Military service remains one of the most heated and divisive topics in Singapore, more so with gender equality being debated in parliament.
“Some go out to party and drink. But for me, I want total silence where it’s just between me and nature...sometimes I have this unexplainable urge to go [to the cemetery].”
Amos Yee, who was jailed in Singapore, could be sent back to Southeast Asian country if convicted.
No controlled itineraries or quarantine on arrival, like it's 2019.
Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling opens up about the issue of mental health in the high-pressure world of Olympic sport.
He hunts for ants in parks, catching the insects by setting up torchlights for them to fly over.
Many couples have postponed plans to have children since the pandemic started.
Singapore’s leaders defend defamation lawsuits as a way of protecting their reputations. But critics say the practice stifles freedom of expression.
With no telling when the pandemic may end, similar technologies have been on the rise.
The idea of flying around the country with no destination did not take off after concerns from environmentalists.
5 Strokes of Cane, 5 Years in Jail for Student Caught Selling Less Than 5 Grams of Weed in Singapore
This is the mandatory minimum punishment for drug trafficking in Singapore.
When flying out of the country is not an option, passengers can go on trips with no destination.