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‘If Walls Could Speak’ – An Exhibition by 30 Award-winning Artists From Asia Curated by Mayinart

If Walls Could Speak is a showcase of never-seen-before works of art from Indonesia, India, and Singapore, curated by Mayinart. The exhibition will showcase 150 visual artworks by 30 award-winning artists. MAYINART has come up with […]

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Queer Eye: A show that challenges societal perceptions

Queer eye for the straight guy was first released in the year 2003. It starred five gay men, namely Ted Ellen (food and wine expert), Carson Kressley (Fashion), Kyan Douglas (grooming), Thom Filicia (design), and […]

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Things I won’t be doing in 2020: Lessons learnt as a freelancer in Singapore

With the advent of internet, digital nomadism has become a way of life, making freelancing easier and more accessible. As of now, there are more than 1.7 million #freelancer posts on Instagram. Freelancing comes with […]

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Turning 30: The Big Three O And The Female Tribe

When I decided to write this article, I swear the inspiration came from an honest place. I am turning 30 in a couple of months and I have had a series of epiphanies induced by […]

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‘Train Friends’ and ‘Dangling Gandhi’ launched at The Arts House

I had a fascinating time last Sunday as I attended the book launch of two books with three amazing authors: Train Friends and Dangling Gandhi at The Arts House. Train Friends is a collection of reflections of […]

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Here’s How These Books Helped Me Combat Mental Health Issues

In today’s digital era, we are living fast-paced lives where most of our choices are “influenced” by social media and everything is instant. Trends that go viral today become irrelevant the next day. From fashion […]

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Plastic pollution: A global crisis

It has come down to the planet or plastic: the choice is ours Not a day goes by when my social media feed isn’t flooded with articles highlighting the pollution that plastic is causing all […]

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You need to read this Punjabi-Singaporean’s books if you haven’t already

Balli Kaur Jaswal is a reputed author who has penned four stand-alone books. Her third book, “Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows” that was published by Harper Collins caught the masses eyes and became a worldwide […]