Students In Singapore Bring Migrant Workers Closer To Our Hearts By Giving Them A...

Familiar strangers living in Singapore Source, Source This is a common sight in Singapore. We all know who they are -- they are the people who build our houses; they are the people who clean our houses. Yet we barely know much about their cultural background, which is quite disgraceful considering the fact that...

Here’s How 4 Students From NTU Assist Caregivers Who Help Those With Special Needs

Project Share the Care SG encourages Singaporeans to provide support to caregivers Share the Care SG is a campaign put forward by four students from Nanyang Technological University to encourage Singaporeans to provide support for people who help those with special needs. This campaign highlights the challenges these caregivers face and educates...

David Beckham Declares His Love For MBS; Ranks SG Among His Favourite Places To...

Who knew Becks likes Singapore so much? The iconic football star is a frequent flyer and have visited destinations from the Maldives to Paris to Antarctica. Having been to almost everywhere in the world, one can’t help but wonder where Becks’ favourite places are. Thanks to an interview with British Airways,...

Lee Kong Chian: The Story Behind That Name In Your School

Lee Kong Chian was a self-made multimillionaire who gave back to society This Singapore pioneer should be a familiar name to many by now. You see his name at the NLB's reference library, in secondary schools, and in all the local universities. But who exactly is he and how did he contribute to...

Tan Kah Kee: 10 Surprising Facts About The Man An MRT Is Named After

Tan Kah Kee is more than just a name on the Downtown Line Source You hear the name Tan Kah Kee when you take the Downtown Line, but chances are you know little about this man. Tan Kah Kee was a philanthropist who founded The Chinese High School (a.k.a Hwa Chong...

President Yusof Ishak – The Story Behind The Face Of Your Singapore Dollar Note

The life story of our first president Every Singaporean knows who Yusof Ishak is, but not his story. For the uninitiated, he’s Singapore’s first president – that face you always see when you pull out your dollar note to pay for groceries. Although he passed away 46 years ago in 1970, his...

15 Singaporeans Aged 25 And Under To Watch In 2016

The rising stars of tomorrow As they say, age is nothing but a number. These 15 individuals might be under 25, but have already achieved successes beyond their age. Last year, we cast the spotlight on 15 Singaporeans aged 25 and under to watch in 2015. This year, who will be...

PM Lee Turns 64; Here’s How The Birthday Boy Celebrates His Big Day

PM Lee uses The Beatles' song to describe his 64th birthday No, he didn't go bungee jumping or parachuting off airplanes. But he did visit the Land of the Free and rubbed shoulders with world-famous people. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be in San Francisco for a week from 10 -...

10 Facts About Haw Par Villa’s Last Artisan That Will Surprise You

Giving demon makeovers is part of Mr Teo Veoh Seng's daily routine Mr Teo Veoh Seng is 82 years old, and we don't think anything fazes him at this point. After all, the man did spend his entire childhood and adult life in the company of demons and hellfire in...

Tan Chuan-Jin Proves That He Is The Master Of Troll With One Photo

MSF Minister reenacts hilarious Nikon fail photo Who knew that Minister Tan Chuan-Jin had a funny bone? Minister of Social and Family Development, Tan Chuan Jin, was on a Chinook ride near Marina Bay when he caught a glimpse of an Apache from the rear ramp opening of the Chinook. He quickly whipped up his...

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