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Word on the Street: Zoe

People always ask if I regret wasting four years studying something that’s not related to what I do at work. People always assume that everything in life must be interconnected somehow…

Singapore Street Photography: 30 Stunning Images that Capture Life in Chinatown on CNY

With his camera in hand, Kurt Ganapathy explores Chinatown in Singapore during Chinese New Year to document life in this iconic district.

Word on the Street: Luqman

My life became really interesting after I turned 17. That was four years ago, and a lot happened at the time. That was when my passion for food and boxing came together…

Save That Pen: Championing the Environment by Reducing Pen Waste in Singapore

Save That Pen has been reducing Singapore’s carbon footprint, one pen at a time. We find out more from three of its founding members.

Travel Guide 2018: Waisak Festival at Borobudur Temple in Yogyakarta

Take advantage of the Vesak Day long weekend and experience the magic of Waisak Festival at the Borobudur temple complex on 29 May 2018.

Travel Guide 2018: Cherry Blossom Viewing Season in Japan

Make the most of the Good Friday long weekend that begins on 30 March 2018 by visiting Japan during the sakura season.

Travel Guide 2018: Hadaka Matsuri Festival in Japan

Looking for an alternative Chinese New Year 2018 holiday experience? Look no further than Japan’s “Naked Festival”.

Chinese New Year 2018: How to Plan Your Holidays Over the Long Weekend

Chinese New Year marks a three-day long weekend here in Singapore, so here’s how you can start the planning to maximise the holidays in 2018.

9 Long Weekends for the People of Singapore to Enjoy in 2018

Check out our cheat sheet on how to more than double the number of long weekends in your 2018 calendar. You’re welcome!

20 Unique Boutique Hotels in Singapore that Make for the Best Staycations

There’s nothing like being a tourist in your own backyard! Here are 20 places to consider for your next weekend escape.

Singapore Street Photography: Christmas Lights on Orchard Road

Kurt Ganapathy hits the most iconic shopping district in Singapore to capture these moments on ’tis season to be jolly.

Singapore Literature Review: this is how you walk on the moon

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.

Word on the Street: Tashka

In the past two years, we’ve already fostered four kids. To build relationships with them and see how much they’ve progressed since they first came to us has really has been one of our greatest joys…

Word on the Street: Heidi

As a Finn, you have this dream of living somewhere warm, and Singapore – being an English-speaking country – seemed easy to approach…

Word on the Street: Nurul

I’m actually quite a shy person. I won’t open up to you unless I already know you, and that’s why being a clown was great; I could hide behind this character that I had created for myself…

Wesley Leon Aroozoo: The Singaporean Filmmaker on His Novel and Documentary About the Japanese Tsunami

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.

Word on the Street: Priyanka

It’s been 21 beautiful and exhausting months since I became a mother. My husband and I were married six years before we decided to take the plunge into parenthood…

Episode 04: Watching Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 with the Visually-impaired

The boys of Channel Empathy talk about their fun experience watching the brilliant movie at the theatres and share their thoughts about the awesome soundtrack and poignant storyline.

Dream Chasers: Interview with Paralympic Swimmer Theresa Goh

Before she flies off to Kuala Lumpur to compete at the 2017 ASEAN Para Games, we catch up with the national swimmer to talk about her journey as a Paralympian, and using her voice to champion causes she feels passionately about.    

Tay Wei Ming: ASEAN Para Games 2017 Athlete

When I was bullied, badminton pulled me out of my gloomy days. My teammates never treated me differently. They admired me for playing despite my disability…