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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.

Interracial Love: Are We Ready?

Interracial Love: Are We Ready?

Many young interracial couples still find it hard to get their parents’ blessings despite growing number of interracial marriage in Singapore.

Brick By Not-So-Boring Brick

Brick By Not-So-Boring Brick

In place of brushes and canvas, brick Artist Xylvie Huang uses Lego bricks and base plates for her artistic creations

Boo Junfeng: Won Award at Golden Horse Awards

Boo Junfeng: Won Award at Golden Horse Awards

Homegrown director takes home NETPAC Award for “Apprentice”.

Nobody Can Drag Her Down

Nobody Can Drag Her Down

Mona Kee Kee shares what it’s like to be a drag queen in Singapore.

Race Relations Still a Work in Progress: Divian Nair

Race Relations Still a Work in Progress: Divian Nair

The We Are Majulah founder called on students to seek common space in a diverse Singapore at Cross-Cultural Symposium 2016.

Fukushima survivor: Turning pain into poetry

Fukushima survivor: Turning pain into poetry

Ryoichi Wago became the voice of Fukushima as Japan reeled from the sharp blow of its worst nuclear disaster.

To Change And Be Changed

To Change And Be Changed

3 young Singaporeans came home with life-changing experiences after making a change in others’ lives.

She’s Her Own Boss At 17

She’s Her Own Boss At 17

WIN Candela Cosmetic’s eye-shadow and brush set worth $56.

8 Singaporean LGBT Youths

8 Singaporean LGBT Youths

UrbanWire decided to turn the spotlight on 8 local youths in the community.

Censorship In Singapore: Necessarily Strict?

Censorship In Singapore: Necessarily Strict?

Renowned photojournalist Newsha Tavakolian, who has worked for TIME and National Geographic, exhibits her works in Singapore.

Buyer’s Remorse

Buyer’s Remorse

With this year’s Great Singapore Sale(GSS), will we have even more shoppers scrambling for discounted deals… then regretting them?