Do Singaporeans Still Read?

1 year ago
From Kinokuniya, Times, MPH, Page One to Popular itself, the bookstores in Singapore are dying like flies. With the rise of rental rates, competition from online retailers and rapid digitalisation, the brick and mortar bookstores that we’ve come to adore are barely staying afloat. A 2016 National Arts Council (NAC) survey reveals that a lack of […]
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Mooncake Festival to ’80s and ’90s SG Kids

1 year ago
The Mid-Autumn Festival, or Mooncake Festival, is more than just another reason to eat mooncakes. I mean well, pigging out on mooncakes are a huge reason why we celebrate this special occasion. But at the heart of it all, the Mooncake Festival represents our childhoods. Looking back at it now as we sit clothed in our […]
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