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Entertainment & Culture / 28 October 2019
No more experimenting with sound, keeping emotional secrets, or living life around other people’s expectations. JJ Lin isn’t hiding from himself anymore.
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.
The horror comedy “Jennifer’s Body,” starring Fox as a demon who eats boys, showed me the value of teen scream queens when I needed it most.
The spotlight on Singapore’s models has, although dimmed, never gone out — especially for these new faces who continue to put the nation on fashion’s map.
The pandemic has inspired a flurry of new and novel items — and given ordinary ones new meanings.
Over the past months, we’ve embraced comfort food with a renewed fervour. But this isn’t the first time culinary habits have shifted during a pandemic.
Some people are single and ready to mingle (or … more than that), even amid a global pandemic. Here are some tips for doing so safely.
Welcome to the viral world of hyper-realistic cake slicing videos.
The world is reopening, and differing levels of anxiety can strain already tense relationships. Here are some strategies for getting through it together.
You’ll technically have to ‘relearn’ to cook each meal, or to exercise regularly or to read a book a week. But there are some shortcuts.
This month, we celebrate the brands, designers and artists who are changing the conversation by looking ahead.
In Singapore, a legendary pizza joint hailed from Brooklyn finds its second home — and more.
With his new movie, “Welcome to Chechnya,” premiering on HBO, the filmmaker shares some of his favourites.
Amy Sherald, Michael R. Jackson and others discuss the challenges and opportunities of cultivating black audiences and dismantling historically white institutions.
We’ve heard about toilet plume. And now we’re venturing out a little more. So what’s a person with a full bladder to do?
For the actress Ni Ni, one’s true self and role in society are constructed — and reconstructed — in a perpetual process of performance and presentation.
Less is more for 2021 weddings. Extravagant nuptials are taking a back seat to intimate, personalised celebrations.
The sitcom actor, known for roles in “Will & Grace” and “Murphy Brown,” wanted attention his whole life. Naturally, he discovered Instagram.
After the ill-fated campaign rally in Tulsa, an accessory becomes a symbol.
The very earliest days of our lives, and our closest relationships, can offer clues about how we cope with adversity.
Three women from across the globe — all of whom happen to be mothers — are leading their communities towards a more promising future planet as they set their transformative ideas into motion.
From what they eat to how they actually eat it, being together all the time is only intensifying food issues.
If there were one tiny silver lining to the reality that masks are a necessary component of our daily lives now, it is this: smiling on our own terms.
The musician Dev Hynes a.k.a. Blood Orange, the producer Janet Mock, the comedian Trevor Noah and others featured in T share their favourite books.
Tips for putting your best face forward, if only for an office staff meeting.
Fronted by the unmistakable Korean actor Park Seo Jun, flip through our sustainability-themed issue which is now available as a full e-magazine.
T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore’s best videos: digital house tours from around the world, behind-the-scenes looks at cover shoots and more.
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