These men come together to play Chinese chess every day. It’s about camaraderie through friendly competition – forging the tight bonds so essential to a community. This photo was taken during a weekend stroll in Chinatown. Unembellished Chinatown is one of Singapore’s genuine treasures. Photo copyright @Nathaniel Hayag, a Getty images USA photographer based in Singapore and Manila
A challenge shared is a challenge addressed, as a Singapore-born clean water project in Cambodia reveals.
Making Every Drop Count
Water, water…almost everywhere. Singapore’s unique water catchment approach.
Save It, Hoard It Throw It Away?
Across generations, how have the times shaped our attitudes towards water?
How Singapore transformed a critical weakness into a strength with global potential. SINGAPORE speaks to PUB Chairman Tan Gee Paw.
John Wong reflects on life at a point close to death.
Any Harm Done?
Adrian Tan on getting on with things.
Lost and Found
Dr Uma Rajan about a system that cares.
Faizah Jamal takes heart in knowing that storms don’t last.
The Go To Man
Gerard Ee is driven by personal values and convictions.
Cycling fan jazz fan Jeremy Monteiro pedals meditatively through a softer, less-seen side of Singapore in one of several cycling options on the island.
When cultures meet and engage, creativity ignites.
Heartbreak and Hope
Love and dignity make a difference to terminally ill children.
Kay Vasey and Paul Rae may have come to Singapore as adults, but for many reasons, it’s home.
Revving for Change
Business with a conscience is the wave of the future
The Show Lives On
With cause champions, Singapore’s traditional art forms will survive and thrive. Case in point: Chinese opera.
Good Morning Singapore!
Breakfast in Singapore comes with a side of history
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