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Tales of an unconventional exchange: From Croatia to Mumbai

Nanyang Chronicle Lifestyle brings you around the world with four NTU students who have visited unconventional exchange destinations with re
GRAPHIC: BRENDA LEE
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How they celebrate Christmas abroad

For many exchange students here in NTU, December means they can finally return home in time for Christmas. We catch up with three NTU exchan
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The best of Singapore International Film Festival 2016

Screening over 160 feature and short films from 52 countries, the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) puts your other movie plans
Birds of paradise. PHOTO: GABRIELA LIM
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Unwinding with nature: Garden-themed cafes in Singapore

As garden-themed cafes blossom in Singapore, Lifestyle writer Gabriela Lim takes you on a food hunt in search of tranquil places to immerse
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A bar on campus? Here’s what we think about the newly opened Pen & Inc

Since Pen & Inc opened its doors at the North Spine Plaza a month ago, it has been attracting a steady stream of patrons. Lifestyle writer L
COLOURFUL KALEIDOSCOPE: The Nasir ol Molk in Shiraz is predominantly pink - like the roses that thrive in the region. PHOTO: AQIL HAZIQ MAHMUD, LOUISA TANG, MATTHEW MOHAN, NICHOLAS TAN AND SAMUEL HE
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Basking in Iranian Warmth

Chief Editor Nicholas Tan shares his experience during a 10-day traverse through the Persian landscape, as part of a team of 16 student jour
The Art, Design and Media School (ADM) throws an annual Halloween celebration for its students to come together over spooky Halloween-themed games and photobooths. PHOTO: ADM STUDENT CLUB
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Care for a scare? Halloween Haunts on campus

Spooky fun awaits us as Halloween arrives once again. Lifestyle writer Syed Ebrahim Al-idrus takes you through the celebrations thrown by th
CELEBRATING THE WEIRD: Maya Banno plays Sachiko Haruno in The Taste of Tea, a little girl who has a giant version of herself following her. PHOTO: PERSPECTIVES FILM FESTIVAL
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Perspectives Film Festival 2016

Lovers of film and cinema had much to rejoice when the Perspectives Film Festival (PFF) returned for its ninth consecutive year.
HUNTED: Robert Langdon and Sienna Brooks hunt for clues within the Palazzo Vecchio while attempting to evade assassins. PHOTO: SONY PICTURES
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Movie Review: Inferno and The Accountant

'The Accountant' and 'Inferno' movie reviews by Syed Ebrahim Al-Idrus.
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Your guide to this year’s Black Friday sale

Mark your calendars as the Black Friday sales are back with more for your this year. The four-day shopathon, starting 25 Nov, kicks off Amer
Cupcakes, cookies, brownies and macarons — we all deserve to indulge in life’s guilty pleasures once in a while. Lifestyle writer Linette Leong hunts down five home-grown bakers from NTU who have mastered the art of baking.
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Bakers on campus: Sugar, spice & everything nice

Cupcakes, cookies, brownies and macarons — we all deserve to indulge in life’s guilty pleasures once in a while. Lifestyle writer Linette Le
NTU students Xavier Chua (left) and Melvin Tan (right) play console games at the Student Activities Centre. PHOTOS: ZHENG JUNCEN
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Four places on campus where you can beat the exam stress

The month leading up to the final examinations can be a tiring and sleepless one. To help you battle the stress, Lifestyle writer Megan Koh
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Head-turners & hard-workers: Beauty queens on campus

As schools crown their new pageant Kings and Queens, Lifestyle writer Megan Koh brings the competition to the national level and introduces
National Geographic Young Explorer Molly Ferrill (above) shares with NTU students how she uses photography as a tool to highlight issues from across the world. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN
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NatGeo experts save the environment one trip at a time

While many of us travel to discover ourselves or to break the monotony of school, there are others who travel because of their motivation to
Afterglow’s Raw Basil Alfredo Pizza is made with a pesto cashew spread, marinated cherry tomatoes and wakame seaweed. PHOTO: AFTERGLOW
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Food that’s fresh off the farm

With Singapore’s land and labour constraints, the farming industry seems to be losing its foothold in our tiny city-state. Lifestyle writer