Aside from supporting beleaguered restaurants and bars across the island, proceeds from the initiative will also go towards a new charity programme to help children from low-income households.
It has released several new vegan-friendly products and collaborative dishes at every price-point. Its aim? To make plant-based diets more accessible.
You might not have seen real shark fin soup since the early aughts, but the shark trade remains alive and well today. Here’s why it matters — and how to help.
To Help Migrant Workers Get Essential Supplies 24/7, The Food Bank Singapore Set Up Subsidised Vending Machines In Their Dorms
The ‘Food Pantry 2.0’ concept allows foreign workers to get food and necessities around the clock, all without leaving their dorms.
The Community Theatre takes its fifth-anniversary festivities online.
The Michelin-starred chef talks about creating something of value from what appears worthless.
In the ritzy principality with no arable land, an urban farming revolution is taking place — all perched on the rooftops of Monaco’s glided casinos and hotels.
“We discuss perceptions but we must never attack the person” – Tan Ding Jie, Vice President Of The Humanist Society
Every faith has a community but what happens if you don’t have a religion? Tan Ding Jie, or “DJ” to friends, decided he’d help build a community for the non-religious.
“For what little they have, they are very grateful and always so willing to help” — Dipa Swaminathan, Founder Of It’s Raining Raincoats
She tells us how we can better support Singapore’s diverse community of migrant workers.
“We wish for the repeal of 377A, and not more, but equal rights as a resident of Singapore” – Jean Chong, co-founder, Sayoni
LGBTQ activist Jean Chong tells us what needs to be done to attain true equality in Singapore.