1.6 billion disposable masks entered the ocean in 2020 and will take 450 years to biodegrade Bevan HurleyFri, July 30, … Continue Reading 450 years to Biodegrade MASKS
Weird & Wonderful displays the trending updates and upgrades in our world – at times in shock but most times … Continue Reading TransRacial – Trending?
by Weird & Wonderful Yikes! All the animals dead in a few weeks? Rats, macaques, even ferrets and cats. When … Continue Reading Spike Proteins, Mad Cow Disease & Alzheimers?
Weird & Wonderful features the trending and upgrades in our world – at times with shock but most times in … Continue Reading MASKS – Be ANYONE you wanna be!
Photos by John Chua What a Wonderful World by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar Once upon a time, … Continue Reading A Day at Summer Camp – A (fictional) Photo Story
by Angel Chew Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Very soon you will be launched into a story of a … Continue Reading The Gigantic Floating Roc
By Shauna Trinidad October 6th, 2000, Falconwood, London. Would it surprise you, my dear diary, to learn that I used … Continue Reading From the Diary of Ilana Grey
IF by Drew Fong Amazing Grace by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar and violin by Drew Fong … Continue Reading “If” Part 1
Most Singaporeans were just plain excited that our little red dot island will be the scintillating backdrop of a highly … Continue Reading Crazy Rich Asians: A Hit or Miss?
by Angel Chew If you can feel suffering, hurt, pain And cry out but bear it; If you can … Continue Reading “If ” Part 2
By Noel Fong, 2012 What a Wonderful World by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar Whoosh! The sea … Continue Reading Whoosh!
Daniella: Hi Zat! Thanks for speaking with us this evening. I hope you’re doing fine these days! Looking forward to … Continue Reading Interview with Zat Low the Founder of Singapore’s 1st Ant Community
Written by Emma Chan Edited by Eunice Tan How has Bhutan and women’s rights changed over the past 8 years? … Continue Reading A Personal Take on the Changing Tide of Women’s Rights in Bhutan
By: Micah Ford Living in a rural area in western New York reaps many benefits in surviving this historic, global … Continue Reading A Day in the Life: COVID-19 Edition
Written by Tupili Caleb Ronak Edited by Jessica Kuan So what now? The clock was ticking, the day was nearing, … Continue Reading Bursting Balloons
Editor’s note: I’ve been in contact with Mark Lim since THG began its partnership with Homeschool Singapore. I asked him … Continue Reading Homeschool e-Convention 2020: Making the Virtual a Reality