Be it Mediacorp or Mothership, the choices Singaporeans have for local media are few and far between. This lack in diversity may not be at the front of most people’s minds, but is a concerning issue nonetheless.
Despite the increased emphasis on mental health over the years, are we doing enough?
In this article, we sit down with successful entrepreneur Calvin Cheng and discuss financial literacy, pivoting and how the youth can start on their journey towards financial stability.
Meet Yong Jie, a 26-year old Social Work undergraduate at NUS. Student, Entrepreneur and Inclusivity Advocate, read his story here.
What do PUBG, the Circuit Breaker and handmade cards have to do with the elderly?
Read on to find out about the journey of the budding social enterprise Hey, You Got Mail! and how they are battling the problem of elderly isolation in Singapore, one letter at a time.
No, this article will not be discussing the US presidential election. Instead, we return to the two names that have been plaguing our headlines the past month – COVID-19 and Dengue.
For what has been conceptualised to educate us about sex and sexuality in Singaporean schools, is it really effective?
In the second article in this 2-part series, we look at how these social enterprises have modified their business strategies to stay afloat in these uncertain times — Ma Te Sai, Singapore Fashion Runway, Foreword Coffee Roasters and Skillseed — and talk about how they have changed their business models for a good cause.
The term originated in 2017, and has slowly but surely picked up negative connotations. While some have been quick to call for the cancelling of cancel culture, whose definition of cancel culture are they exactly referring to?
A common argument often runs through religious groups that preach “guidance” – sexuality is a choice that can be changed. Thus, I open up the old-age question that has been kicked and beaten so many times: Is sexuality a choice?