Month: January 2017

Word on the Street: Azu

If I had the power? I will make sure clubs prioritise developing players over making profits, and I will build enough pitches so that clubs don’t have to pay to train…

Word on the Street: Christopher

When I hit 30, it felt like I wasn’t achieving my full potential. I had sacrificed enough for the country, and I didn’t want to do something for the rest of my life for the sake of having a stable career…

10 Empowering Quotes by Strong and Famous Women

In tribute to the recent Women’s March that became a worldwide phenomenon, we are sharing some very powerful quotes about feminism that women in Singapore can draw strength from.

Word on the Street: Stephanie

I’ve always liked writing. Since I was a kid, poetry was a means of expressing myself. The fact that you can put your emotions on paper and have people relate to them; I think that’s something amazing…

Word on the Street: Shazana

Looking back, it does sound and look absolutely crazy, but at the time, I loved him, I cared for him, and I’d fallen in love with his family. And you know what, people have done a lot more for a lot less…

5 Independent Bookstores in Singapore Every Bookworm Would Love

Books, books and more books! We shed the limelight on some of the best bookstores in Singapore that you ought to be patronising.

Word on the Street: Yi Han

I started rock climbing in 2015; it was actually my rock climbing anniversary yesterday! I first got into it because I was looking for something healthy to do. I was overweight for a period of time…

Word on the Street: Loretta

I started travelling solo in my early twenties, and have known for a long time that I’ve wanted to live in different places around the world. In 2014, I got a job offer in Beijing and decided to go for it…

Word on the Street: Annalynna

Growing up, I wasn’t sure where I belonged; I was half here, half there. My family converses in Mandarin at home, but I spoke mostly Malay because it was my mother tongue…

Word on the Street: Hussain

I don’t know what was wrong with me back then, but I was really bad in my studies. I think that’s why I was so passionate about scouting. It was my rock that helped see me through my school years…

Word on the Street: Keefe

I was introduced to the world of streetwear and fashion about ten years ago when I was still in secondary school. At the time, the Internet was just taking shape…

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