestigious Golden George (Germany) twice.
So sit in with Fabian for a creative demo session and pick up the knowledge and techniques in teddy bear making.

Introducing Christopher
… the latest family member in the long list of exclusives from Steiff and FAO Schwarz. These 2 legendary companies have been partners for more than a century.

So it’s only fitting that we continue this tradition with Christopher, The Sailor Bear. Made of genuine mohair and holding an adorable felt sailboat, Christopher is a classic toy that will be handed down for generation after generation. Start a new family tradition – or continue a time-honored one – by adding Christopher to your collection or giving him as a gift.

Size : 25cm
Colour : Blond
Retail price : S$290
Special show price : S$190
Only 10 pieces are available at The Singapore Teddy Bear Show 2011

Ping Ping has been a Preschool Principal for over two decades. She founded Mothergoose Child Development Centre in Singapore since 1987 and has spent part of her time over the past 12 years in China setting up preschools; to bring early childhood education to the locals as well as the expatriate families residing in Shanghai and Suzhou.

Having attended dance and music lessons from an early age, Ping Ping's interest in the creative and literary arts grew throughout her career. She has attended various storytelling workshops by international speakers as well as well acclaimed storytellers in Singapore. Ping Ping has volunteered her time in storytelling at several National Libraries to promote the passion and importance of listening to and telling stories to young children.

It is with joy and enthusiasm that she is looking forward to share some stories with you in the forthcoming Teddy Bear Show.

In celebration of the 5th anniversary, visitors to The Singapore Teddy Bear Show 2011 get to purchase these show teddies at just $5 each. You may doll up the teddy and personalize it by adding messages on the bear's tee, or decorate with accessories to make it special for your love ones.


  1. Yeah! We will sure have lotsa fun. Will share more pictures here after the show =)


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