Speaking Arts: Su-Mae Khoo on Cricket Masala and the Power of Documenting
In this month's Speaking Arts, we delve into the world of documentary-making with veteran Su Mae Khoo.
Why UberEATS Is The App For People Who Love To Eat, Walk & Vent
For the big 01, we’ve compiled five essential updates about the UberEATS journey and the miles they have gone to step up to the plate.
Baybeats Edition: Every Rage I Seek on Milestones and Bridging Generations
Every Rage I Seek on their ten year journey of music making, the underground music scene and paying homage to their roots.
Bata Singapore: Why You Will Not “Buy And Throw Away” Anymore
Over the last few months, the global direction of Bata pivoted into an edgier attitude with the new manifesto – “Me & Comfortable With It”.
Baybeats Edition: Subsonic Eye Wants You to Listen to Local Music
Dream-pop band Subsonic Eye wonders why anybody would not listen to local music, and talks about their debut album Strawberry Feels.
Smoke-Free Singapore: Maintain the Status Quo or Introduce E-Cigarettes?
The country should be more open towards introducing less harmful smoke-free alternatives, such as electronic cigarettes.
Baybeats Edition: Turning the Tides With a Misunderstood Genre
Tides, a melodic hardcore band in Singapore, will be playing for Baybeats and they have plenty to share about their genre of expression.
Jean Tay on Meng Jiang Nü: She Becomes Extraordinary Through Her Perseverance
After Boom and Everything But The Brain, The Great Wall: One Woman's Journey is playwright Jean Tay's fifth musical. This time, it features a strong female protaganist and she shares about women's strengths.
Is The Ban On Smoking Alternatives Like E-Cigarettes Based On Outdated Values?
"For those who reject these methods, it is even more worrying that they have no room in their paradigm for harm reduction."
Taiwan Continues As A Hotbed of Innovative Cosmetics With 12 New Brands
Taiwan's astute cosmetic purveyors are capitalising on demand with durable and intensely researched beauty solutions.
Lucas Ho: Consider How Singapore is Shaped by National Service
Playwright Lucas Ho wants to talk about National Service in his new play FRAGO. And it is more than becoming just Ah Boys To Men.
Rethinking Millennials’ Rights: Singapore Raises Smoking Age From 18 To 21 – Is It Fair?
"As a consumer, the government should give us less harmful alternatives instead of banning vices outright... people should have the option to choose what they want to do for themselves."
Hey Pink Dot Attendees: If You Really Want Progress, Remove Section 377A Now
Society has evolved, younger people are speaking out and it's time to ask for the repeal of Section 377A.
Baybeats Edition: Decipher The People Behind Their Music
Decipher, a melodic hardcore band, shares with Popspoken about getting into Baybeats and their music inspirations.
Views On Pink Dot From A Christian: Here’s Why I Support Homosexual Marriages
In 2015, someone very close to me came out as gay.
5 Horrible Things That Happen Once You Convert To Homosexuality
So you want to be a homosexual in Singapore? Get ready for these absolutely horrendous, almost offensive, and definitely nasty consequences.