Tag Archives: Singapore

Film is Not Dead

Film is Not Dead

Delve into the development process of film rolls and black & white photos. By: Dania Amiril Film photography is making a comeback. Numerous photography enthusiasts are returning to the craft’s roots... 

Are racist jokes ok?

Are racist jokes ok?

While many Singaporeans seem blasé about racist jokes, others feel we should know where to draw the line.   Watch the video here first:   “How come you’re so light-skinned for an Indian?... 

Fast & Food-rious

Fast & Food-rious

Fasten your seatbelt and ready your wallets as you go on a journey to discover food vans in Singapore. By Rachel Chan   Restaurants, food courts and hawker centres – these places are colloquial... 

Box of Delight

Box of Delight

What’s the charm of subscription boxes? – HYPE finds out By Rachel Chan Subscription boxes are all the rage among YouTubers, bloggers and anybody intrested in fashion, food, gadgets, geeky... 

Cupcakes with a local twist

Cupcakes with a local twist

a:link {color:#EF3F23} !important; Love both your designer cupcakes and traditional kuehs? Check out these fusion offerings. More halal bakeries in Singapore are giving their kuehs, or traditional bite-sized... 

Cold Shoulder for Local Literature?

Cold Shoulder for Local Literature?

Why are many Singaporeans giving the local literary scene a cold shoulder? By Rachel Chan, Kimberly Lim & Audrey Leong You open up the newspapers and read that yet another Singaporean writer has won... 

Team Cap in Singapore: 3 Funniest Quotes

Team Cap in Singapore: 3 Funniest Quotes

Members of Team Cap from the cast of Captain America brightens the press conference with humor. Expect more than a loud, brash action spectacle in Captain America: Civil War. The Marvel Studios film, which... 

Three Buns: April’s Guiltless Triple Decker Burger

Three Buns: April’s Guiltless Triple Decker Burger

Despite Singapore being the world’s most expensive city for the second year, burgers here thankfully cost nowhere near the US$666 [S$905] for New York’s The Douche Burger, apparently the world’s... 

Daphne Khoo: Ups and Downs

Daphne Khoo: Ups and Downs

You might know her best as a cheerful, wide-eyed contestant in the first season of Singapore Idol but talented vocalist, Daphne Khoo, has come a long way since then. Her fresh-faced days during her audition... 

Photo Essay: A Gift for Singapore

Photo Essay: A Gift for Singapore

Photo Essay   Check out this photo essay over at our Exposure Tell us what you think of these commemorative Sg50 concerts below!    ...

Theodora Lau: Heading Upwards in the Rabbit Hole

Theodora Lau: Heading Upwards in the Rabbit Hole

Profile: Theodora Lau Music has always been a major part of Theodora Lau’s life. “Before I finished my ‘O’ Levels, my dad told me: ‘If you want to sing, if that’s what you feel like doing for... 

Sing50: The Sounds Of Singapore

Sing50: The Sounds Of Singapore

Concert Review: Sing50 By now, a single look at the name Sing50 ought to get you speculating that this is yet another SG50 event… and you’re not wrong. Held at the National Stadium during the...