Walk down Orchard Road this weekend and chances are, you’ll see and hear buskers entertaining passersby with quirky street shows or earnest renditions of your favourite songs. Yet for most of the last two years, these street acts were hit hard by a combination of Singaporeans staying home and Covid-19 restrictions limiting live performances. Raising funds for Singapore’s … [Read more...] about Here’s how a group of students in S’pore worked for months to usher buskers back into the spotlight
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(CTN News) – People around the world are fearing that restarting CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) could spark the end of the world, but where did such an idea come from? Let’s take a look. Why do people believe CERN’s LHC will end the world? Like so many things today, it all starts with rumors shared on social media. The July 5th ignition of CERN’s Large Hadron … [Read more...] about Why Do People Believe That CERN’s Large Hadron Collider Could End The World Today, July 5?
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg COMMENTARY: "In formulating a brave space, we do not lay the ground rule of ‘agree to disagree’, which is often a conversation-stopper or a way of retreating into one’s comfort zone by refusing to be challenged. Instead, a brave space embraces controversy, but with civility — where different views … [Read more...] about Comment: Dialogue in diverse S’pore not about seeking consensus, but learning to embrace disagreement
COMMENTARY: "Society has conditioned us to celebrate a life lived when an adult passes on, but we hush a baby's death, like it's something to hide." Joan Leong, a volunteer photographer who photographs babies who die at birth, believes that photographs serve as a timeless reminder of the child. Mothership and The Birthday Collective are in collaboration to share a … [Read more...] about I’m a S’porean photographer who takes photos of babies who die at birth
How does one interview Farid Khan? On what terms should we interview him? As he is not even confirmed as a candidate for the upcoming presidential election destined to be held in a month's time -- simply because the rules governing the race and his race are amorphous and convoluted -- must we talk to him like he is really going to be president or just another regular … [Read more...] about Presidential hopeful Farid Khan doesn’t just want to be a recipient of anti-PAP/govt votes