Despite the sharp increase in Covid-19 cases and the looming “circuit breaker” shutdown, many Singaporeans were still out at bars and restaurants. Our journalist, Nate, goes on the ground and questions their attitudes towards social distancing and the Covid-19 epidemic.
TCM's legitimacy has always been questioned due to a perceived lack of scientific proof, and its supposed use of endangered animal parts in its remedies. But are any of those claims true? We send our most skeptical (and unhealthy) writer, Justin, to go through a typical TCM diagnosis first-hand,
COVID-19: 14 days Quarantine Doesn’t Make Sense To Hustlers. | 14 วันกักตัว – ทำได้เหรอในความเป็นจริงของคนเดินถนนAcross the globe, lockdowns have been enforced to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While necessary, these measures have had a disproportionate impact on poorer communities and individuals. We went on the streets of Bangkok to learn how giving up your work during a lockdown is near impossible, espe
A week after the sudden MCO that left thousands of Malaysians facing an uncertain future, Malaysia announced that the lockdown would be extended to April 14th. Shortly after, Singapore stated that the temporary housing support given to Malaysian workers would not be extended beyond the original MCO
On the 18th of March, Malaysia announced a travel ban that would bar its citizens from travelling overseas, and shut all businesses except shops selling food and daily necessities. After speaking to some of the people on the ground, we tried our luck, and attempted to cross into Malaysia after midn
In the final of three videos, we speak to Leslie, whose father battled addiction, which led to lung cancer and finally, his untimely demise. Having lived through experiences with normalised addiction, he now makes it his life’s goal to help others overcome it. This video is part of a series tha