Racial Enclaves: How Serangoon Garden’s French Community Brings Back Singapore’s Kampong Culture

Licking the spoon clean, I savour the smooth, slightly sweet, cream cheese paste, which contrasts nicely against the firm crack of flavourful sausage casing that I bite into a moment later. These are Bibeleskaes and Knackwurst, two foods native to the historic Alsace...

Singapore is Small. For Single Mothers, It’s Even Smaller

Photography by the author, Charmaine Poh. Above, Wiyada in front of her window in the shelter where she stays with her two children. It is 6 AM. I stir from the living room couch that has been folded out into a bed, to find Mirriam already up and getting ready to go...