COLLAPSE OF CONSTRUCTION | THE TRUTH ABOUT IT

We’ve come to the middle of our campaign. The question is, is #CollapseofConstruction simply a campaign brought in to highlight the need to break negative constructions, that prevent us from celebrating each other’s diversity? The answer is no. Collapse of Construction is not just a campaign, but functions also as shelf for catharsis; for our Continue reading COLLAPSE OF CONSTRUCTION | THE TRUTH ABOUT IT

COLLAPSE OF CONSTRUCTION | ACCEPTANCE & ACCELERATION

As Bella put wonderfully, when there is diversity, we need to learn to go beyond tolerance and move towards wholeheartedly accepting the differences between us. As youth, we are in the position to reshape the culture of acceptance in our current Singaporean society. The idea of tolerance plays a part in helping us progress forwards for Continue reading COLLAPSE OF CONSTRUCTION | ACCEPTANCE & ACCELERATION

HEART TO SAY WITH EUNCHONG

We spoke to EUNCHONG, the Korean entrepreneur/business-owner of +82 Cafe in Singapore, located at Rendevous Hotel. We had the honour of conducting our first entirely non-English interview with him – with the help of our talented interpreter, Norika. FUN FACT 1: +82 is S.Korea’s dialing code! FUN FACT 2: Eunchong’s brother is…a member of K-Pop group BTOB! Continue reading HEART TO SAY WITH EUNCHONG

M1LDL1FE: WHAT’S IN A NAME?

CARPE BLOOM: I understand that you guys changed name, from TAKE TWO to M1LDL1FE, and we’re wondering: Does the meaning of a name restrict you to playing certain genres of music or producing a certain sound/channeling a specific vibe? Do you think that labels help define a musician’s experience in their musical journey, or limit them? Peng Sing of M1LDL1FE: Continue reading M1LDL1FE: WHAT’S IN A NAME?