Stories Of Us

The ups & downs of being a theatre actor in S'pore, according to thespian Broadway Beng

He returned to Singapore despite a successful run in London.

October 13, 08:10 pm

Playwright Alfian Sa'at wants to empower young S’poreans to speak out because 'your voice matters'

He also talks about his upcoming play 'Merdeka' and his take on that Yale-NUS incident.

October 6, 01:35 pm

S'porean firefighter has seen sliced bodies, spilled brains (& yes, many PMD fires), but also saved lives

It's tough work, but CPT Sasi Kumar says he has never thought of doing anything else.

October 6, 11:22 am

If Gurmit Singh disappeared from your screen in the 2010s, it's to spend time with his family

But now you'll hear more of him on the radio.

September 30, 08:59 pm

S'porean law graduate shows how millennials are letting their parents down with their career choices

Chan Yuk Lun could have been a successful lawyer before a 'few hundred dollars' changed his mind.

September 28, 06:21 pm

S’pore prison officer, who never felt like quitting job in last 30 years, once talked ex-inmate out of suicide

Despite the challenge, the words of praise and gratitude have made it all worthwhile.

September 28, 09:00 am

S'pore policewoman, 28, fulfils childhood dream of 'fighting bad guys', now tasked with guarding Woodlands

Thanks for keeping Singapore safe and secure.

September 16, 03:13 am

What it's like to have dementia: losing friends, talking in circles & a slow descent into darkness

What would you do if you knew you were slowly losing all sense of self?

September 14, 07:24 pm

80-year-old Teochew pastry baker holds same job for 67 years, passing the craft on before retiring

67 years is a lifetime.

September 9, 09:10 pm

S'porean buddies bike from Ang Mo Kio to 'New Asgard' in Scotland in 6-month challenge

Tough. But rewarding.

September 5, 05:46 pm

    Morning Commute

    Interesting stories to discuss with your colleagues in office later