INTERIOR DESIGN CONSULTANT Wilfred Cheah’s day job is to create beautiful homes. In his free time, he still does the same, but a different kind.

TAN TOCK SENG. Tan Lark Sye. Aw Boon Haw. Lee Kong Chian. They’re the names of early Chinese pioneers who set the stage for Singapore to grow into a vibrant First World business hub.

WHAT DO THE former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station and the old National Stadium have in common? They may be gone but they still bring back fond memories for Singaporeans who used to take the...

FOR DALIAN-BORN ARTIST Zhu Hong who arrived in Singapore in 1997, painting offered a source of spiritual and mental support when he found himself alone and new in a foreign land.

FOR MANY CHINESE families, the reunion dinner is perhaps the most important meal of the year.

Singaporeans Caleb Lin and Terra Chua have an unusual way of remembering the nation’s past. They create miniature figures, which they sell through their brand, Miniature Stories.

OVERSEAS HOLIDAYS ARE now more of a norm than an exception, with family discussions likely to include whether to stay in Asia or head out to Iceland or South America over the school holiday breaks...

Marjorie Dogget was the first female photographer to capture Singapore’s architectural heritage.

WAY BEFORE SKI holidays in Niseko became the norm, snagging a coveted chalet in East Coast Park or Pasir Ris for a beach-side barbecue was enough to qualify you for some bragging rights.

IN TODAY’S PAPER-LESS society, when just about all information is found online or stored on the cloud, physical records seem more like an antiquated process. But that’s also what makes the...