When we think of first-time Singaporean voters, what are some stereotypes that come to mind? A fragile generation with an idealistic vision for Singapore? Or apathetic youths who don’t care enough about the way our country is governed?
In 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
Intimates For 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.
Everyone had something to lose during the Japanese Occupation in Singapore. Men would get shot for being rude to Japanese soldiers, while young women had to constantly worry about being sexually assaulted. In this animated first chapter of “Son of Singapore”, we see how the pre-pubescent Ah N
From having to draw up “slaughter lists” of their own animals to use as food, to being left with a 3-month runway before closing, zoos and wildlife centres around the world have been scrambling to keep going during this pandemic. Meet Kumaran, Head Keeper of the Great Primates at the Singapor
Binge Many of the elderly in Singapore have been subject to criticism online, specifically for not observing the new social distancing measures. But the lockdown affects everyone differently, especially older folks who live alone in small, one-room flats. In this video, filmed two days before the Circuit
"Sweat is temporary, drip is forever."What makes a man attractive? Is it his height, facial symmetry, muscle mass or fashion sense? In this episode, Sean undergoes an extreme makeover to become fashion fit for the runway. Competing against his right-hand man, Ilyas, we uncover RICE's Next Top Mod
A man’s worth has often been tied to his ability to earn money and provide for the family, while it is generally accepted—even expected—for women to become stay-at-home mothers. Despite the progress we’ve seen in gender equality, how much has actually changed? In this episode, Sean quest
What makes a man a man? Is it his build, or dedication to working out? We don’t think so. It’s the choices he makes. In this episode, Sean tries to unpack what defines manhood and strength, through the intense world of arm wrestling in Singapore. Sean and the City follows RICE writer Sea