Park Eun Ji, 29, shows off her fabulous figure in see-through outfits she wears while reporting every day.
Artist Tricia Messeroux recreated celeb red carpet looks on children so realistically that people are shocked at how similar they look to the stars.
A local couple decided to sprinkle some spice into the wedding day when they got their friends to dress up in traditional samfu pantsuits and singlets.
8 of Singapore's first national servicemen trainers were at National Heritage Board to document their experiences.
Mascots were created to promote and bring luck to an organisation. Now they come in all shapes and sizes for every occasion.
Surrounding buildings were even torn apart from the impact caused by the destruction.
Ignoring his cries, the woman even twirled his body around while he hung upside down.
The dog later ran into a garage and triggered a fire inside.
Despite the controversy surrounding her, Sun Ho was listed in both the Most and Least Admired in the survey.
650 Hindu devotees carried kavadis at the Thaipusam festival to honour Hindu deity Lord Murugan.
Some of them tried to outrun the crowds but ended up getting swamped instead.
A way to grab the world's attention is by having a brand new 'do'. However, when some celebs go blonde, we wonder if they made the right choice.
A heart wrenching photo of 9-year-old Cong Cong doing homework in severe cold weather has touched the hearts of many people in China.
Sociologist Daniel Goh, lawyers Terence Tan & Dennis Tan, and engineer Redzwan Hafidz Abdul Razak spoke during by-election rallies.
Kpop star HyunA's school photo attracted incredible attention after it was released. Now, other stars' photos have been found and posted online.
The cats were trapped in 40 crates after the truck carrying them to Guangdong crashed and the driver was hospitalised.
An Nan was remembered for his hardworking attitude and kind heart. He worked so hard that he sometimes survived on as little as 2 hours sleep a day.
Meet folks with a passion for elevators, faux flying and animal head wearing. These folks have definitely caught our attention with their unique interests.
Flooding forced 18,000 people from their homes and halted business and government activities on Jan 17.
Putting aside the drama in the early part of the day, Mr Kenneth Jeyaretnam and the Reform Party focused on their "no more broken promises" theme.
With the Punggol East by-election happening on Jan 26, we take a trip down memory lane to look back at some of the more significant by-elections that happened since the 1960s.
She was carrying a small dog under her jacket but the man continued beating her up. He even grabbed her by the hair and dragged her down the busy street.
Young and old, these people took safety into their own hands and created their own preventive measures.
Education Minister Heng Swee Keat says the government outlined the concrete actions taken to address Singaporeans' concerns in the past 18 months.
These soldiers' live-action moments are captured in this photographic journey of their expeditions and training regimes.
Find out why Lance believes he and some of his teammates had to dope in order to win.
For almost a decade, Lance Armstrong was involved in a systematic doping ring that spanned several countries. How did it work?
Lance Armstrong opens up about his reckless behavior and his flaws that were magnified by fame.
Lance reveals why he decided to finally tell the truth.
For the first time since cyclist Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven titles and banned from elite competition, he sits down for a no-holds-barred interview.
It was a nice surprise for WP candidate to run into former school teacher.
About 30 waitresses and their manager performed synchronised acrobatic routines and passionate chants.
Artist Terry Border takes daily objects such as bananas and lighters, and turns them in cheeky characters caught up in kooky storylines.
He first started out as an artist dabbling in paint, then he 'soared' to success when he took photos of himself in gravity-defying and sometimes dangerous situations.
This mish-mash collection of offbeat moments show us just how humourous people can be - without even trying to be funny.
The UN described the Rohingya Muslims as among the world's most persecuted minorities.
The sight of a crippled man crawling on a big city street can be heartbreaking - until you realise that the 'crippled' beggar you just gave money to is not handicapped after all.
Participants rode the train fully dressed with the exception of pants.
Chinese visitors hurl snowballs at enclosed lions in Hangzhou zoo.
These days, people's attention are stuck to their smart gadgets. Check out what cool and creative ads the agencies came up with, to make people look up.
Despite on-going traffic, the two men started to throw punches and kicks at each other on a busy road in China after a heated motoring incident.
Former law student, Darinne Ko Wen Hui, is alleged to have slept with NUS law professor, Tey Tsun Hang, 41, on two occasions and given him gifts.
Nong Poy has been called "World's Most Beautiful Man" while Zee found fame as a male singer.
Netizens are shocked to see police officers watching two triad gangs fighting with wooden sticks instead of stopping them. At one point, the fight got so intense that they even knocked over the officer's motorbike.
A pretty teenager has been dubbed "Beautiful leg heroine" after she was caught on camera delivering a high-kick to a mentally unstable woman on the verge of suicide.
3 men break and enter home in the US.
The fright hit him so bad that he literally jumped backwards by a few metres. Then he even grabbed a table to 'protect' himself.
A collection of the best and most interactive optical illusions that have been created in the past year.
A BBC cameraman endured an attack from a hungry polar bear inside a 'perspex pod,' the on-ice equivalent of a shark cage.
A photograph of popular SNSD's Yuri getting ready for a performance has left netizens amazed by how toned her abs have become.
Here are some famous people whose faces ended up in the hall of shame. From possession of drugs to assault, this just shows us stars are just as human as the rest of us.
Lasalle graduate Lawrence Koh enthralls audiences with works of art he creates in just seconds by flicking and swishing fine sand around on a blank canvas.
These contestant hopefuls train and stretch their bodies to the limits to present another kind of beauty - the athletic type.
These maps show you more than where to go, doubling up as decorations for your home.
All in the name of fun, celebrities were subjected to "molestation" and even performed mock kisses with Dee Hsu ('Little S').
The woman was standing above a manhole when it exploded, sending her flying into the air.
Now, instead of harassing just the debtors, the loan sharks also send hell notes threatening harm to their neighbours.
Surveillance videos in Guangdong capture a drive-by theft of a puppy who is probably destined to be a delicacy in a hot-pot.
From baring underwear to just plain boring, these red carpet mishaps show that celebrities get it really wrong sometimes.
2012 was a year full of scandals that titillated Singaporeans' imagination. It was made even more so when the parties involved were high-ranking civil servants, teachers and notable citizens.
The police got suspicious and launched an investigation into the source of her money after she took pictures with cash amounting to $40,000.
A criminal was running from the police in a Shanghai subway station when an alert passer-by tripped him, causing him to fall.
As we celebrate the coming of 2013, let's not forget the moments of triumph and happiness in Singapore and the world.
Sexy K-pop star's seductive dance caused a popular South Korean composer's nose to bleed while they were performing together on TV.
With a group of young men, a leader of a Chinese village beat up a woman, while wielding a knife and shouting aggitatedly.
The former belongings of Ben Ali and 114 of his relatives are going under the hammer for a month.
The best and most epic photobombs of 2012, including the internet-famous 'stingray bomb.'
The 'stars' in these videos found themselves in unwanted limelight for getting involved in bus fights, assualts, thefts and other less-than-glorious moments.
It's that time of year again when snow blankets the ground in different countries around the world.
News is never complete without the off-beat moments. Let's take a look back at the headliners which made us look twice and scratch our heads.
From teenagers to middle-aged men, anybody can have their 15-minutes of fame or shame when their deeds end up being caught on camera.
The Ukrainian armed forces have a secret weapon - a contingent of deadly military personnel who knows how to disarm an enemy without breaking a nail.
A man arranged an elaborate flash mob to surprise his girlfriend with a marriage proposal on the Clarke Quay bridge.
These babies have made it on the front page because they are adorable and because of their famous parents - or in some cases, infamous.
Without careful planning, product placement could render an ad ineffective and waste advertising money. Sometimes, it can even turn a serious ad into a bundle of laughs.