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‘Flashes of brilliance’: celebrating Singapore’s National Day with the artwork of Chen Wen Hsi

I was at the opening ceremony of ‘Flashes of Brilliance: Selected Works of Chen Wen Hsi from the Collections of Johnny Quek and the Lewis Sisters’ which was held at The Private Museum last week. […]

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Kashmir Special Status (Article 370) Ends “At Once”

NDTV Reports Jammu and Kashmir will also be “reorganised,” said Home Minister Amit Shah as talk builds of the state being trifurcated into three distinct areas – Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh Article 370 of the […]

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Meet Ranjani Rao: A scientist by training and a writer by choice

Ranjani Rao calls herself a scientist by training and a writer by choice. A mom of two, Ranjani wears many hats. We met at a SingLit Workshop and instantly hit it off. Her office is […]

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Why environmentalists are urging to ban trash imports

The influx of trash from developed economies is transforming the developing countries into toxic dumpsites. The 10-country Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) receive more than a quarter of global plastic waste, mostly from the […]

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Five times Indian tourists were amazing

You might have seen the viral video of the Indian family who was caught stealing from a hotel in Bali. This incident has resulted in a conversation across media platforms on how we, as Indians, […]

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5 feminist poems we all need to read right now

In recent years women from all walks of life are reclaiming their voice from their oppressors. With campaigns like #MeToo and #TimesUp gathering momentum, times are changing—in a positive way—and poetry is one among many […]

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How Clean Living Can Cut Down On Whale Deaths

When we talk about clean living, we “KonMari-fi” our bodies, homes and office spaces but what about the planet that we live on and happily abuse with nary a thought?  On one hand, Singapore along […]