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."
AWARE Steps In: Why Are Single Mothers In Singapore Still Struggling To Own Homes?
After almost three years, a mother and her six children finally have a place of their own to call home. But not all are as fortunate.
Of Methodist: Here’s How This Rising Alt-R&B Artiste Is Exploring Religion And Sexuality Through His Music
“The task that I set out to do as Of Methodist hasn't been completed yet.”
“Can You See Me Now?” Preetipls On Mainstream Media Being Racist and The Dumb Things Influencers Do
“Do I need a promo code to breathe? I really don’t get it. I have boobs, but I don’t use them in that way. I don’t respect that.”
Pink Dot Asks Foreigners Not To Come To Event For Fear Of Prosecution Under New Rules
“This is something we do not wish on you, or any of the organisers of Pink Dot.”
“Who Will Ban Us?” Ed Sheeran Concert Venue Staff Accused Of Scalping, Sports Hub Responds
This is a developing story.
“Charge An Entrance Fee”? Words of Advice From Singaporeans At Last Week’s Artbox Singapore
“It felt like a atas pasar malam with nicer things. Honestly, a bit disappointing because the Artbox in Bangkok is amazing!”
Speaking Arts: Tan Kheng Hua On Creativity And Not Having Favourites
For our second installment of Speaking Arts, Tan Kheng Hua shares about her career journey and deep love for home.
Overtime #5: A Media Mixer for the Culturally Curious this Friday at *SCAPE
We welcome anyone looking to have solid conversation, good vibes and drinks.
Claire Wong: Redefine Not Just Success, But “Failure”
As Faith Ng's Normal is about to be restaged from 23 March, we speak to director Claire Wong about our education system and the value of youth.