Top Image: Harli Marten on Unsplash. It’s difficult to talk about the climate crisis. Even in Singapore, an island nation where the effects of rising sea levels, shaky food security, and drying of water resources will have an outsized impact, we aren’t discussing the climate crisis nearly
What do you think is most disruptive to Singapore’s work and economic landscape? Let us know! Every culture has a symbolic creation myth. Similarly, every family has a quasi-factual founding legend. In my family, this mythos takes the shape of my grand-uncle, back in the ‘40s. As the sto
When I was 10, Saturday Night was Family Movie Night. Ritualistically, we would gather around the TV after dinner, flip to Channel 5, and watch whatever movie our Programming Overlords had decided to screen for us that evening. In this manner, I discovered the beautiful tale known as The Pursuit of
Alright, confession time. I had not actually watched a single episode of Nuseir Yassin’s minute-long video blog before deciding that I didn’t like them—the videos, the concept, and Nuseir himself. The constant stream of online vitriol, from friends and strangers alike, was sufficient to hurry
Licking the spoon clean, I savour the smooth, slightly sweet, cream cheese paste, which contrasts nicely against the firm crack of flavourful sausage casing that I bite into a moment later. These are Bibeleskaes and Knackwurst, two foods native to the historic Alsace region of France. After tasti
By now, we have reached the final stage of grief over Game of Thrones: acceptance. This is why I watched Endgame right after I caught the final episode of Thrones; to take the edge off my disappointment. Yet here I sit after both experiences, feeling equally let down. Why exactly were these geek events so bad?