Shiok was an online magazine that focused on the positive happenings in the local scene of Singapore – be it in the arts, philanthropy, lifestyle or entrepreneurship. Check out some of the articles I wrote for them.
Check out the incredible mini crafts that this self-taught sculptor did as he shared his uphill journey.
The former visual effects artist prides in carrying a small sketchbook with his drawing and colouring kit wherever he goes. His varied artworks have been featured in notable publications.
Instead of receiving gifts, Singaporean actress Tammie Chew decided to do the opposite by giving back to charity.
At first glance, It’s easy to assume that this is another one of those family-fun activity organisations. In fact, a majority of Castles Can Fly’s clients are from the corporate world who see the positive benefits of Alvin’s programs for their corporate training.
Tried and tested, these outdoor hot spots in Singapore are much better than the myopia-causing handheld gadgets, and without bursting your wallets.
Before you know it, you’ll end up with lips so red that it you’ll be mistaken for wearing a lipstick! Find out more.
An interview with OneMaker’s Group’s co-founder, Rohin Oh and the surprise result of one of his workshops after trying it out in person.
How Lee Kuan Yew’s death pricked the heart of one who never bat an eyelid to politics in the first place.
Fighting like a Jedi is no longer a fantasy. The Saber Authority shows how the combination of Star Wars and self-defense can be used in real-life combat situations.
Quirky, entertaining and 100% local – Kampong Kards’ founders shared how their cards gained popularity amidst the e-card era.