ONEWARE: James Dyson Award 2016 goes to Loren Lim, National Winner Design meets disability 2016’s national winner for the James Dyson Award competition in Singapore goes to Loren Lim who invented Oneware, a product that aims to simplify household chores to be more effortless for the physically challenged users from different background that includes amputees,…
Interview with Founder of Singapore Fashion Runway Eileen Yap
Where Art Tho? – Investigating the visual arts scene in NUS through the lens of one of the university’s very own visual arts clubs, nuStudios.
Untold first-hand stories showing determination, passion and ingenuity of an amazing generation of engineers On 7th April 2018, the Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) launched “Engineering a First World – 50 Feats that Transformed Singapore”, a book recounting first-person stories of engineers behind Singapore’s 50 greatest engineering feats. Mr. Heng Chee How, Senior Minister of…
Experience the legacy of Angkor at the Asian Civilisations Museum this summer 2018
Climate change calls for environmental action
Written by Zhou XiZhuang Michael When we observe China’s growing assertiveness in the South China Sea, it is tempting for us to pause and ask: why has China instigated such a geopolitical affair that has exacerbated regional relations and rendered itself to a difficult position? In the words of Mr. Kishore Mahbubani, China’s political intransigence…
We Need To Talk About Sex
Food for Thought: To Pay or Not To Pay?
(2018 New Waves speakers (Left to right, from Top): Pathompon Mont Tesprateep, Don Aravind, Amanda Nell Eu, Sharifah Amani, Silke Schmickl, Andie Chen, Tania De Rozario, Janice Koh) SHORT FILM SCREENING AND DIALOGUE New Waves shines a spotlight on young filmmakers who are making waves through the archipelago, forming an emerging community within Southeast Asia….
The Nightingale [Theatre Review]
Black Panther : The R Word [Movie Review]
The University Cultural Centre Façade (image courtesy of NUS Centre For the Arts) The University Cultural Centre (UCC) that resides in the west outskirts of the NUS campus, formally reopened on 22 March after a six-month closure. Since it was first opened on 5 September 2000, the UCC has hosted a list of prominent…
The Illumi Fest Run at the Heart of Marina Bay – A Uni Student’s Perspective
5 Things I Learnt Living On Campus
Checkpoint Theatre is delighted to present an electrifying new production, Thick Beats for Good Girls. Written and performed by performance-poet Pooja Nansi (Singapore) and award-winning playwright Jessica Bellamy (Australia), Thick Beats asks a ton of questions about the balancing act that is being a woman, an ethnic or religious minority, and—God forbid—a hip-hop enthusiast. Directed…
Textures – A Weekend with Words
Perhaps Today; Perhaps Tomorrow