16Jun
music for good

Classical Chinese Music, With A Tamil Twist

The Teng Ensemble’s latest series of songs puts the spotlight on Singapore’s migrant workers past and present — and features a Tamil singer that many of them might recognise.

11Jun
The Makers

Ceramics Fit For A Queen, Made In Jalan Besar

Michelle Lim and Ng Seok Har started Mud Rock Ceramics with the intention of getting handmade ceramics into Singaporean homes, but also managed to land in some unexpected places along the way.

26May
Legacy Plan

How You Can Rest Assured

Legacy is a matter of life — and death. And if you’ve made plans for how you live, there’s no excuse to leave without a plan. Thankfully, such end-of-life conversations aren’t staying buried any longer.

20May
The Art of Craft

Show Me Your Maker’s Mark

Perennially stuck in the purgatory between hobby and high art, crafts are poised to soar in prominence as society slows down in the wake of a pandemic. What are the profits and pitfalls of making things by hand in this digital world?

18May
Arts for us

Hey Kid, You’re A Superhero

In a time of anxiety and uncertainty, inclusive arts movement Superhero Me continues to provide special needs children an outlet of expression. We speak to co-founder Jean Loo.

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