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Clamping down on conversion therapy

France is the latest country to join the list of countries that have legislation in place to ban conversion therapies. It passed a new law on 27 January criminalising the use of ‘conversion therapy’, which aims to change or reprimand the sexual orientation or gender identity of an individual.  The new law has been approved…
27 Jan 2022 3 mins read

Has Covid killed cinemas in Singapore as we know them?

When was the last time you managed to catch a blockbuster at the cinema after the Covid-19 circuit breaker ended in May 2020? If your answer is “never”, then you are not alone. The pandemic has had a substantial impact on the film industry in 2020 and 2021 and across the world to varying degrees,…
25 Jan 2022 3 mins read

When tech companies get taken to task for the suicide of an 11-year-old

Meta Platforms and Snap Inc. that run several prominent social media apps, are being blamed for the suicide of an 11-year-old girl who became addicted to Instagram and Snapchat. This is according to the girl’s mother who has recently filed a lawsuit against the two major companies.  Even so, this is not the first incident…
24 Jan 2022 2 mins read

Struggles of JC Students: COVID Edition

Junior Colleges (JC) in Singapore are well-known for having sensational events throughout the year. From orientation programmes when you first step into the new school, to match support and performances, and celebrating different festivities throughout the year. While it may seem like all fun and games, those who have graduated from JC often refer to…
17 Nov 2020 2 mins read
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