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
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!
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
Written by Ranen Chan Edited by Eunice Tan With lockdowns in place in many countries, some of us may find … Continue Reading “Value”: A Self-Reflection
Written by Le En Edited by Eunice Tan As a student and master procrastinator, I have experimented and tried several … Continue Reading Time Management
Written by Ru Yi Edited by Eunice Tan Movement Control Order Restricted Movement Order Lockdown, quarantine Stay at Home These … Continue Reading Students in Quarantine
Written by Natasha Lim Edited by Eunice Tan You feel that familiar flutter in your stomach as your heart begins … Continue Reading How to Tell If Your Crush Likes You
Written by Ranen Chan Edited by Eunice Tan “Ranen! Your wardrobe is in a mess! Why are the clothes like … Continue Reading Party Pooper
Written by Titus Ho Edited by Eunice Tan “Home is where the heart is” Since primary school, this phrase has … Continue Reading Where the Heart Lives
Written by Ru Yi Edited by Eunice Tan Cars whizzed by trees strung with colourful lights in their branches. It … Continue Reading Bittersweet
Written by Eliza Tan Edited by Eunice Tan Being Asian at an American university… First of all, one needs to … Continue Reading What Is It Like to Be Asian at an American University?
By Liz Koh Life. Seasons. They have much in common. Spring’s fresh bloom; serendipities. Summer’s golden sunshine; adventures. Autumn’s monotonous … Continue Reading A Reason to Live