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Joining the crowds on their trek along Serangoon Road, resident photographer Kurt Ganapathy captures the essence of the annual festivities.
Through rain or shine, resident photographer Kurt Ganapathy was ever-ready to capture the lights during the Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore, from the bustling streets of Chinatown to the wondrous terrains of Gardens by the Bay.
I think all the people who agreed to be part of the video intrinsically understood what being part of a family is, whatever that means to different people. Each of these profiles also have love for our country in some form or another, and I feel like we managed to capture that in each frame.
I compared diabetes to hell for my design project. I was inspired by religion and used Haw Par Villa as my point of reference. To me, how diabetes affects a person’s health is very similar to the way in which the theme park portrays the different levels of hell.
I experienced molestation when I was in secondary school. I was on the bus and the guy seated next to me lifted my skirt. I didn’t know what to do; I just alighted and cried about it…
Facing a question mark on his mortality, he showed how being present is sometimes the greatest gift you can give someone. That was ultimately the legacy he left behind in this world…
Time to raise some money! On EP 3 of our YouTube series “Upcoming”, we talk with Kenny Leck about selling bricks and finding a forever home for his beloved bookstore.
Attention, theatre geeks! Here’s our review of the Checkpoint Theatre play written and performed by Pooja Nansi and Jessica Bellamy.
Hello, fans of local literature! We review this part-fictional, part-autobiographical book by Melissa De Silva that examines Eurasian culture in Singapore.
What makes a good girl? And why is hip-hop a great storytelling medium? On Episode 1 of our YouTube series “Upcoming”, Pooja and Jessica offer insights into their brand new play by Checkpoint Theatre.
With his camera in hand, Kurt Ganapathy explores Chinatown in Singapore during Chinese New Year to document life in this iconic district.
Kurt Ganapathy hits the most iconic shopping district in Singapore to capture these moments on ’tis season to be jolly.
Calling all bookworms! We review this anthology by Ethos Books that’s set to challenge the way you think with its brand of anti-realist fiction.
The filmmaking teacher from LASELLE discusses his book and film “I Want to Go Home” that tell the story of Yasuo Takamatsu, the man who lost his wife in the 2011 Japan tsunami.
The local photographer discusses “Ways of Seeing”, a photo-book that explores his fascination with the unique architectural elements and designs of residential blocks in Singapore.
We review this brilliant play – written by Lucas Ho and directed by Huzir Sulaiman – that poignantly touches upon reservist life in the Singapore army.
The 33-year-old Associate Artist at Checkpoint Theatre talks about “FRAGO”, an upcoming play that touches upon the more poignant aspects of reservist life in the Singapore army.
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.
Why can’t we do some of the things we’re told we can’t do in Singapore? The brilliant and hilarious Rishi Budhrani tells us during his first solo outing as a stand-up comedian.
We review the allegorical tale that explores Singapore’s turbulent history through the struggles of sanctuary birds seeking self-governance and independence from their human counterparts.