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Feeling Sad About the Amazon Fires? Stop Eating Meat
The growing demand for meat around the world is directly linked to the Amazon fires.
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Millennials and Gen Z Believe Life Is More Stressful for Them Than for Previous Generations
Debt, the competitive job market, and expensive healthcare are some of their top sources of stress.
Farming In A Concrete Jungle: How Singapore Is Securing Its Future Food Sources
As the population grows and food sources become scarcer, Singapore is investing in food security through technology.
In Singapore, Street Art Thrives… But Only In Restricted Areas
A photo series of our favourite murals around the island’s alleyways.
What A Pride March Looks Like In A Country That Criminalizes Gay Sex
In Singapore, Pink Dot is the only way the local LGBTQ community can celebrate pride publicly.
Gay Man In Myanmar Died By Suicide After Being Bullied By His Homophobic Colleagues
After being forced to publicly announce his sexuality by his colleagues, Kyaw Zin Wins died by suicide. Hundreds have shown up to his funeral in solidarity.
These Singaporean Fashion Students Are Starting A Revolution
Masturbation, genital mutilation and alienation were just some of the themes explored at 'whynot?’s alternative to a typical graduation show.
Two Directors Tell Us What They Saw While Shadowing Philippine Police During The Drug War
'The police were convinced they were doing the right thing. They have no doubt in their mind that what they are doing is legitimate.'
Sustainable Alternatives to Single-Use Plastic Packaging Should Be Everywhere
With the likes of mushroom wrap and sugar-cane plastic, the list of environmentally-friendly alternatives is growing longer. So why is plastic still so widespread?
Elton John’s Movie ‘Rocketman’ Got Banned In Samoa For LGBTQ Content
A film about Elton John without the queerness would be an utter misrepresentation of his life
Beyond Meat Is Great, But Asian Alternatives to Meat Might Be Even Greater
Localised ‘clean meat’ alternatives are gaining popularity in Asia, giving us hope for a more sustainable future.
Japan’s Outdated Sexual Assault Laws Are Leading to Unjust Rape Acquittals
According to a century-old Japanese law, a crime isn’t considered rape unless the woman tried to fight back.