“Why you listen to all this satanic music? So you satanic ah?” Mr Subash Ramone, 42, says that is one of the most common questions he gets for being a death metal fan. TODAY asks three metal music fans how they feel the community is perceived and why they are passionate about this genre of […]
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Did you know that over 400,000 water quality tests are carried out annually in Singapore? Or that live fish are used to monitor water quality? Find out how water from local catchments is treated into potable water.
See how these music students put art and technology together for positive social impact, which is part of MeshMinds 2.0: ArtxTechforGood, at the ArtScience Museum till Mar 17.
While Singapore and Malaysia’s move to de-escalate the maritime dispute is an “important first step”, it is just one step in a “long journey” ahead, says Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan
With streaming to be abolished in 2024, TODAY speaks to former Normal stream students on the challenges they faced.
For this year’s #BuySingLit festival, local writers will compose spontaneous poems and personalised flash fiction on typewriters. We gave poet Charlene Shepherdson the word ‘transparent’ to write a poem based on.
“I’m happier, but I face a different set of problems,” said Mr Chong Suan, 44, who left his job as an engineer in 2017 to set up Chuan Ji Bakery in 2017. The father of two has yet drawn a salary from this business as he taps on his savings to keep the shop going. […]
What do you do with thousands of used plastic cups? ‘Plastikophobia’ is Canadian artist Von Wong’s latest artwork featuring over 18,000 used plastic cups collected from 26 hawker centres. The aim is to highlight the rapid buildup of single-use plastic waste.
As the relentless march of technology leaves its mark across industries, scores of Singapore workers young and old have risen to the challenge, jumping over hurdles to embrace new skills and stay ahead of the curve. Yet, there remains a segment of society who risk being left in the dust. Some of these workers, who […]
A Vietnamese kindergarten, sponsored by the North Korean embassy in Hanoi, put up decorations and practiced music shows to welcome the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.