Join NUR SYAFINA BINTE IMRAN in an insightful conversation with renowned Jagua tattoo artists, Eileen Lim and Cassidy Ong, as they share their perspectives on community and experience.
BENEDICT KOK digs deep into the topic of investments among today’s youth, uncovering the potential risks, rewards, and ways youths can protect themselves on their investment journey.
Uncovering the hidden gems and stories of Singapore enhances our comprehension and admiration of our cultural heritage. NEO KAI TING finds out how the Singapore Heritage Festival educates youths and fosters a stronger sense of belonging to Singapore.
ERNEST YEN dives into the world of reef-keeping to find out why more Singaporeans are choosing to bring a slice of the ocean into their homes.
Fashion today is not just about looking good, but also about making conscious choices that contribute positively to the environment and society. SITI NADHRAH spoke to two fashion enthusiasts who revealed their top ethical fashion tips.
Anthropomorphic animal statues, graphic sculptures depicting death and torture, and a hell-themed museum. These aren’t descriptions of a horror movie — in fact — they’re just some of the interesting sights you will spot in one of Singapore’s most iconic, but perhaps forgotten attractions: Haw Par Villa. CELEST TEO revisits the landmark to explore how it has changed.
EUGENE CHUA dives into the future of hawker culture through the eyes of young entrepreneur Zender Wong, co-owner of Generation Coffee.
‘Fan support’ is a longstanding part of K-pop culture, and many K-pop fans make a whole day out of redeeming fan-made merchandise given out at concerts and fan events. As a newbie to K-pop, GWENNETH TEO heads down to two concerts to find out what the buzz is all about.
With the recent influx of cafes in Singapore, how do cafe owners Kelvin Kao and Daphne Ling make theirs stand out? CHLOE WONG visits Main Street Commissary and speaks to its owners to find out.