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Article Scream your heart out
By: SHERLYN SIM & ANG TIAN TIAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  20/04/2018
Organiser of event at Hong Lim Park hopes participants can let off steam
The event at Hong Lim Park tomorrow from 6pm to 6.30pm centres around screaming. Lots of screaming, and the more "anguished and tormented", the better.
Since it was publicised on Facebook on March 10, the "Anguished,   (353 words)
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Article Victims speak out
By: TAN SHU YAN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  07/05/2018
It was a photo taken of her and a friend at a class gathering at a beach when she was 14, but Georgia never imagined the photo would find its way on a microblog that hosted pornographic content.
She was then studying in an all-girls school. Her name has been changed to protect her   (481 words)
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Article Out, out, sun spots
By: AMANDA CHAI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE HOT WEATHER HACKS)  21/07/2019

But sunscreen is one of the most important steps in any skincare regimen, says aesthetic doctor Chiam Chiak Teng, resident physician at Ensoul Medical Clinic. It minimises damage done to the skin by harmful UV rays as well as the risk of skin cancer.   (990 words)
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Article Shoot-out? Look out
By: JESSIE LIM,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (LIFESTYLE)  02/07/2018
health

Study shows watching stressful football matches may increase heart attack risk
For some football fans, a match can be heart-stopping.
Last Monday, an Egyptian man died shortly after his home team lost 1-2 to Saudi Arabia during the World Cup in Russia.
Television   (446 words)
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Article Prabowo vows to lift poor out of poverty as he sets out vision
By: LINDA YULISMAN INDONESIA CORRESPONDENT IN JAKARTA,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (WORLD)  16/01/2019

Mr Arya Fernandes, a political analyst from the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, however, thought that Mr Prabowo's speech lacked focus because he was trying to cover too many issues.   (673 words)
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Article Her voice is out of this world
By: AKSHITA NANDA ART CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE PEOPLE)  19/03/2018
Blind vocalist Alienette Coldfire wants audiences to look beyond her disability

Filipina singer Alienette Coldfire will not mince words.
The 27-year-old from Tapaz wants to be known for her internationally acclaimed voice and not as "another blind singer" cashing in on the audience's   (728 words)
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Article Venturing out on their own
Tabla  Tabla  (SINGAPORE)  21/06/2019
In 1998 Mr S. Balachandran bought his first Honda Gold Wing bike. It was a prized commodity then and was touted "The King of Bikes".
"Only some 30 people had this bike in Singapore," he said. "Usually, they would go on short trips to Malaysia riding it."
The owners of this bike used to gather   (168 words)
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Article Experts: US out to assert dominance over China
By: WALTER SIM JAPAN CORRESPONDENT IN TOKYO,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (WORLD)  13/09/2018

Experts said the US and China are jostling to set the rules for a new order in East Asia, noting how Washington has been taking steps to assert its dominance over Beijing.   (524 words)
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Article Ready to sing your heart out?
By: EDDINO ABDUL HADI MUSIC CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  28/03/2019

"We started playing covers from the 1960s, then started to write our own stuff."
Music is all they have wanted to do, he says. They have been making music together for so long he cannot imagine doing it on his own without his brother.
"That wouldn't be the first thing I want to do, but I can't say I never would, that's for sure.   (1425 words)
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Article Listen out for more Sing Lit
By: OLIVIA HO,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE BOOKS)  07/05/2019
Swedish audiobook platform Storytel is working with three home-grown publishers to turn their titles into audiobooks

No time to read Singapore literature? Now you can listen to it on your daily commute instead, as an international audiobook platform strives to win Singapore listeners by   (661 words)
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