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Entertainment & Culture23 October 2017
Wild Horses and the Inmates Who ‘Gentle’ Them

On a ranch in the high desert of Nevada, the men and the mustangs help one another.

Art & Design, Travel16 October 2017
The Headhunters of the Konyak Tribe

Singaporean photographer Justin Ong embarked on a journey to Nagaland, India in search of the Konyak headhunters.

Art & Design16 October 2017
A Photographer Documents Art-Fair Archetypes — and Their Accessories

At art fairs like Frieze London, attendees can easily be categorised – gallerist, artist, curator, collector, critic – according to what they wear.

Entertainment & Culture13 October 2017
Careers for Women in Technology Companies Are a Global Challenge

Gender bias in technology is a problem for women.

Entertainment & Culture13 October 2017
Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Harvey, Trump and History

The actor on writing – prior to his upcoming book launch, a collection of short stories titled “Uncommon Type”.

Travel11 October 2017
One Road, Two Cultures – In Ladakh, North India

In the shadow of the Himalayas, two cultures and religions live side by side.

Entertainment & Culture11 October 2017
The Indian Prince Who Supports Gay Rights and the Arts

When Kanwar Amarjit Singh was quoted as a supporter of gay rights, he endured such intense blowback that he fled the country.

Entertainment & Culture10 October 2017
A Third-World Funeral Industry – In Singapore

In a country where death is taboo, the funeral industry remains stuck in time – until a determined female undertaker came along.

Travel / 5 October 2017

In Jeju Island: Female Haenyeo Divers

A glimpse into the extraordinary South-Korean matriarchal tradition. 

Gourmet5 October 2017
What Does a Sommelier Drink – At Home

To maintain a clean palate or not, that is the question.

Entertainment & Culture3 October 2017
The Faces of Burning Man – Black Rock City

To judge Burning Man solely through a filtered lens — as a sprawling, raucous Mad Max-esque rave with elaborately-costumed (or totally naked people) — is a reductive view of an intricately faceted event. There is more to be discovered beneath the cosmetic surface of the festival-goers.

Entertainment & Culture29 September 2017
In a Digital Era, Film is Not Dead

At a time where the advent of technology governs the way of life, analogue photography finds an unlikely appeal.

Travel28 September 2017
A Peaceful Enclave in the Heart of Bustling Bangkok

Nestled at the heart of the Thailand’s bustling capital, the 137 Pillars hotel is a temporary respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Art & Design27 September 2017
Why Is the Art World Obsessed With Ugly Painting?

The art world is obsessed with unpretty pictures. But why?

Gourmet / 21 September 2017

What To Do With Pork Belly – A Chef Explains

Not the usual Chinese crispy pork belly but a hearty family casserole, chef Desmond Goh of The Disgruntled Brasserie says.

Entertainment & Culture20 September 2017
The Guardians of Singapore's Lost Mail

A team of six manages the nation's undelivered mail. Here, a glimpse at what they do.

Art & Design13 September 2017
Designing the Floors – All Over the World

The man and woman behind the carpets you tread on.

Entertainment & Culture12 September 2017
Literary Heroes of Singapore

Despite their successes, from winning prestigious international awards to selling film rights to Hollywood, the faces leading the new renaissance in Singaporean literature are remaining humble — but they don’t have to.

Entertainment & Culture8 September 2017
A Cultural Signpost – Drag Queens

As drag bubbles up into mainstream culture, its larger-than-life personalities, values and lingo are taking centrestage.

Art & Design8 September 2017
Why Are So Many Artists Making Work on the Ground?

The sculptures tend to appear at moments of political turmoil and social upheaval. But they don't exactly symbolise defeat.

Art & Design / 7 September 2017

What is Art? Young Artists Consider

The underlying belly of art is storytelling, three local art graduates tell.

Art & Design7 September 2017
Frank Gehry and Cai Guo-Qiang Walk Into a Barn

On a former horse farm in New Jersey, the architect builds the artist’s dream home.

Entertainment & Culture5 September 2017
The New Authority in Great Books to Read: Who You Follow on Instagram

Increasingly, book publicists are working to get new hardcovers into celebrities’ hands — not in hopes of a film option but a simple tweet, Instagram photo or Facebook post.

Entertainment & Culture4 September 2017
Local Music Makers

Four locals forging their space in the Singaporean soundscape and beyond.

Art & Design4 September 2017
New Things on T’s Radar

From miniature art to Elizabeth Taylor-inspired jewellery.

Art & Design31 August 2017
The Wonderful, Rarely Seen World of William Wegman

Never-before-seen Polaroids of William Wegman humanising his Weimaraners.

Gourmet, Art & Design28 August 2017
Meet the Cats who Modelled Japanese Sweets for T

The sweet story of Cherie, Crystal, Sabrina, Tyrone, and one foster kitten.

Entertainment & Culture25 August 2017
The Rebirth of School Uniform Companies

One company seeks to jolt the unchanging trade awake. But some things will never change.

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