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Entertainment & Culture30 May 2020
Editor’s Letter: Read T Singapore’s June Issue Online Now


Fronted by the unmistakable Korean actor Park Seo Jun, flip through our sustainability-themed issue which is now available as a full e-magazine.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending29 May 2020
How Park Seo Jun Is Breaking the Mould

Being uncomfortable is the way that Korean superstar Park Seo Jun grows as an actor and a human.

Entertainment & Culture, T | On Set28 May 2020
On Set | Park Seo Jun on Mental Health, Acting and “Parasite”

The Korean actor talks about dealing with mental health, his acting roles and the state of the Korean entertainment industry.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture27 May 2020
After the Pandemic, What Happens to Chopsticks and Sharing Food?

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.

Entertainment & Culture27 May 2020
Rooms by the Hour for People Weary of Quarantine

An app offering short-term rentals called Globe says demand is way up.

Entertainment & Culture24 May 2020
The Pandemic Ad Salutes You

In coronavirus-themed commercials, consumption is reframed as a public service performed by heroes, for heroes.

Entertainment & Culture22 May 2020
Is Marriage a Prize?

That’s what American social and pop culture taught me.

Entertainment & Culture18 May 2020
Does Diversity Bring Dollars?

As Hollywood is pushed towards a more inclusive future, what will it mean for the minorities it purports to represent?

Entertainment & Culture, Travel18 May 2020
How the Buddha Got His Face

His image is so commonplace that you could believe it must always have existed — yet for six centuries after his death, he was never once depicted in human form.

Entertainment & Culture16 May 2020
Let Books Create Your Summer

This season’s reading will have to do more than usual to help us get away from it all while we can’t get away.

Entertainment & Culture15 May 2020
How Can I Say Goodbye to My City in the Middle of a Pandemic?

“I feel more connected to my family and friends than ever before,” writes one of our advice columnists. “The virus has collapsed distances.”

Entertainment & Culture13 May 2020
While Staying at Home, How to Learn a New Language

We may not be thrilled with our housebound conditions, but what better opportunity for picking up a foreign language?

Entertainment & Culture, Art & Design12 May 2020
Revisiting the Posy in Our Current Moment

Once thought to protect against disease, the small bouquets can at least provide a bit of beauty.

Entertainment & Culture11 May 2020
Decoding the Symbolic Hatting of “Kingdom”

Set in the hierarchical society of the Joseon era, Netflix’s “Kingdom” series emphasised hats as signifiers of social status. But ultimately, as we are learning, none of that can save the rich and powerful from infection or death.

Entertainment & Culture10 May 2020
How Hip-Hop Royalty Found a New Home on Instagram Live

The pandemic halted in-person gatherings, but a new type of party was born on social media, with rap stars leading the charge.

Entertainment & Culture, T | On Set6 May 2020
On Set | Seven Veteran Actresses

Extraordinary African-American actresses, including Halle Berry, Angela Bassett and Taraji P. Henson, remember their first roles and discuss the solidarity they feel with one another.

Entertainment & Culture6 May 2020
The Esteemed Black Actresses Who Finally Have the Spotlight

Though their journey in Hollywood is hard and steep, a number of women have made it to the top. And they’re not done yet.

Entertainment & Culture4 May 2020
Secretly Filmed, a Forgotten Movie That Portrays Singapore as It Was

Clandestinely shot in the ’70s before being banned for almost 30 years, Peter Bogdanovich’s movie, “Saint Jack”, is a window into the uncensored reality of a bygone Singapore.

Entertainment & Culture2 May 2020
The ‘Credibility Bookcase’ Is the Quarantine’s Hottest Accessory

The bookcase has become the preferred background for applying a patina of authority to an amateurish video feed.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending30 April 2020
Editor’s Letter: Read T Singapore’s May Issue Online Now

Delve deep into our film and culture-themed issue which is available as a full e-magazine.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending30 April 2020
Claire Danes Is Ready to Take on More

Actress Claire Danes has been performing since she was 14, moving seamlessly between television and film. Now she is poised to explore uncharted territories.

Entertainment & Culture29 April 2020
What Do Letters Reveal About the Creative Mind?

In an age of oversharing and auto-fiction, reading a person’s correspondence still offers the best window into how a literary self is formed.

Entertainment & Culture, T at Home28 April 2020
How to Plant a Victory Garden, Even on a Windowsill

A step-by-step guide to growing edible plants in the smallest of urban outdoor spaces.

Jewellery, Entertainment & Culture27 April 2020
Does the Chinese Tradition of Betrothal Jewellery Still Hold Its Significance?

As traditional gold jewellery loses its appeal among younger Chinese brides, modern interpretations have slowly won over.

T | On Set, Entertainment & Culture24 April 2020
On Set | Butches and Studs, in Their Own Words

Eileen Myles, Roxane Gay, Lea DeLaria and others discuss their aesthetic, their identity and their place within L.G.B.T.Q. history.

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