Covid-19: The Race To 172
We were on track to a further opening-up of society, with a possible increase in group size from five to eight at the end of the month. Everyone was optimistic. F&B operators were rejoicing and making plans to accommodate a bigger dining-in crowd. The end of this pandemic seems to be coming to an end and, is that light at the end of the tunnel, we see?
Behind The Scrubs And Masks: What Do Healthcare Workers Do After Work?
All photography by Thaddeus Loh for Rice Media. Responses have been edited for length and clarity. The pace at our hospitals has been unrelenting: Intubating patients, changing colostomy bags, and resuscitating the stricken. Doctors and nurses go through 12, 13 hours work-days, som
As the restrictions have eased and a road-map to post-pandemic life is drawn, a sense of optimism has taken hold. The MRNA concoction is like ambrosia—a tincture which promises strength and longevity, or at least a ticket out of this ongoing instability. But for some, the vaccine is a threat and n
The pandemic snatched away our career opportunities, and forced us to live a life of fear and uncertainty for over a year. But with the introduction and subsequent uptake of vaccines in Singapore, the light at the end of the tunnel is finally starting to shine brightly. In this video, two sets of
Top Image: 3 Cups of Kopi If there is one thing that has really irked me during this pandemic, it’s the assumption that our theatre industry has met its demise. Things like live performances and exhibitions may not be feasible in these trying times, but a closer and more nuanced inv