Event Highlights

  • Talk and demonstration by Mr. Huang Sheng Hua from China
  • Memory skills demonstrations
  • INTER-VARSITY Sudoku Competition
  • Paper Plane Challenge
  • Green Glade (Hourly Activity Corner)
  • Showcase of training programmes/services, books and other mental literacy related products
  • Interactive Activities - Brain Sports, Brain Science & Virtual Reality, Brain Dietary, Brain Teaser and Eureka!
  • Lucky Draw
  • Food Trucks

Activity Sections

Brain Sports

Board Games Section

  • Scrabble
  • Chess
  • Checkers
  • Boggle
  • Mystery puzzles
Board games help the brain retain and build cognitive associations well into old age too. One of the primary benefits of playing board games is reducing the risk of cognitive decline, such as that associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Keeping your mind engaged means you are exercising it and building it stronger. A stronger brain has lower risks of losing its power.

  • Paper Airplane challenge
  • Puzzles
  • Building blocks
  • Stress therapy-colouring Mind tricks
  • Sudoku
  • Math Puzzles
Creativity is a marvel of the human mind. The mystery of the mind and its relations to the brain is being unraveled. At Eureka! You will be able to stretch and train your brain to the limit, you can train and test your memory or test your reflexes or even magnify your brain creativity and improve it.

Brain Science & Virtual Reality
  • How the brain works
  • Using right and left brain to create Virtual Reality
The human brain is an amazing and powerful tool. It allows us to learn, see, remember, hear, perceive, understand and create language. All professions have a compelling interest in how the brain works. The brain is the single most important structure in our bodies. As far as we can tell, the brain controls most of human thought and emotion.

Brain Teaser

What the brain ‘hears’

  • Visual language
  • Word Puzzles
  • Word Juztapoz
  • Riddles
  • Brainteasers
A specific part of the brain, the superior temporal gyros, is responsible for translating auditory signals into something the brain “hears.” Mapping how the brain processes sounds like plosives and fricatives could lead to better understanding of conditions such as dyslexia and autism, which involve problems encoding acoustic signals.

Brain Dietary

Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Qi Gong exercise
  • Chinese herbs
  • Health advice
  • Pulse reading
  • Scalp massage
A healthy mind involves harmony between the brain and spirit. You can enhance brain-spirit harmony with certain nutrients, herbs, food science and acupressure. A TCM practitioner can treat the organ systems and acupuncture points that benefit patterns of disharmony associated with memory, retention, recall, learning, growth, development, aging, trauma and stress