Nostalgia is a feeling that all of us would have experienced at some point in our lives. Elton Tan explores how nostalgia can affect different aspects of our lifestyle.
Shajahan Mohd finds out more about the differences in the quality of work provided by three different photo retouchers at three different price points to determine whether they are worth it or not.
In a conservative country like Singapore, some things are discouraged by older generations; and that may include falling in love with someone of a different race. Nur Sabrina finds out why some parents disapprove of interracial relationships.
Jamie Mah explores the significance of Chinese dialects to Singapore’s Chinese roots and how youths view their Chinese dialects.
To some, having to stay at home during Covid-19 does not just spell boredom; it’s fear, insecurity, and danger. Lavonne Yew explores just how much parenting can affect the person we become.
Isaiah Chua and Elton Tan discover how 25-year-old Anusha Siva lives her life with visual impairment and what motivates her to keep going in life.
Online danger is inevitable and protection for youths should be prioritised. Nur Sabrina and Ray delve into the world of online streaming.
Wonder why the newest consoles always get snatched up before you get the chance to buy them? Elton Tan and Isaiah Chua investigate.
In a progressive society that aims to eradicate discrimination against minorities in Singapore, Celestina Gimino explores in-depth to see if Singaporeans are accepting of those in the queer community.