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Watches, Entertainment & Culture19 October 2020
Benedict Cumberbatch on the Art of Breathing

In the current dark times, the “Doctor Strange” actor re-evaluates the value of time and quality of living through his experience with Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Entertainment & Culture19 October 2020
In Transitional Times, the Evolution of Singapore’s Bar Scene

As bars adhere to strict regulations of social distancing, how has the experience of late nights out condensed itself to wind down by 10.30pm?

Entertainment & Culture15 October 2020
In the Digital Era, a Case for Entrepreneurship

Wesley Ng, the entrepreneur and co-founder of tech accessories brand Casetify, believes that having a clear brand mission is the key to growing a successful business.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture, Beauty14 October 2020
T Suggests: A Fresh Mediterranean Feast, a Short Film on Singapore’s Art Scene and an Eco-Friendly Sunblock

In Singapore, the celebrity chef Daniel Boulud launches a special Mediterranean-themed menu — and more.

Entertainment & Culture13 October 2020
Henry Golding Drew on His Own Cultural Confusion in ‘Monsoon’

The actor discussed how playing a British-Vietnamese man trying to understand his identity resonated with Golding’s experiences living in Britain and Malaysia.

How to Live Better, Entertainment & Culture7 October 2020
How Can I Avoid Feeling Lonely When All My Friends Are Coupled Up?

“When confronted with forces beyond our control, isolation can be a form of escape and self-preservation,” writes one of our advice columnists.

T | On Set, Entertainment & Culture4 October 2020
On Set | Laura Harrier on Black Representation in Hollywood

The actress talks about the women who inspire her, working on the set of “Hollywood” and the transformative power of the show’s period garments.

Trending, Entertainment & Culture3 October 2020
Laura Harrier Wants to Tell the Truth — On and Off the Screen

The actress Laura Harrier, who recently starred in Netflix’s “Hollywood,” wants to help write a progressive future for the flawed industry by speaking her truth.

Art & Design, Entertainment & Culture2 October 2020
When Life Looks Like a Wes Anderson Movie

An Instagram platform, now a book, documents real-life settings that look like frames from the director’s movies.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture2 October 2020
In Singapore, a New Dining Experience Dishes Up Food for Thought

Nouri’s sister outlet Appetite parks food, music, and art under one roof.

Entertainment & Culture, Watches25 September 2020
The Striking Parallels Between James Marsden and His New On-Screen Role

Portraying a historic watchmaker in IWC’s new short film, “Born of a Dream,” the actor lends a window into the concealed life of Florentine Ariosto Jones.

Entertainment & Culture23 September 2020
The Actors With Disabilities Redefining Representation

These performers are creating a new template for the artist-as-activist, challenging their industry — and their audiences — to reconsider what inclusion really means.

Jewellery, Entertainment & Culture18 September 2020
Pearls Are a Boy’s Best Friend

For men, the pearl necklace represents both the unravelling and buttressing of gender norms.

Entertainment & Culture, Watches8 September 2020
Maisie Williams on TikTok, Saving Dolphins and Coming Into Her Own

As a child, Maisie Williams grew up on television sets and in the public eye. Now we witness the actor transition into the next chapter of her life story — both onscreen and off.

T | On Set, Entertainment & Culture4 September 2020
On Set | Lili Reinhart on Life After “Riverdale”

On the set of T Singapore’s September issue cover shoot in Malibu, the “Riverdale” actress Lili Reinhart talks about trying to live life unfiltered, not taking herself too seriously and her budding relationship with fashion.

Trending, Entertainment & Culture3 September 2020
Lili Reinhart Is Going Beyond the Screen

After “Riverdale”, Lili Reinhart has emerged not just as an actor of formidable talent — but also as an outspoken voice of her generation. For the cover story of T’s September issue, she talks of what’s to come.

Entertainment & Culture28 August 2020
How to Put On a Hungry Ghost Festival Getai Show During a Pandemic

No live audience? No problem. The show must go on.

T at Home, T | How To, Entertainment & Culture27 August 2020
How To | Start a Compost Bin at Home

The nutritionist and sustainability advocate Charlotte Mei shows how she composts food waste from the kitchen using the bokashi method.

Entertainment & Culture, T | On Set26 August 2020
In the Studio With MYRNE

With the OPPO Reno4 Pro in hand, Manfred Lim — the Singaporean electronic musician and DJ who’s better known as MYRNE — reflects on his sound and what being his best self means.

The Visionaries, Art & Design, Entertainment & Culture26 August 2020
The Visionaries Who Are Changing Singapore’s Arts & Culture Scene

Meet the group of creatives from the realms of theatre, film, music and art, who have carved their own paths in a city that often overlooks the important contribution of artists.

The Visionaries, Entertainment & Culture25 August 2020
The Singaporean Theatre Practitioner Championing Disability Art

As the founder of Access Path Productions, Grace Lee-Khoo leads a team that works with disabled communities to increase public visibility and awareness of disabled individuals. Through the medium of applied theatre, she hopes to shape a society that is accessible to all.

The Visionaries, Entertainment & Culture19 August 2020
The Singaporean Filmmaker Who Is Changing the Local Film Industry

Boo Junfeng, one of Singapore’s most prominent filmmakers, believes he’s just getting started — in both his personal craft and cultivating domestic appreciation for the nation’s film industry.

The Visionaries, Entertainment & Culture18 August 2020
The Singaporean Entrepreneur Giving New Life to Forgotten Spaces

As the co-founder of Pocket Projects, Karen Tan reimagines forgotten spaces in Singapore’s dense urban landscape. She runs The Projector, a local indie cinema and event space repurposed from a ’70s movie theatre.

Entertainment & Culture, Gourmet13 August 2020
T Suggests: A Wine Bar That Serves Pig’s Head Pasta, Well-Designed Puzzles and an Urban Escape

In Singapore, a new rebellious wine bar with a barbecue-forward menu — and more.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending10 August 2020
Editor’s Letter: In Celebration of Singapore

Throughout the month of August, T is running a special digital series that pays tribute to the artists and creatives who have contributed to the development and evolution of Singapore’s arts and culture scene.

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