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Being uncomfortable is the way that Korean superstar Park Seo Jun grows as an actor and a human.
Fronted by the unmistakable Korean actor Park Seo Jun, flip through our sustainability-themed issue which is now available as a full e-magazine.
On Saturday, the artist Jammie Holmes staged his own kind of protest in five cities across the country.
At home, Kirk Westway, the executive chef of Jaan, shows T how he makes his easy crab-stuffed pasta dish.
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Act+Acre Cold Processed Scalp Detox
SIN ‘Little Hills’ Table Lamp
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Riccardo Tisci continues navigating the Englishness of Burberry by diving into the brand’s archives, making an old silhouette new again for the latest object of desire: the mini Pocket Bag.
Easy recipes for the latter half of the day: a refreshing low-carb dinner, a dairy-free banana ice cream, and a cacao nightcap that helps the body unwind.
In a time when we are all stuck at home day dreaming of far-flung adventures, one writer finds solace in the accessories she collected as travel souvenirs.
In the fashion film accompanying T’s June cover story, Park Seo Jun displays playful antics on set, wholly embracing the effervescent side hidden beneath his usual gentlemanly poise.
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Gourmet, T at Home / 18 Apr 2020
In their home kitchens, Singaporean restaurateur Bjorn Shen and his team of chefs at Artichoke experiment with the quotidian ingredient of quarantine cuisine: instant noodles.
When not worn on the wrist, classic timepieces function like works of art, unfurling exuberance in abstract still-life.
The founder of Act+Acre, Helen Reavey, shows how she detoxes her scalp and gets Zoom-ready hair.
Toton Januar’s narratively rich designs eschew from typical Indonesian design elements to speak more of his heritage.
Art & Design / 27 Mar 2020
In Singapore, three design collectives redesigned the interiors of three conserved shophouses — and in that process, stretched the boundaries of what these time-hallowed buildings could be.
The Korean actor talks about dealing with mental health, his acting roles and the state of the Korean entertainment industry.
As she prepares to embark on a new chapter, Liz Lambert has rediscovered the joy of sharing food with her family.
Faced with the spread of the coronavirus, China’s government is promoting using serving utensils, but resistance is strong. Sharing food with personal chopsticks is one way Chinese people express intimacy.
An app offering short-term rentals called Globe says demand is way up.
From reconsidering your lighting to upgrading your bedding, suggestions for making the space you’re isolating in feel new again.
Wellness, Gourmet, T at Home / 21 Mar 2020
Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
For years, Silk Road travellers made the gruelling trek past towering mountain ranges and ancient cities now lost to time. Centuries later, one writer attempts to retrace the journey.
For a collaboration with Singapore-based shoe label Charles & Keith, Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen translated the poetry of her dresses into footwear.
In coronavirus-themed commercials, consumption is reframed as a public service performed by heroes, for heroes.
For those at home and in a rut: an evergreen immunity-boosting breakfast, a caffeine-free latte and more.
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