CULTURE

CULTURE

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  1. Mexican artisans of the Otomi ethnic group embroider their designs. Mexico has accused major

    Mexico accuses major clothing brands of cultural appropriation

    Mexico has blasted major clothing brands Zara, Anthropologie and Patowl for using patterns and other elements of Mexican indigenous textiles in ...
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    Ep 5: Dream Spaces: Multi-Generational Living

    From cluster housing to multi-generational homes, the landed house in Singapore continues to evolve to address challenges such as land scarcity ...
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    Ep 3: Reviving The Black And White

    A housing type invented by the British during Singapore’s colonial era continues to inspire tropical living. Featuring David’s Retreat, The ...
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    Ep 2: Dream Spaces: Modern Kampong Living

    The indigenous kampong house designed for Singapore’s tropical climate has been updated for contemporary living as seen in three modern houses:
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    Ep 1: Dream Spaces: Homes To Hybrid Living

    Three shophouses in Geylang, Joo Chiat and Keong Saik have been adapted for changing lifestyles, showcasing the charm and flexibility of this ...
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    Up Your Alley: Geylang - supper central, buzzing with kampung spirit

    Geylang is a "misunderstood" neighbourhood, people who live and work here told us. We explored its back alleys and bustling eateries as part of ...
  7. The iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore after its restoration

    Fancy solving a mystery while on staycation at Singapore’s Raffles Hotel?

    Who stole the crown jewel artefact? That’s what you have to figure out in a new interactive whodunit play set within the Grand Dame of Singapore.
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    Dream Spaces: Landed Living In The Air

    A new housing concept introduced in Singapore during the 1970s bridged the best of landed housing with high-rise living.