5 "Harmless" Habits That Are Racking Up Your Utility Bill in Singapore

5 habits that waste energy and your money   The rite of passage to adulthood is a total emotional rollercoaster ride. We've got the highs of total autonomy in our life choices and watching our bank balances soar every payday, but feel the immediate sting when we have to part...
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9 Misconceptions Singaporeans Have About Finding A Family Lawyer

Navigating your tricky legal situations   The adult world can be a complicated place. Even if you’re well into your late twenties - mention anything about making a will or getting a divorce, and your head will likely be filled with question marks. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll get through...
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Pulau Ubin's Last Postman - Delivering Mail To A Kampung Before Drones Take Over

Meet Mr. Salleh, Pulau Ubin's last postman   Pulau Ubin’s allure comes in its rustic, slow-paced vibe, where each step we walk is punctuated with the satisfying crunch of dried leaves beneath our feet, and where the coffeeshop uncles and aunties watch Channel 8 reruns from 2010. Not at all...
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The Life Of Deliveroo's GM - Why The Big Boss Wears A Kangaroo Onesie To Work

Day In The Life Of Deliveroo's General Manager   Deliveroo is Singapore’s hottest delivery company right now, set to revolutionise delivery standards in Singapore. Within a mere 5 months, Deliveroo Singapore has become one of the most successful branches of this global internet start-up; and at the helm, is their...
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Social Media Superstar Velda Tan And Her Mum Are Mother-Daughter Goals. Here’s Why

Mother-Daughter Goals   Entrepreneur. Fashionista. Social media superstar. That’s how most of Singapore sees 28-year old Velda Tan ( @belluspuera ); founder of Collate the Label. But today, you’ll get to see a different side of Velda. One that isn’t even known to her army of 134,000 Instagram followers. Today,...
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We Sat Down With Bella Koh And Found Out How Her Mother's Cooking Shaped Her Past, Present and Future

A Special Mother’s Day interview      Mother's Day is not just an excuse to take your mother out for a fancy dinner. For daughters like Bella Koh ( @catslavery ), founder of lifestyle journal and stylish vintage store Fleas and Trees , Mother's Day brings back memories of simpler...
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W!LD RICE's Hotel Tells 100 Years of Singapore History - An Interview with Ivan Heng

About Hotel   Photograph courtesy of W!LD RICE Traverse a hundred years of history through the comings and goings in a hotel - W!LD RICE’s upcoming play is an epic, ambitious production in two parts, each spanning fifty years of history. The themes of progress and post-empires are explored in...
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Pangdemonium's Tribes Gives A Voice to The Voiceless - An Interview With Thomas Pang and Ethel Yap

About Tribes   Any student of literature would immediately be tuned in to the themes of family and/or society upon hearing the title "Tribes". It's so freaky how instinctive that has become. But what's more glaringly obvious from the poster is, obviously, the sign language. Billy, played by Thomas Pang...
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Young Singaporean Hawkers - We Speak To The Unsung Heroes of Our Food Culture

Singapore's Young Hawkers   One of my most memorable experiences growing up was weekend breakfasts at hawker centres with my family. Our usual haunts were Ang Mo Kio or Toa Payoh, where I’d have my favourite bowl of fishball noodles or nasi lemak. Hawker centres are precious to many Singaporeans...
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W!LD RICE Presents Public Enemy - TSL Interviews Director Glen Goei

About Public Enemy   W!LD RICE celebrates its 15th anniversary and SG50 with a series of plays inspired by Singapore’s values of democracy, peace, progress, equality and justice. Kicking off their year-long imagiNATION season is Public Enemy, a new production of Henrik Ibsen’s classic play exploring the roles and responsibilities...
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