“Much of the emphasis so far has been placed on punishing the ‘perpetrators’ of the ‘illegal strike,’ without sufficient analysis and reflection on the state of industrial relations in Singapore and the lack of protection for low waged workers,” the statement read.
The Art of Moldy Bread: If Sookoon Ang’s mother ever told her not to play with her food, she isn’t heeding the advice. The Singaporean artist has made a series called “Your Love is Like a Chunk of Gold,” in which she took loaves of bread and infused them with monoammonium phosphate, which produces a crystalline mold. The resulting sculptures look like geodes attached to seeded boules and hunks of white bread. It gives “food as art” a whole new meaning. Just don’t try to eat it.
"Speaking to Channel NewsAsia earlier, Madam Halimah said she will evolve her own style in parliament. "Everyone brings to the position that we hold as Speaker our own experience, our own context and I’m sure that shapes a great deal how we conduct the proceedings."
Vertical Farming in Singapore is on the Up and Up: Vertical farming has sprouted in Singapore, thanks to entrepreneur Jack Ng’s Sky Greens, which have started appearing in Singapore’s grocery stores. The greens are grown by the method of vertical farming, where they are planted vertically instead of in grounded rows.