Rwanda - land of mountain gorillas, rugged scenery and... Singaporeans? BTWeekend finds out how the compact African country has more in common with the Little Red Dot than we think, while being awestruck by this magical natural habitat of man and majestic mammal.
On home ground, the humble food centre concept evolves into hipster dining clusters that are popping up in the city, offering both food and social activities. Also in the magazine, new ideas for the home with highlights from the recent Maison&Objet fair in Paris.
What if your sensory wires were crossed, and you could hear colour, or words would literally leave a bad taste in your mouth? We peek into the intriguing world of synaesthesia, a neurological condition that affects some 4 per cent of people, in our Brunch feature in the main paper.
Why do people settle in jobs that they are miserable in? Cubicle Files tries to crack the code to sustained motivation and asks if motivational talks work.
Meanwhile, Cult Status celebrates the joys of Lego, that childhood classic that's as satisfying for grown-ups as it is for young ones.
With its supple flanks and lean figure, the Audi A4 cabriolet is a thing of beauty indeed, as The Steering Column discovers.
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