VOL 13 ISSUE 4

Immortality & Inscription

Inscriptions of history – whether physically inscribed on a surface or mentally etched in one’s memory – have a shelf life beyond the lifespan of their makers. This…

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Shereen Tay pores through the National Library’s collection of old primary school English textbooks, and uncovers some classics in the process.

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Postage stamps are more than little squares of paper to be stuck on envelopes. Justin Zhuang discovers how stamps have helped forge Singapore’s identity over the past five…

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