Enjoy a Eurasian Christmas Feast at home and discover this heritage cuisine with an online talk on Friday Dec 18 from 6:30-7:15pm

SPC Gourmet Special is back!

If you missed the Peranakan Taster Meal in October, don't miss this.

Eurasian Christmas Feast & 45-minute Online Talk

by Chef Lionel Chee

Friday I 18 December 2020 I 6:30 - 7:15pm

Terms & Conditions
  • As this is a curated event menu, Chef Lionel is unable to take any special requests beyond the above menu options.
  • Orders close on Monday, December 14, to give Chef Lionel time to purchase ingredients and prepare this special off-the-main-menu group meal. 
  • Should you wish to reduce or cancel your order, we suggest requesting to send it to someone else as a treat as refunds (less credit card charges) would not be possible after 14 December. Change of delivery address will be accepted up to 17 December.

Should you have any questions, please email Singapore Press Club at secretariat@pressclub.org.sg

Socially-distanced Networking Lunch Specials!

Join our tables of 5 at Novotel@stevens restaurants to be held on wednesday, 9 Dec 2020 from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. 


Each of the 3 featured restaurants – Winestone, In Piazza, The Gyu Bar, all at Novotel@stevens, are offering specially curated set menus for our members.  

So invite your Press Club friends or colleagues for a lovely lunchtime get-together to catch up on that face-to-face networking you’ve been missing out this year! 

You can also sign up solo and we’ll seat you with other participating Press Club members.   

Check this webpage for more details (link).

Singapore Press Club participates in World Press Clubs Alliance for Climate conference – video on Singapore’s Climate Change actions and initiatives

The Press Club Brussels Europe, which currently holds the presidency of the International Association of Press Clubs (IAPC), organised on 23 Oct 2020 a unique event in partnership with press clubs around the world – the longest ever online conference (24 hours in 24 time zones) focusing on positive climate action and innovations.

The Singapore Press Club accepted an invitation to participate in the initiative, called the World Press Clubs Alliance for Climate. We presented a 15-minute video on what Singapore is doing to tackle the challenges posed by climate change, and the role the media can play.

We are pleased that the video was commissioned through the Press Club’s recently launched Freelancer Network, in partnership with the National Youth Achievement Award Council.

The video was broadcast on 23 Oct 2020 and can be viewed at  www.worldpressclubsallianceforclimate.com.

You can also view it on the Singapore Press Club’s YouTube channel https://youtu.be/HRaIwl5QmxE.

Have a look at our video and check out the Climate Change scenes, actions and initiatives in Singapore and around the world.

Video Presented by:  Singapore Press Club

In partnership with: National Youth Achievement Awards Council

Video Produced by: Mr. Manimaran Govindasamy, a member of Singapore Press Club Freelancer Network

Copyrighted SPH pictures in video and here, used with permission thanks to The Straits Times.


Essential vs non-essential

Singapore Press Club - Institute of Public Relations of Singapore Webinar

Essential vs non-essential:

the value of media, PR and marketing professionals during this pandemic

Singapore Press Club and Institute of Public Relations of Singapore are delighted to invite you to our upcoming webinar event being held on Thursday, 16th July 2020 11am to 12 noon

This online panel discussion will dissect the uproar last month over social media managers/PR specialists, creatives and business professionals being listed as “non-essential” jobs when in fact, these roles are more relevant than ever to corporates and the community. Panelists will discuss the recent story against the backdrop of media/marcomms-related challenges faced during this pandemic and ways to tackle them.

Event details

Date: 16th July 2020 (Thursday)

Time: 11am to 12noon


  • Moderator: Ms Lau Joon-Nie, Vice President, Singapore Press Club  & Director, Asia, World Association of News Publishers
  • Mr. Justin Fong, Honorary Treasurer, IPRS & Director, Corporate Communications at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
  • Mr. Oo Gin Lee, Managing Director GLOO PR Pte Ltd (former veteran tech journalist for 15 years)
  • Dr. Natalie Pang, Senior Lecturer & Principal Investigator, NUS Department of Communications and New Media, NUS Centre for Trusted Internet and Community

This event is FREE and is by invitation only, however registration is essential to secure your place.

Please click to register.
Any issues with registration please email secretariat@pressclub.org.sg

Knowledge Webinar: Freelance Work – what are the intellectual property implications?

This short interactive webinar hosted by Singapore Press Club and presented by Dr. Stanley Lai, Senior Counsel and Partner at Allen & Gledhill, will discuss IP (intellectual property) issues that can arise in the course of offering and engaging freelance work, over a range of different activities (e.g. writing, copy-editing, voice overs, drawings, graphics, etc.).   Participants can look forward to a discussion of the following topics:
  1. Basic principles of copyright law that apply to freelance work
  2. To what extent can you reproduce, communicate and publish content that derives from third parties or social media.
  3. Contracts. – what are the common pitfalls for freelance workers.
Click this link for more details of the topics and speaker of this Webinar that was held on Tuesday, 16 June 2020 at 4.30pm. Click this link to watch the webinar video. Click this link to the presentation deck 
For more information about Singapore Press Club’s Freelancer Network, you can check out this link