Peps Goh is the professional stuntman who founded Sandbox Training Ground to train others in stunt work and fight choreography. But survival (in more ways than one) might be the hardest stunt yet for the new dad, especially in an industry that casts them aside as expendable objects.
Amongst Us “Whenever people hear that you're studying Chinese, the first response would be a very shocked one." In an English-educated society where the relevancy of Chinese is dwindling, what are the challenges and experiences of students learning the language? Are they sufficiently equipped to apprecia3:31
Amongst Us Despite garnering the strong support of over 10,000 followers on his account, John continues to see the ugly side of the Internet: haters. He tells us what he thinks it takes to block the hate out, and seek true fame.9:18
Amongst Us ‘European’ but also ‘Asian,’ what constitutes ‘culture’ for the Eurasian ethnicity? Branyo, a social dance often accompanied by the Kristang song ‘Jinkli Nona’, is one tradition that Veron Ann wishes to continue with her children, in hopes that they will be more in touch with thei3:31
Going on overseas student exchange trips—is this actually accessible to all? For one SMU student, her family’s financial circumstances are a daily reminder of the practical sacrifices she has to make while her peers enjoy the luxury of choice.
Music producer. Bass guitar sessionist. Father. Colin Yong juggles all his roles with aplomb, but not without some thorny thoughts about the local music industry. Despite never making practical use of his Economics university degree, Colin’s perspective offers a pragmatic view of the socioeconomics at play in the music scene.