Exclusive Discount: The General Company

Our country celebrates fifty years of independence come August 9 and since 2015 marks our Golden Jubilee, it’s an extra special month for Singapore! To celebrate much happiness, The General Company has very generously offered a sweet 10% discount off ALL WORKSHOPS this August 2015.

The General Company’s got some interesting leather craft, wood work, concrete casting, screen printing and leather stitching workshops that look really fun. Would be awesome spending a lazy weekend afternoon making beautiful things with your other half or your BFF, methinks 🙂

Also, check out my interview with the engaging Irwin Lim of The General Company, who shared that TGC was established with the basic principles of good design and craftsmanship in mind. Apart from stocking a well-curated selection of quality crafted brands, TGC is essentially a platform for young emerging crafters and makers to present their wares via pop-ups and installations.

As purveyors of the traditional artisan movement, TGC organizes workshops where you can put yourself in the shoes or rather hands of master crafters and be guided through their thought and design processes. Also, you will further appreciate the beauty of crafted goods, as well as, get your hands dirty in making your very own personalized items.


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With a focus on craft and all things well designed, TGC brings you through a journey to better understand the products you love, appreciate their design and even adding your own elements and spin to them. Their motto: “Don’t just buy things, experience them.”

Click here now to check out their website and use NINGTHING as the code upon checkout for your special discount!



TEL : +65 8444 5589









Ning Cai is a Singapore Literature Prize nominated author, who was also long listed for the Epigram Books Fiction Prize in 2016. A bestselling writer, she is also recognised for her illusionist/ escapologist stage character Magic Babe Ning, and recognised by Channel News Asia as South East Asia's first professional female magician.

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