All images by Zachary Tang unless otherwise stated. Constructive discussions on faith and ethnicity can be tough when folks lack an understanding of cultural practices. So for this entire month, we’re exploring the history and use of religious artefacts across different religions in
All images by Zachary Tang unless otherwise stated. This article on Hindu religious artefacts is part of a series that explores the history and use of religious artefacts across different religions in Singapore. One of the many puja items in Hinduism.
All images by Feline Lim. “When I was doing the sums on how much sales I’m making,” Justin Lin, 31, says, “I was like, ‘Wait, I only made $50 bucks today and I worked so hard last night? I gotta change my menu items or I gotta increase the prices.’” Justin is a trained sculptor
2020 has been a year of unprecedented change. As the world around us evolves, so, too, must words stretch and sometimes become wholly new, in order to capture the strange and curious things and experiences brought to us by the year. In the spirit of unbiased intellectual inquiry, RICE explains so
Top image: It me in 2020; Zachary Tang / RICE file photo. The year began with fireworks: charred carcasses of koalas dropping, still smoking, straight from their eucalyptus trees. The man roleplaying as America’s president almost started a nuclear war with Iran. Kobe Bryant died in a helicopte
All images courtesy of Azizul Kamal Shah. Azizul K is a participant in a study that researches the side effects of injecting Covid-19 antibodies into humans as a possible remedy for the coronavirus. He shares with us what motivated him to sign up for the medical trial, what his experience was li
Top image: Alya, fourth from left, in an overseas trip around the ASEAN region. Image: Alya Irdina Binte Salim. Most young Singaporeans who undertake work attachments or internships expect to spend their time in a glass-and-steel skyscraper in the CBD, hovering silently just outside the orbit of
Intimates All images by Zachary Tang. Top image: Wan Ridyaton posing in The Brass Barre, a pole dancing studio located at Orchard Central. The moment Wan Ridyaton’s hand makes contact with the cool steel of the pole at The Brass Barre, her face relaxes, the muscles in her body tighten in anticipation, an