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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.
We review “Normal”, a brutally honest and soul-stirring play that explores the world of students through the struggles faced by two Normal Academic misfits in an all-girls school.
Calling all muggles and magical folks alike! We give you the lowdown on the Harry Potter parody that’s set on becoming one of the most popular works of fiction in Singapore literature.
We round up some of our favourite Instagram images of Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival. Enjoy!
Local singer-songwriter Fym Summer is back with her sophomore EP, and we’re only too happy to plug in our earphones to bring you this review.
We give you the lowdown on some of the most Instagram-worthy cafés so that you don’t have to hunt them down. You’re welcome!
The 29-year-old talks about her journey towards becoming a playwright and the highly-anticipated return of “Normal” to the Singapore stage.
Calling all bookworms and fans of local literature! Shila Naidu reviews this exquisite anthology by Singaporean author and poet Grace Chia.
Graphic designer Christal Sih discusses “Grandma’s Recipes”, a self-initiated design project that became the first cookbook released by Math Paper Press.
Books, books and more books! We shed the limelight on some of the best bookstores in Singapore that you ought to be patronising.
In this documentary photo essay, Arman Shah takes an intimate look into the life of Jeremy, a cosplayer from Singapore whose passion lies in Marvel superhero and pop culture icon Spider-Man.
Student filmmaker Ng Kai Yuan talks about documenting the latest mobile gaming phenomenon to hit the city-state in his stunning time-lapse video.
The talented and effervescent performer candidly talks about the challenges and rewards that come with being a professional television and stage actor in Singapore these past six years.
Set in the 1990s, this hour-long monologue explores the inner turmoil of a conservative Malay Muslim woman from Singapore who finds herself conflicted when exposed to the ideals of Western modernism and liberalism on foreign soil.