The presidential frontrunner, hailing from a family reviled by many citizens, has a large fan following among OFWs working abroad, including in Japan, Hong Kong.
Singaporean historian Khir Johari explores the tantalising gastronomy of Singapore Malays and ‘Nusantara’ in his debut book The Food of Singapore Malays: Gastronomic Travels Through The Archipelago.
A rise in cases has put pressure on the city state’s funeral service industry to adjust to handling more Covid-19 deaths.
Between 1978 and 1996, more than 30,000 Vietnamese refugees spent time at a former military barracks on Singapore’s Hawkins Road converted by the UNHCR into a temporary refuge.
‘He’s not Superman’ and can he fight corruption? While Manny Pacquaio has hung up his gloves to seek the Philippine presidency, some overseas Filipino workers say they can’t see him as ‘anything more than a boxer’.
In the face of oppression, these women are determined to keep their sports alive.
The overseas workers have organised fundraisers and donation drives to send relief goods and ready-to-eat meals to northern Luzon, which was lashed by Vamco.
Deceptively beautiful photos depicting Thai protesters as Mockingjays blur the line between art and reality, begging the question: did these events really occur?