The 4 Acts We’re Excited To See At Southeast Asia’s Biggest K-Pop Festival

Imagine a music festival with only Korean artists: HallyuPopFest is a K-pop fan's dream.
Edoardo Liotta
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Singapore's First Smoking Cabin Filters Cigarette Smoke For Clean Air

It’s the first of its kind in the city-state, and 60 more are set to be released this year. Would you try it?
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Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp Banned Again in Sri Lanka After Violence Against Muslims

It’s part of a worrisome trend of governments blocking citizens' internet access
Tim Marcin
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Can Singapore’s New Law Against Fake News Affect Free Speech?

Activists say the law grants the government sweeping powers and could lead to censorship.
Shamani Joshi
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Singapore Just Banned Revenge Porn and Cyber Flashing

This is part of a major overhaul of the country’s penal code, which has also banned child sex dolls and criminalised marital rape.
Shamani Joshi

This Restaurant is the Best Alternative to a Barcelona Food Trip

Olivia Restaurant and Lounge is a new favorite of food lovers in Singapore, a Spanish restaurant that gives guests an unforgettable eating experience.
Natashya Gutierrez

We Really Need More Sustainable Meat Alternatives. Singapore Is On It.

From jackfruit meat to shrimp grown in labs, here's a guide to the clean meat alternatives coming to Asia.
Edoardo Liotta

Student Loses Entire Savings to Con Artists Pretending to be Chinese Officials

The Chinese student living in Singapore was one of four people who have been duped.
Lex Celera

6 Things I Learned About Rita Ora

She answered VICE’s Questionnaire of Life, drew a self-portrait and sung her latest single, Only Want You at the VICE Asia office. Here’s what we learned in the process.
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How Online Sex Work Is Changing Singapore's Red Light District

The streets of Geylang are less seedy, but is that a good thing?
Andre Frois
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Tech Companies Can Now Be Fined $1 Million for Spreading Fake News in Singapore

Human rights activists are criticising the new laws, claiming they could be used to crack down on freedom of speech.
Edoardo Liotta

I Was On A Plane And The Pilot Announced There Was A Bomb on It

“Mum, are we going to be ok? Are we going to reach Changi?"
Vijay Singh