Unpeeling The Layers

With more cafes and bakeries offering the popular mille crepes in Singapore, it’s hard to tell ones that stand out from the rest. Serena Yeh


Located at The Central, Eight adds to the slew of Korean barbecue restaurants, which continue to enjoy immense popularity in Singapore. Chan

Singapore Scarefest

Whether it's dressing up as zombies to scare people on the streets, or playing dodgeball while dressed as Batman, Singaporeans are getting m

The Chronicle’s Man VS Food Challenge 1: Yoshimaru Ramen Bar

Join lifestyle writer Justin Kor as he takes on the ramen challenge at Yoshimaru Ramen Bar @ Holland Village. Will he beat the time and clai

Best Face Forward

Tan Yang Er helps you decide the right facial product for your skin by picking out five facial cleansers that cater to different skin types.

Just Do-It-Yourself — More DIY eateries

Check out more restaurants offering the DIY-food concept in Singapore.

The Road to Ilo Ilo

Beyond the glamour at Cannes, the cast of Ilo Ilo recall their personal experiences on and off the set as being far from a bed of roses.

987FM to scout for new “Radio Star” on campus

Selected contestants will be mentored by 987FM radio personalities Rosalyn Lee, Bobby Tonelli, Justin Ang and Vernon Anthonisz.

Budding NTU filmmakers shortlisted for Cathay Motion Picture Awards

Back for its second installment, the Cathay Motion Picture Awards 2013 celebrated the short films of aspiring filmmakers, with two finalist

Lee Kwang Soo Charms Fans With Shy Personality

In Singapore for the first time, Lee Kwang Soo showed off his sleek dance moves, smooth voice and charismatic personality as he rubbed shoul

A Real Jem

Move aside, Jurong Point. Jem Mall looks set to be the new hangout for NTU students, with its upscale restaurants and retail stores.