Stubborn. Naive. Patronising. When it comes to discussing politics, different generations are often quick to dismiss each other. Yet something special happens when these conversations are allowed to play out—something that gives us a glimpse of how different Singapore’s future could be, if only there was more room for the exchange of diverse opinions.
Singapore General Elections: “It keeps changing like the Tanglin drama.”When we think of older Singaporean voters, what are some stereotypes that come to mind? The old folks who vote for the opposition out of sheer unhappiness? Or the ones who are still voting for Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy? The answer, as we found, is a lot more colourful than you might think.
A Brief History of Lao Sai, ExplainedIn just a few hours, we will enter phase 2 of our nation's recovery from Covid-19. Even then, the number of daily infections within migrant worker dormitories remain in the hundreds, and currently make up over 90% of total infections. Sadly, this is not the first time migrant worker populations b
The 15 Days No Food ChallengeFor the next 15 days, you are only allowed to drink meal replacements. Three scoops, three shakes, three times a day. Strictly. No. Food. Allowed. Would you accept this challenge? Two of our colleagues, Nate and Marisse, investigate the gains to be had – or lost.