Visual artist Samantha Lo was arrested in 2012 for vandalism in Singapore. Her journey is captured in an episode of “Living in SIN”, which sheds light on a number of issues in Singapore. Photo: Handout Visual artist Samantha Lo was arrested in 2012 for vandalism in Singapore. Her journey is captured in an episode of “Living in SIN”, which sheds light on a number of issues in Singapore. Photo: Handout
Visual artist Samantha Lo was arrested in 2012 for vandalism in Singapore. Her journey is captured in an episode of “Living in SIN”, which sheds light on a number of issues in Singapore. Photo: Handout

Why Singapore isn’t boring: its gritty underbelly explored by online series ‘Living in SIN’

  • Underground hip-hop, convicted street artists and the city state’s most notorious gangster tackled in new online micro-documentary series
  • Creators from online channel Not Safe For TV say directors such as Eric Khoo, Jasmine Ng and Anthony Chen paved the way for young filmmakers like them

Topic |   Singapore
Visual artist Samantha Lo was arrested in 2012 for vandalism in Singapore. Her journey is captured in an episode of “Living in SIN”, which sheds light on a number of issues in Singapore. Photo: Handout Visual artist Samantha Lo was arrested in 2012 for vandalism in Singapore. Her journey is captured in an episode of “Living in SIN”, which sheds light on a number of issues in Singapore. Photo: Handout
Visual artist Samantha Lo was arrested in 2012 for vandalism in Singapore. Her journey is captured in an episode of “Living in SIN”, which sheds light on a number of issues in Singapore. Photo: Handout
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