Tuesday 14 Jun 2022 · News
The price of petrol recently skyrocketed to over $2 per litre. How can this be? Because this is the price we have to pay, writes Sam Chan.
Wednesday 29 Dec 2021 · Faith
Why do we have this obsession with the Rubik’s Cube? Maybe it's because deep down we have a God-given desire for order, design, and beauty
Wednesday 24 Nov 2021 · Faith
In my house we have this rule: Last Person to Shower Must Squeegee the Shower. It sounds like a great rule, but it’s had the opposite effect.
Wednesday 6 Oct 2021 · Faith
Languishing describes how we feel in the covid isolation lockdown: Not flourishing. Not bored. But languishing. But why do we feel this way?
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Saturday 28 Nov 2020 · Faith
Baby Shark – doo doo doo doo doo doo – has become the most watched YouTube video with over 7 billion views.
Wednesday 15 Apr 2020 · Entertainment
The well meaning short 3 minute video of Gal Gadot and other celebrities singing Imagine has been mercilessly slammed and labelled “tone deaf”.
Wednesday 21 Aug 2019 · Entertainment
At a personal level, Taylor Swift calls out Scooter for “incessant, manipulative bullying” against her. This is a feud that has gone on for a long time.
Wednesday 14 Aug 2019 · Faith
Society tells us that pigs don’t herd sheep, boys don’t dance, girls don’t play soccer or roller derby. But the heroes in the movies bravely defy society.
Wednesday 7 Aug 2019 · Trending
“You hate to see it” expresses a combination of criticism, schadenfreude, and dismay. But mostly it’s a lazy way of expressing faux sympathy.
Tuesday 12 Mar 2019 · Lifestyle
What are we celebrating on St Patrick’s Day? The day celebrates St Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. But what on earth does Christianity have in common with being Irish?
Thursday 20 Sep 2018 · Entertainment
Many recent Hollywood movies have played the daddy-issues card. But this movie is showing that, for many of us, there will also be mummy-issues.
Friday 29 Jun 2018 · Trending
The melancholy of human existence is that we constantly crave something new. But the new quickly becomes old. And then what?