Singaporeans doing good beyond bordersWhile we are deep in the midst of a pandemic, many of us living on this sheltered sunny island forget that communities across the world…
11 Feb 2022
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Thai Cabinet becomes first in Southeast Asia to approve same-sex union Bill

Thailand’s Cabinet has approved the draft of Civil Partnership Bill on Tuesday, 7 June, which when passed, will legalise same-sex couples unions. But this Bill will not go as far as endorsing same-sex marriage. It will enable gay couples to adopt children, jointly manage assets and liabilities and have inheritance and heritage rights between partners…
9 Jun 2022 2 mins read

Singapore LGBTQ+ community’s first BL web drama series debuts

“How can you be gay?” This question often rings true for many in the LGBTQ+ community when they come out to friends – parents in particular. And that is the exact question when Getaway, a five-episode web series opens with Singapore boy Sam coming out to his conservative father. This inaugural web drama,  produced by…
1 Jun 2022 5 mins read

Singaporeans doing good beyond borders

While we are deep in the midst of a pandemic, many of us living on this sheltered sunny island forget that communities across the world are struggling to gain access to basic amenities, education, and healthcare.  Not Wateroam and Seva Seed. The two enterprises born and bred in Singapore, aim to change the lots in…
11 Feb 2022 4 mins read

Travel during the pandemic: Self-entitlement or a much-needed mental health therapy?

Since Covid-19 brought international travel to a screeching halt in 2020, there has been a new social phenomenon going on; “travel shaming”. People who decide to go on a trip in the midst of a global pandemic that has infected and caused the death of millions are often beset with this latest plague. With the…
21 Jan 2022 5 mins read

Myanmar Recap: Fears of civil war, Singapore’s stance, and what the public can do

As events in Myanmar continue to worsen, increased pressure mounts on Singapore and other global powers to help control the situation. Here is a snapshot of what has transpired in the past weeks. On 1 April, the horrific news of six-year-old Khin Myo Chit shot dead as she ran into her father’s arms shook the…
6 Apr 2021 5 mins read

Pitnapat Yotinratanachai Pays Tribute To The Rock Star Lifestyle For AIDFW 2021

From 28 to 31 January 2021, ASEAN International Digital Fashion Week will broadcast on the THG website at 2100 hrs (+8 GMT) for 4 nights. Watch the showcase here.   It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention, and what with the many curveballs that life has thrown our way in the past year, we’ve…
27 Jan 2021 3 mins read

Protests in the Modern World – Where Creativity and Technology Reign Supreme

Gone are the days where the thought of protests immediately painted a picture of people holding picket signs and chanting in unison. Images of violence may even come to mind; these days, however, protests are a far cry from those in the past. Times change and so does human behaviour – now, people are thinking…
26 Oct 2020 2 mins read

The Best Nature Destinations For a Relaxing Holiday In Asia

Asia — the largest continent on Earth. Spanning the uninhabited wilderness of Siberia to the lush tropical rainforests of Indonesia, Asia is a hotspot for nature lovers as it has a climate as diverse as its geographic features. It houses some of the most stunning natural phenomenons of the world, including one of the seven…
9 Aug 2020 2 mins read

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