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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”.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Entertainment & Culture23 August 2017
Philosophy and Logic: A Woman's Descent Into and Ascent Out of Schizophrenia

In her pursuit to make sense of the world through logic, philosopher Lishan Chan spiralled into schizophrenia.

Entertainment & Culture21 August 2017
20 Years After Diana’s Death, a Happier Ending Imagined

In a new novel called “Imagining Diana,” Diana survived the car accident in Paris that killed her on Aug. 31, 1997. The princess then rebuilds her life.

Entertainment & Culture11 August 2017
The Samuel L. Jackson Method

He builds downtime into a schedule of near-constant work. Call his agent if you have a problem with that.

Entertainment & Culture2 August 2017
Rethinking Masculinity In The 21st Century

‘The stronger a man is, the more gentle he can afford to be.’

Entertainment & Culture28 July 2017
Eric Underwood, the American Star of the Royal Ballet

Eric Underwood, the American star of the Royal Ballet, prepared for his life’s work by dancing with his mother at home to Al Green and Marvin Gaye.

Entertainment & Culture27 July 2017
The Sun Sets on Jalan Besar Craftsmen

In the 1960s through 1980s, Jalan Besar used to be home to automobile and ship repairmen. 69-year-old Henry Yee is one of them.

Entertainment & Culture25 July 2017
Is This the Woman Who Will Save Uber?

Saint John, the marketing star who’s worked with Beyoncé, Apple and more, brings humanism, Instagram savvy and Chanel to the beleaguered brand.

Entertainment & Culture18 July 2017
These Men Can’t Do Home Repair. And They’re Fine With That.

Plenty of guys feel inept when it comes to home repair. Fewer are willing to admit it.

Entertainment & Culture10 July 2017
The Shining Sun – Taeyang

Taeyang's jaunty self and fearlessness are contagious.

Entertainment & Culture7 July 2017
The Me, Me, We (?) Generation

Defining millennials — the difference a letter makes.

Entertainment & Culture5 July 2017
Theatre Nouveaus of Singapore

With a shift in focus towards social and emotional issues faced by today’s generation, Singapore’s new crop of theatre-makers breaks new ground.

Entertainment & Culture3 July 2017
Legitimising Memes – Are They Art?

As technology continues to redefine the cultural moment, are we ushering in an era where social media is the new generational platform for exhibits and memes are considered works of art?

Entertainment & Culture1 July 2017
Two Years Later, What It Means to Be Wed

Two years after the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage a nationwide right, six couples reflect about what marriage means to them.

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