The vintage arcade game makes a comeback at a new bar

A photo book takes readers around Joo Chiat and Katong to discover its colourful buildings.

JULIA D’SILVA USED to get upset whenever people asked her what an Eurasian was, and if she was Singaporean. These days, she sees it as an opportunity to explain her ethnicity, but laments that...

SHOPPING IS THE national pastime, especially if you’re a Singaporean drawn to shiny malls such as ION Orchard or the new Funan. But that’s not where you will find subculture enthusiast/independent...

HAVING LIVED SEVERAL years in cities from Shanghai to Hong Kong, and now Singapore, Louise Hill says her heart belongs to Asia. The born-and-bred Londoner loves the region so much, she now runs a...

Retiree Hassan Masod, 67, recalls receiving 20 cents in pocket money during his school days. He made it a point to save five cents, not to spend on toys, but to buy pencils and paper.

WAY BEFORE FINGERPRINT or facial recognition, people had to flip open a mobile phone to answer a call. That phone was the Ericsson GF788 Flip Phone, launched in 1997 and was a hit for its time....

WALKING MAY BE one of the best ways to see a city, but riding a vintage Vespa sidecar just might top that.

See life in post-independence Singapore through the lens of a veteran photographer.