For millennials, TCM can sound like a lot of superstition and old wives’ tales. But can the younger Singaporeans entering the industry change our minds?
First there was Watain. And now, with Rachel Chan’s latest petition calling for a ban on even more metal bands, it seems like Singaporeans are still struggling to understand what the scene is really like. Can Glory, the quiet ASMR Doctor who has never heard of metal, learn to scream and perform
Poverty looks different in every country. In Singapore, it looks like Jalan Kukoh. In the first video of our series on the rental housing estate, we dive into the story of Rice’s own intern, Belle, who struggles with the complexities of being caught between ambition and the constraints of her c
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.
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
What if we were to tell you that the local landmarks etched in our hearts such as Gardens By the Bay, Sembawang hot springs, and even Haji Lane are at risk of being completely submerged by seawater forever? It might sound impossible, but as things stand, this could very well be our reality in 50 yea
Singapore, Unfiltered When sex work gets driven out of Geylang, where will it go? With an impending rezoning and the rise of online platforms for dating and sex work, the demand for brothels on the ground have dropped to an all-time low. Amidst their disrupted livelihoods and loss of their second home, the sex workers
Singapore, Unfiltered 2021 has been riddled with incidents of racism, from the Ngee Ann Poly lecturer to the 55-year-old lady who was assaulted while brisk walking. This Racial Harmony Day, we ask: While conversations about racism are advancing in the public sphere, how are we approaching them with our kids? And who i