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T | On Set, Entertainment & Culture13 July 2018
On Set | A Doctor Removing Tattoos In The Singapore Boys' Home

Dr. Kevin Chua drops by Singapore's juvenile detention and rehabilitation centre monthly to help the boys erase inklings of their past.

Travel12 July 2018
Off the Road in the New Ferrari Portofino

When speed is not a constraint, one writer conquers the narrow country roads of Italy, strapped in a supercar.

Travel11 July 2018
A Hidden Contemporary Art Hotel in London's Notting Hill

Located at the beating heart of London, Notting Hill, sits The Laslett, an offer of discreet luxury to its visitors.

Entertainment & Culture11 July 2018
In Singapore, Astrology's Resurgence Amongst Millennials

Moving with the ebb and flow of times, interest in astrology has risen and fallen in popularity throughout time. Its recent resurgence amongst the millennials, however, warrants a deeper contemplation on the practice.

Gourmet10 July 2018
What To Do With Tofu — A Dessert, Apparently

Here, the Intercontinental Singapore's resident pastry chef Ben Goh's low fat, healthy tofu panna cotta to soothe the nagging sweet tooth.

Art & Design6 July 2018
Person to Know: A Rug-Weaver Searching for Social Justice in Oaxaca, Mexico

Out of poverty and desperation, one woman has altered the economy of its entire village.

Travel4 July 2018
Why is the Millennial Generation Increasingly Seeking Out Long-Term Travel?

A year-long nomadic escapade would certainly have raised more than a handful of eyebrows 10 years ago. But today, it is approached with unflinching conviction, particularly, amongst the millennial set.

Entertainment & Culture, T | On Set4 July 2018
On Set | Solving Singapore's Hidden Poverty Through Education

Lydia Lok, a policy officer turned educator on how education can alleviate Singapore's hidden poverty, one child at a time.

Travel / 8 June 2018

In Tokyo's Haneda Airport, Visit a Professional Stuntman's Film Studio

Visitors with three hours to spare at the Haneda airport in Tokyo can star in their very own Samurai film.

Art & Design21 June 2018
Why Have There Been No Great Black Art Dealers?

How a small but influential group of black gallerists is correcting history.

Art & Design20 June 2018
How an Art Dealer Became an Up-and-Coming Painter

Joel Mesler ran a successful gallery on the Lower East Side for years. Then he left the city and started a new chapter.

Art & Design18 June 2018
Artist to Know: the Danish Sculptor Making Objects for Noma

Frederik Nystrup-Larson is making a name for himself creating organic pottery and sculpture inspired by the natural world.

Art & Design14 June 2018
The Unusual Flowers of This Season

At local florist, Floral Obsession, founder Christopher Teo brings in the most curious and precious flowers all year round.

Gourmet13 June 2018
What To Do With Lobsters — A Bartender Explains

Cook it, eat the meat, but keep the shells and make a cocktail out of it.

Gourmet / 29 May 2018

Reinventing The Croissant

For years, no chef dared the improve the croissant. Now, though, a new generation of bakers is reinventing the most iconic of French patisserie.

Gourmet11 June 2018
At the Pimalai Resort in Koh Lanta, Bruno Menard Designs A New Menu

Bruno Menard's new menu for The Seven Seas restaurant pays homage to the locals of Koh Lanta.

Entertainment & Culture5 June 2018
Girlhood Across America, Captured by One Photographer

On the 20th anniversary of her project “Girl Pictures,” the photographer Justine Kurland looks back at her now-iconic images.

Art & Design1 June 2018
Brand to Know: A Slow-Living Ceramics Studio in Singapore

To the Singaporean couple behind Omelet Trees, ceramics are pauses in life.

Entertainment & Culture31 May 2018
Decoding The Many Faces of Doona Bae

It might come as a surprise to find out that the real-life Doona Bae, unlike her usually spunky appearances in film and television, is more reserved and withdrawn, and almost dream-like in her reticence.

Gourmet29 May 2018
Bringing Tea Culture Into The 21st Century

It’s at the TWG Tea Institute, a trim and cosy space within the brand’s global headquarters, that the TWG Tea ceremony was conceived and developed to its current iteration over past 10 years.

Art & Design / 9 May 2018

Andy Warhol’s Never-Before-Seen Photo Portraits

Recently, writer Pat Hackett opened a three-ring binder in her apartment and discovered 83 unpublished photographs by Andy Warhol.

Art & Design28 May 2018
The Photographer Nacho Alegre Captures His Creative World — in Polaroids

T sent Alegre a Polaroid camera to photograph the event and his many travels — from Milan to Barcelona to the Catalan town of Púbol, where Salvador Dalí transformed a crumbling farmhouse once owned by Alegre’s family into a surrealist castle.

Gourmet25 May 2018
In Conversation: A Spanish and Japanese Chef on Tuna

A Spanish and Japanese chef on their culinary cultures' tuna cutting techniques.

Entertainment & Culture22 May 2018
Royal Wedding Merchandise: the Strangest & Most Collectible

From colouring books, breakfast cereal to printed socks — some of the most enthusiastic royal wedding merchandise.

Art & Design18 May 2018
A Swedish Collector Selling Vintage Scandinavian Furniture in Singapore

When it comes to furnishing a Scandinavian-themed house, old is gold.

Art & Design17 May 2018
In the Studio With an Artist Who Paints in a ‘Colour Trance’

The most uncommon colour combinations do the strangest things.

Art & Design15 May 2018
Maker to Know: A Ceramist Creating Insect-Adorned Plates

Some ceramics inspired by 17th-century paintings of flowers and food that often had nasty slugs in them.

Gourmet10 May 2018
The Spirit of Korean Food — A Korean Chef Explains

It is about time that we understand the cuisine that has come to be an indelible part of our diet.

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