Month: May 2017

Word on the Street: Marcus

She cried the next few days according to my dad, but what meant the most to me were her words. She said, ‘The most important thing is that you are my son, and I still love you.’

Word on the Street: Zahier

I turn 30 today. I’m actually quite nostalgic thinking about the past and the things that I’ve done. It’s been a real journey, losing my eyesight and being blind for the past 10 years…

Word on the Street: Bella

I’ve been wanting to pursue theatre since I was 14 but my parents were against it, so I had to do it behind their backs…

Word on the Street: Lulu

I had to drop out of law school in my second term. I really enjoyed studying law – my goal was always to do forensics – but the fees were exorbitant…

Word on the Street: Eljer

Before I discovered my passion for robots, I felt quite lost. I actually considered pursuing a diploma in design because I like drawing…

Word on the Street: Ray

When I was in secondary school, I had really bad conduct and was known for my poor attendance. I would never have imagined that I’d be here today, graduating with a diploma and being a recipient of the Lee Kuan Yew Award…

Word on the Street: Veronica

I was put in different foster homes between the ages of seven and 17. Prior to that, my brother and I were in a children’s home. We were separated from our parents because there was a lot of negative influences and domestic violence in the household…

Word on the Street: Fauzan

I didn’t want to be a burden to her, so I’ve been working and studying full-time since I was 15. I’ve maintained this balance through my higher nitec and polytechnic days…

Singapore Theatre Review: “Hand to God” by SRT

Think this play is just about a sock puppet? Well, think again. Check out our review of the dark and sinister comedy that delves into the concept of faith and loss.

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