Few know that Douglas Yeo had a father (a seaman) who drank heavily, had a terrible temper, and hit him. And yet, he was Douglas' hero.
We commemorate World Chess Day (20 July) by throwing the spotlight on Singapore's first chess grandmaster (since 1999) and one of only 1,700 grandmasters in the world.
PopeJai Thai founder Daniel Teh is dedicated to helping Singapore’s marginalised individuals overcome barriers to securing sustained employment
Watch this very inspiring story of Thomas Koh, who went from a life of drugs to becoming a Peer Support Specialist at Singapore's National Addictions Management Service.
Evolve MMA athlete Amir Khan reflects on how martial arts transformed his life.
The Team Manager of Team Singapore Muay Thai could have gone down a very dark road, but martial arts saved him.
Darren Ho was diagnosed with ADHD, Tourette’s and Autism late in life but that did not stop him from becoming a triathlete.
We celebrate Guinness World Record Day with the co-founder of calisthenics group Bar Brothers SG.
Jeremy 'B-boy Jeremiah' Sim clinched the bronze medal at the very first breaking competition at the 30th SEA Games.
We celebrate Teacher’s Day by hitting the mat with pro wrestling coach Greg Ho of Grapple Max.
And you thought you were busy! Lawyer Stanley Ng helps the community and also heads the First Asian Team Underwater Rugby Singapore team.
Christina Tham talks about competing in underwater hockey and her incredible journey to last year's SEA Games victory
Foreword Coffee is a social enterprise that provides the disabled and individuals with special needs with employment and skills in the F&B industry.
Volunteering can be an introvert’s nightmare; two young Singaporeans tell us how the rewarding experience has taught them to think beyond themselves
Foreword Coffee is a social enterprise that provides the disabled and individuals with special needs with employment and skills in the F&B industry
By winning gold at the World Archery Para Championship, Nur Syahidah Alim nails a spot for Singapore at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.
Love Kuching Project volunteer Camellia Abd Gani uses cuddly felines to cheer those in nursing homes and special schools.
Who knew that love for one's country and fellow man, and the support of national service could be distilled into a humble plate of chicken rice?
The result of his passion and dedication: up to 30 streets dogs rescued each month, and up to 25 of those rehomed.
If hawker Jason Chua isn't cooking up a storm at Hong Lim Food Centre, he's probably punching it out in the boxing ring.
Henrietta Woo can spot and identify birds not only by sight but also by their different calls and warbling.
Street artist TraseOne's multicoloured murals are colossal canvases where order and chaos collide.
Find out how Malik Mazlan turns paper waste into canvasses for his Chinese calligraphy and what inspired him to create artwork that reduces wastage
A self-confessed "explorer of the world", artist Danielle Tay is on a mission to make visible things that are unseen.
The Merlin Award winner for Most Enterprising and Outstanding Magician of the year (2017) wows and baffles us completely - and talks about the ups and downs of doing magic full-time.
Lion Heartlanders founder aims to use walking tours to strengthen the bond between countryman and country.
Despite being diagnosed with cancer at 18, Aw Meng Kit's fighting spirit soared on, just like the planes he loves to shoot.
This conservationist architect is most concerned about telling stories, and using the past to understand and inform the future.
A combination of patience, timing, the right gear and a passion for discovery equals Nat Geo-approved undersea snaps.
Meet the guy behind the famous '80s cartoon van that's been seen on Singapore's roads and racking up upvotes on Reddit.
This sneaker customiser has designed close to 500 sneakers as part of TK Customs
From being the official lensman of the SAF Band to photographing cityscapes in all their architectural glory.
Alexius Yeo is the founder of Project 33, a gardening community that teaches you how to grow your own food and encourages you to give away a third of their produce.
We chat with Dione Tan – a fresh-faced model and longboarder – and find out how her 19-year-old mind works.
Jackson Wan from Jurong Frog Farm hops into the kitchen with some gifts from Singapore's only licensed frog farm.
Sidney Chua from Citizen Farm turns up with a Citizen Box filled with pretty surprises. Watch how Gen turns it into a veritable "edible Garden City".
Eddie Chen, the founder of Root Farm, surprises our talented host with nutritious produce from his urban indoor farm.
Allan Lim from ComCrop drops by with the freshest rooftop garden-grown greens. Can Gen lettuce-wrap her head around this challenge?
What Shanice Lim from local barramundi (sea bass) fish farm Kühlbarra brings to the table prompts MasterChef Singapore Gen Lee to rustle up something inspired by North Indian cuisine.
Chalk up 10,000 steps with Tosh Zhang, as he walks you through Arab Street, Kallang Riverside Park and Upper Boon Keng Market.
Discover post-WWII structures, a rustic cafe, and a cacophonous congregation of beautiful birds in the Portsdown area.
A super bus enthusiast joins Tosh Zhang on a thrilling 10,000-step route (think zip-lining and abseiling!) around West Coast.
Rack up your daily 10,000 steps with Tosh Zhang, as he brings you all around one of Singapore's oldest estates!
Bar handstands, axe throwing, heartland art and culture are all part of the 10,000-step route in this episode.
Embark on a walking trail that takes you from Singapore Botanic Gardens to Dempsey Hill where you can see huge arapaima.
Our adventurous host is joined by four members of the Ongs (a family of eight!) to explore Yishun while chalking up 10,000 steps.
A trek through history-rich Chinatown with a father-daughter duo uncovers little-known finds from a bygone era.
Chef Sam Wong and wife Lee Yee join Tosh on his 10,000-step walkabout, discovering all things crunchy, colourful and creepy.
Discover weird barbecued food, learn how to make potong ice cream and watch Tosh rap about Geylang with his walking kakis!
Why have your instant noodles kosong when you can whip up something that would make the Maggi Goreng seller downstairs go out of business?
MasterChef Singapore finalist Aaron Wong - your "friendly neighbourhood Ah Beng" - shows you how to up your fried rice game at home.
MasterChef Singapore finalist Aaron Wong shows you how to achieve that perfectly gooey and well-brined Japanese ramen egg in this first episode.
MasterChef Singapore finalist Aaron Wong shows you how to turn that can of questionable meat into savoury medallions of goodness.
MasterChef Singapore finalist Aaron Wong shows you how to give a fairly unremarkable can of stewed pork a mouth-watering twist.
From a brand new PSLE scoring system to subject-based banding in secondary schools, learn about all the new changes that are taking place
These Chinese New Year decorations are not only adorable, but they're easy to make
These adorable doughnut charms are not only easy to make, but they can be used for keychains, necklaces, decoration and more.
Sometimes called “dolly pegs,” these clothespins can double as figurines for dollhouses or other imaginative play.
Make this for someone you love "hanging out" with.
Take your pick, from colourful velvet and satin to silk and cotton, and get started on making this timeless accessory
When the music video for American rapper Cardi B's "Press" dropped, so did her garments, and these seniors' jaws.
Our beloved aunties and uncles weigh in on the definition of happiness and what makes them happy.
Bias, shook, thicc, woke - common terms to you, but what in the world do they mean to our aunty and uncle reactors?
Aunties and uncles try products that look like torture devices, but are in actual fact anything but!
Which aunty or uncle finds this relaxing? Whose nerves does it grate? Who just finds it meh? Watch to find out!
Elderly Singaporeans talk texting, ghosting, and whether you should sleep with your partner on a first date.
Millennials Very “Eh” About Eating Less Meat Or Plant-Based Meats
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Pineapples
What Is Thaipusam And Why And How Is It Observed?
How Channelling Your Inner Rabbit Will Help You Conquer The Lunar New Year
Long Time No Sea: Best Kept Beach Secrets In Southeast Asia
You Won't Be Able To Stay Quiet About These Cool Singapore Libraries
CNY Clean-up: How To "Marie Kondo" Your Kids' Bedrooms
Plants That Keep Mosquitoes Away From Your Home
6 Steps To Stick To Your New Year's Resolutions Past February
What To Do This Weekend (3 to 5 Feb 2023)
7 Hangover Cures That Might Help After Your Next Weekend Partying
8 Ways To Live Healthier Without Breaking The Bank