The acclaimed chef turned documentary filmmaker returns to Singapore for char kway teow and some serious talk over hearty local meals.
Almost half of the Rohingya population suffered atrocities at the hands of Myanmar’s military government in less than a month.
With people frothing in the mouth and claiming to have been possessed, Singapore in the 1970s looked like a scene out of...
Are Singapore Muslims choosing faith over country, or are they struggling with bigger issues - like cultural and personal identity?
The cabinet reshuffle has given rise to public speculation and closer scrutiny at what the Speaker of Parliament does.
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe called the act an "unprecedented, serious and grave threat".
While the video was reportedly shot in China, “comfort” zones for sexual services existed in Singapore during WWII as well.
Legally speaking, LKY's written will to demolish home does not supersede preservation law
Women are more likely to attend traditional religious services and are more vulnerable to joining cults.