Love at Last
Having had a fervent passion for romance novels since she was a teenager, Sally Lim has always yearned for her own happy ending
Valentine’s Day Woe
Expecting to be showered with chocolates and roses, she waited for him at the usual subway station that morning. It had been the ritual since
1380 steps of YOG buildup
Singapore’s Central District saw people from all walks of life on Feb 8 as the annual National Vertical Marathon (NVM) brought action
Hollywood has an abundance of superhero figures: Superman, Spider-Man, Batman… But, Japanese pop culture had no superhero icon until one finally emerges with the movie K-20: Legend of the Mask.
Nursing that Broken Heart
How do you cope with the ache in your heart after a break-up?The Museum of Broken Relationships, is here in Singapore from Croatia, to carry the burden of past and broken relationships for you.
Paper is all that artists Kelvin Atmadibrata (Indonesia) and Rin Ioka (Japan) want for Christmas this year, as the duo collaborates on an origami exhibition titled Mobile Garden at Pagoda St.'s Forth Gallery from Dec 23 to 30.
Korean wave in S'pore
Koreamania gripped audiences at the Singapore Indoor Stadium as 9 Korean artistes stormed the stage with a medley
Made for fans
If you think SAW is overdone, think again - the end doesn’t seem to be even near. The fifth chapter of torture-porn SAW continues
Dim Sum for unhurried thoughts
“Hollywood movies don’t give even half a second to breathe,” said Wayne Wang, the famous 59-year-old Asian-American director, about mainstream action-packed and effects-laden movies. “Empty spaces give you time to think about life.” “Empty spaces” is exactly what he gives to the audience in his second independent film, Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart (1985).