Posts Tagged: Singapore

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home

Located along the junction of Balestier and Serangoon Road, the 107-year old Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home is one of Singapore’s oldest charitable healthcare institutions, with a history dating back to 1861, when parts of the current building

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home

Located along the junction of Balestier and Serangoon Road, the 107-year old Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home is one of Singapore’s oldest charitable healthcare institutions, with a history dating back to 1861, when parts of the current building

Exploring Seletar West Farmway

Located off the main road of Jalan Kayu, Seletar West Farmway is one of the three remaining Farmways left in Singapore, the other two being Pasir Ris Farmway and Murai Farmway in Lim Chu Kang.  It was once home to

Exploring Seletar West Farmway

Located off the main road of Jalan Kayu, Seletar West Farmway is one of the three remaining Farmways left in Singapore, the other two being Pasir Ris Farmway and Murai Farmway in Lim Chu Kang.  It was once home to

The trouble with citizen journalism in Singapore

The following article ‘ The Myth of the Online Bypass ‘ by Cherian George perhaps sums up the state of citizen journalism in Singapore, the flaws, air of arrogance and an oxymoronic version of what we would like to call

The trouble with citizen journalism in Singapore

The following article ‘ The Myth of the Online Bypass ‘ by Cherian George perhaps sums up the state of citizen journalism in Singapore, the flaws, air of arrogance and an oxymoronic version of what we would like to call

Learning from Germany’s approach to History

It is hard to apologise for a mistake made, let alone one that came at the cost of over 6 million lives. Yet Germany and in particular it’s capital, Berlin, has adopted an interesting stance towards the recognition of it

Learning from Germany’s approach to History

It is hard to apologise for a mistake made, let alone one that came at the cost of over 6 million lives. Yet Germany and in particular it’s capital, Berlin, has adopted an interesting stance towards the recognition of it

Block 310

By Nicholas Yeo The void deck is a concept unique to Singapore that holds more memories and meaning than its name suggests. Some people have labeled it as ‘social engineering through empty spaces’, and I think most of us would

Block 310

By Nicholas Yeo The void deck is a concept unique to Singapore that holds more memories and meaning than its name suggests. Some people have labeled it as ‘social engineering through empty spaces’, and I think most of us would