Musically famous: ShiGGa Shay, humble Lion City Kia, is going global
He opens up about losing his father to cancer, and gives us a hint of the next big thing he's been working on.
December 3, 2017
On the cusp of 80, Ambassador-at-large Tommy Koh shows no signs of stopping
Censorship is a reality, but he thinks that Singapore on the whole is moving toward a greater acceptance for alternative views.
November 8, 2017
The S'porean whose bright academic career in S'pore ended for non-academic reasons
Almost Famous: Cherian George has involuntarily joined the ranks of S'pore's brain drain but for some odd reason, he is still passionate about this city-state.
October 7, 2017
The story of Sonny Liew: How an unassuming S'porean comic artist took a big risk & hit the big time
Relatively Famous: Sonny Liew talks to us about life after 'The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye'.
September 10, 2017
Salleh Marican feels S'poreans will be angry if they don't get a chance to vote for their president
When there are so few eligible candidates to begin with.
August 23, 2017
Presidential hopeful Farid Khan doesn't just want to be a recipient of anti-PAP/govt votes
He wants Singaporeans to see him for who he is. Okay, we oblige then.
August 20, 2017
How Halimah Yacob found herself in the running to be S'pore's first female President
Kinda Famous: At every point, she was talked into stepping up to serve.
August 15, 2017
S'pore's No. 1 salesman Beh Swan Gin is a trained medical doctor who jokes that he can't save lives
Almost Famous: We talk to the man at the helm of Singapore's Economic Development Board.
July 25, 2017
Chan Chun Sing doesn't think his military background is a limitation, leadership style is to 'value add'
Somewhat Famous: We jogged with the Secretary-General of NTUC one morning. #shagged
July 16, 2017
Internationally Famous: For S'porean beatboxer Dharni, the world is truly his oyster
He also explains why so many talented Singaporeans live overseas.
July 2, 2017