Living with Blindness: Josh Tseng’s Story of Grit & Determination
Meet Josh Tseng, a visually impaired digital accessibility specialist and keynote speaker who does not let his disability be an obstacle toin the pursuitng of his goals. CHERYL JUAN chats with him to find out more about how he overcame his struggles and achieved many things beyond expectations.
Meet Yong Wei Kai, a Singaporean food influencer who chronicles his delicious encounters in the lion city. Claire Ng Min grabs a front row seat on this delectable journey with him.
Everi Yeo speaks with the inspiring youth founders of Accommodate and Earth School Singapore to find out why they do what they do.
As society’s views progress over time, an increasing number of young women are breaking into traditionally male-dominated professions. Genevieve Sia speaks to three women who are changing the scene.
From the viral popularity of Kim Petras’ ‘Coconuts’ to the explosion of non-binary pop stars into the mainstream, the past decade has been exciting for transgender and gender non-conforming artists. Gabrielle Ang investigates.
Is it a good idea to delay the final stage of one’s education? Everi Yeo deep dives into the ins and outs of taking a gap year and what it means to Singapore’s youth.
Charleen Leonita speaks with young and promising dancers about street dance, its overwhelming popularity and what it takes to succeed.
Sasha Ling speaks to Lin Yi Xinn to learn more about being a full-time spiritual practitioner in Singapore and the journey that she has taken to discover her life’s purpose.
As the world wears a mask to protect against the novel coronavirus, Charleen Leonita investigates if wearing a mask alters our identities and how we are perceived by others.
Ray Lim explores the alternative jobs Singaporeans have taken after their old jobs were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.