Month: October 2016

Word on the Street: Haresh

Well, I find that people tend to burn themselves out here in Singapore. They are so concerned about what others think about them that they just forget about everything else…

Dream Chasers: Interview with DeepCuts Barber Faz Ismail

The Founder of DeepCuts Barber’s opens up about his bittersweet journey towards realising his barbering aspirations in Singapore.

Word on the Street: Chocolate

I really think that age is just a number. It’s really a mental thing, and whether you have the heart to fight needs to be tested in the ring…

Word on the Street: Andyn

I wish I could spend more time with her and be a better dad, but at this point of time, I’m still rebuilding my life and trying to make something for myself. Hopefully, she’ll understand…

Word on the Street: Amy

I’ve been a makeup artist with MAC Cosmetics for five years now, and this is the kind of advanced makeup that is expected of us daily at work…

Word on the Street: Cherie

I just wanted to be in a different environment and learn something new; that’s why I took an extended break away from Singapore and went to India to learn Yoga for three whole months…

Word on the Street: Hazim

It took about 10 years for me to fully recover from pneumonia, and it was only recently that I could do physical activities without feeling any pain in my ribs, or at least my threshold for pain has gotten much higher…

Word on the Street: Sanjani

The cockpit has always been male-dominated, but the growing number of female pilots recently gives me the motivation to achieve that dream…

Word on the Street: Beatrice

I’m currently reading “How to Be Single” by Liz Tuccillo. I watched the movie on the plane, but it was too vague and didn’t really make sense, so I decided to give the book a chance…

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