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Trending, Travel15 December 2017
Brands To Know: Homegrown Brands Inspired By Travel

For three homegrown brands, their travels were the catalyst that inspired their collections.

Entertainment & Culture14 December 2017
Will Robots Take Our Children’s Jobs?

When it comes to kids and careers, what's a parent to do when the robots are coming for all the jobs, anyway?

Entertainment & Culture13 December 2017
Dogs To Know: Pretty Poodles At a Poodle Gathering in Singapore

To our photographer's delight, the furry ones were all groomed and dressed up for the day's activities – photographs, catwalk (ironically), and socialising.

Art & Design12 December 2017
Person to Know: A Hong Kong-based Graphic Designer, Ruth Chao

When graphic and product design meets psychology.

Travel11 December 2017
In Lucerne, Beauty Lies Within

Old architecture set against the Swiss Alps is nothing short of spectacular. But an inside-looking-out perspective of Lucerne reveals a different side to the city that is even more magnificent.

Art & Design7 December 2017
When A Child's Doodle Becomes Art

A mother on how her child's doodles have artistic qualities. She then makes the doodles permanent in embroidery hoops.

Entertainment & Culture6 December 2017
Holiday Windows: A (Sort of) Love Story

Why are we all so bedazzled by the store vitrines of the season?

Travel4 December 2017
A Hotel Concierge’s Guide to Sight-Seeing in Tokyo

For the past 20 years, Mayako Sumiyoshi has been stationed behind the hotel concierge desk, giving travel advice to tourists and seasoned travellers alike.

Gourmet / 5 December 2017

The Rise and Triumph of Asian-American Cuisine

The American-Chinese restaurant is, like the diner and the mom-and-pop restaurant, a cornerstone of the American dining vernacular.

Travel29 November 2017
The History of Hong Kong Through its Neon Lights

The glowing tubes of glass are more than mere tourists attractions. In them, the past, present and future and rolled into one.

Gourmet22 November 2017
What to Do With Pineapples – With a Peranakan-Eurasian Chef

Over a century ago, pineapples used to be a mainstay in Singapore's food culture.

Art & Design16 November 2017
5 Vibrant Umbrellas for Rainy Days

A graphic designer takes her pick on the most illustrative and expressive umbrellas.

Entertainment & Culture14 November 2017
A Foreigner Observes – Singapore's Love for Queues

How queueing cues at the nation's culture of competitiveness.

Gourmet13 November 2017
In Japan's Sweets Industry, a 400-Year-Old Jelly

Few know that confectionery is one of the oldest traditional delicacies in Japan – older than sushi. And the industry is strictly helmed by men.

Entertainment & Culture, Magazine / 16 November 2017

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, A Humanist On And Off The Page

She is the rare novelist to become a public intellectual — as well as a defining voice on race and gender for the digital age.

Art & Design9 November 2017
Inside the Silent World – of a Young, Deaf Photographer

Isabelle Lim's life is like a silent movie, which she extracts still shots out of the reel.

Entertainment & Culture8 November 2017
In Singapore, An Increasing Appetite for Indoor Air Plants

Fuss-free South American air plants find themselves in Singaporean homes.

Entertainment & Culture3 November 2017
The Resilient and Versatile Amy Adams

Role by powerful, unexpected role, the actress has convinced Hollywood – and herself – that she's never to be underestimated.

Art & Design, Entertainment & Culture1 November 2017
What Does It Mean When An Artist Retires?

Is retirement simply a way of announcing one’s desire for solitude? Will the work cease, or will it be conducted under other terms?

Art & Design1 November 2017
Keeping Kiasu Alive

Singapore's favourite penny-pinching comic character is back after 18 years, but does he still hold relevance for today's minimalist-embracing millennials?

Art & Design / 6 November 2017

Is Singapore's Architectural Landscape Built Upon Feng Shui?

The answer, sought out from local geomancers, is split between confirmations of several theories and a declination to comment on others.

Entertainment & Culture31 October 2017
Virtual Reality Gets Naughty

Virtual reality uses many camera lenses to record the same scene from hundreds of angles. When strung together, the viewer gets a 180- or 240-degree view of the room.

Art & Design27 October 2017
A Street Photographer's Poignant, Beautiful Realisation

Anton Lim always thought photography could change the world – until he realised photography changed his world.

Art & Design27 October 2017
In Singapore, Buildings Made To Die

When buildings are demolished, residents lose a chapter of their lives. Yet, architects are designing buildings with destruction in mind.

Travel25 October 2017
In Our Own World – at Black Rock City, Burning Man

The journey to Black Rock City in Nevada, to participate in the annual Burning Man festival, is only the beginning of this multi-sensorial adventure.

Gourmet24 October 2017
Lost in Appreciation – the Japanese Sake

Many Asians grasp European wines and spirits much better than one far closer to home — Japanese sake. A sake sommelier sets the record straight.

Entertainment & Culture23 October 2017
Wild Horses and the Inmates Who ‘Gentle’ Them

On a ranch in the high desert of Nevada, the men and the mustangs help one another.

Art & Design20 October 2017
In Central Japan, the 1,300-Year-Old Art of Carpentry

The Japanese call it 'Hida no Takumi', an honourable title for the humblest craft.

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