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Short Anime Comedies to Get You Through School

Short Anime Comedies to Get You Through School

School is back, and gradually you’re swamped with assignments. You want a break, but you don’t want to risk spending hours watching episode after episode. Not to worry, NUSSU The Ridge has the perfect list of short gag anime for you. These anime do not follow an actual plot, and most importantly, they don’t end...

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Discover Hong Kong – the Budget Way

Discover Hong Kong – the Budget Way

Forget about the tours and typical tourist attractions like Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park. Here are some ways you can appreciate Hong Kong while making your wallet happy. 1. Travel like a local with public transport MTR First things first, get an Octopus card. It can be used on all types of public transport, and...

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A Sneak Peek into Topshop Topman Open House 2017

A Sneak Peek into Topshop Topman Open House 2017

Ever had an age-old checkered pair of bottoms chucked at the corners of your drawers because you hadn’t known how to pair them? Or had your eye on a favourite piece of printed flounce georgette but was forced to give it up because it was too expensive? Start heading down to the Topshop Topman Open...

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Movie Review: The Complexity of Redemption in Koe no Katachi

Movie Review: The Complexity of Redemption in Koe no Katachi

Portraying themes of friendship and redemption rather than romance cliches, Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice) tackles the complexities of life and the struggle to fix fragile ties in a friendship.  Synopsis Nishimiya Shoko, a deaf girl, transfers into Ishida Shoya’s elementary school class. Tired of constantly helping her, the class starts to bully Nishimiya, especially Ishida. However, the bullying...

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[Review] Moana – You’ll Want to Jump into the Ocean

[Review] Moana – You’ll Want to Jump into the Ocean

Disney Pixar’s latest movie will whisk you off to the Polynesian islands in Moana. It is a unique offering by Disney in that the narrative and characters come from different cultures not explored before. As expected of Disney, the animation was amazing and made me want to jump into the ocean. Moana is definitely worth...