Here’s what happened when we partied with more than 30,000 Burmese folks in the middle of City Hall, and went on stage with their equivalent of Taufik Batisah.
Alternative tobacco products have been scientifically proven to help smokers quit. Yet many, including some regulators around the world, continue to oppose them. So we put together a primer on what exactly these products are, and how they’ve offered a way out to smokers elsewhere.
Every Chinese New Year, the CBD empties out. It grows quiet, reminding us that without people, it is nothing more than concrete and steel. Which made us wonder: in the same way that these buildings serve no purpose without us, who are we without them? Without our obsessions with the rat race? Withou
For years, Blujaz Cafe has been a cornerstone of Singapore’s jazz scene, being one of the only venues where young musicians can perform free of judgment. Unfortunately, its public entertainment license has been cancelled, marking the end of an era. In its final days as a live music venue, a young
You know the debate about whether creatives are born, or made? Meet Ammar. He’s living proof that stardom is innate. In a world designed for able-bodied people, where we often have expectations about how people with disabilities should fit into society, Ammar vows that he won’t be your sob story.
As more Singaporeans seek to adopt a furry companion, a noticeable rise in pet abandonment and abuse cases indicates a growing need for animal welfare. An independent animal rescue volunteer, Wati’s life revolves around advocating for responsible pet ownership, as she strives to find the foreve
Recently, a growing number of seniors have been found to be living alone, and along with it comes a worrying statistic: in 2020, the suicide rate for seniors reached a record high. To help them feel a little less alone, Kien Ling has made it a point to spend time with these seniors, and she share
Kids from low-income backgrounds don’t compete on an equal footing with those who come from privilege – this is an uncomfortable truth that is not discussed enough. Stephanie believes that one step to correcting social inequality starts with literacy, and she has made it her personal mission
Singapore, Unfiltered With rising COVID-19 infections in September, the sentiment on the ground is divided: some Singaporeans have been confused by the government’s mixed signals, while others think we should cut them some slack. But the question remains: are we ready to embrace Covid-19 as endemic? Can Singaporeans r
Warm meals and warmer greetings are what individuals receive at Krsna’s Free Meals, a soup kitchen in the heart of Little India. For over 1 and a half years, Dutch volunteer Sabine has been spending her Friday mornings at Krsna’s, where she takes pride in serving food from the heart to our