Photography by Marisse Caine. I remember the first time I wandered the back alleys of Geylang close to 10 years ago. As a teenager, I knew I had to experience the vice central everyone would chatter about at least once in my life. It was a grim but beautiful si
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Photography by Eliza Ho. What does it mean to be Singaporean? Many will say that being Singaporean means speaking Singlish, or being kiasu. But in recent years, it can feel like being Singaporean is all about being in a constant state of change—constantly measuring trade-offs against bets on
Photography by Marisse Caine. This is part two of a series of articles about Singaporean masculinity and how it is changing. In this episode we unpack whether gym bros are the face of toxic masculinity. We speak to fitness enthusiasts about their experience in the gym, exercising with other men
All photography by Marisse Caine for Rice Media After a heavy rain, the forest lights up with foxfire. From the hillsides of Bukit Batok to the green lung of Macritchie, clusters of bioluminescent mushrooms appear seemingly from out of nowhere and all at once, like psy
‘Through Their Lenses’ is a photo series where we hand disposable cameras to people from different walks of life, giving them free rein to document their everyday realities on film. A week after Raj asked her to be his girlfriend, Gerry discovered she was pregnant. She was 16 at
Trudging through the maze of vegetation, we brush off waist-high foliage lazily trawling our sides, gingerly setting shoe to soil until we finally emerge into a landscape reminiscent of Jurassic Park. With the ethereal morning mist draped across the valley of lush greenery, it is a marvel that this