What if I had decided to go to that school instead? What if I had worked harder? What if I could have led a better life than the one I am living right now? We would be lying to ourselves if we said that such thoughts have never crossed our minds.
Everything Everywhere All At Once brings these ideas to the fore through its main character, Evelyn Quan, and the tragedy that is her life. The film’s unique blend of sci-fi and absurdist comedy has left many of its viewers reflecting on their lives; which is maybe what many of us need right now — a new perspective.
Through dating apps, finding ‘the one’ has never been easier and more convenient. Yet we should always temper our optimism with caution. While it is true that dating apps do help people get into relationships, in some instances, dating apps hurt more than they help.
What future paths does an ex-offender have? Many of us may believe that the answer to that question is simply reintegration. However, volunteers at Architects of Life believe otherwise, kicking off Singapore’s first-ever tours led by ex-secret society members.
Graffiti exists in a precarious position in Singapore, where the hand that sprays it risks a fine, imprisonment or caning. On the other hand, they are admired as an artist, master of their craft. Either way, graffiti as a medium remains elusive to the public.
Have you ever wondered why the crescent moon and star are a widely accepted symbol of the Islamic religion?
Women continue to find themselves disproportionately shouldering larger childrearing and homemaking responsibilities, despite the rise in dual-income households. How has this affected women’s decisions on child-rearing?