What makes Zoom events or classes so unappealing to us? Maybe it’s the awkward silence, or the feeling of self-consciousness we get from feeling everyone’s eyes on us. However, like it or not, online events are here to stay in the near future. How, then, can we make them a more enjoyable experience?
Singapore, the food paradise that is home to the world-renowned hawker culture. Yet, the sunny island festers with eating disorders that are often misunderstood and wrongly stereotyped — hindering the proper diagnosis and successful recovery of many.
Seven Centimetres From Myself, a short film by the producer of beloved local sitcom Phua Chu Kang, will be one of just 25 films to be screened at the Go Mental! International Short Film Festival 2021, a Berlin-based film festival primarily focused on mental health.
As Singapore continues to progress and develop, we often hear news of such heritage buildings being demolished to make way for yet another highway or MRT line, followed by the fight to preserve these buildings instead.
So, what do buildings have to do with our national identity and culture?
With modern emphasis on one’s subjective experiences, doctor-patient relationships have since morphed into a collaborative model that recognises patients’ rights in making decisions over their treatment and care.
The lack of empathy from doctors, however, may just be the spanner thrown in the works.
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.
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?
In this article, we specially look into three social enterprises that have modified their scope of beneficiaries — Art for Good, Pope Jai Thai and The Nail Social — widening it to cater to groups of people badly affected by the pandemic and how their business operations have changed while doing so.