the cursed dead man's prey

[Review] The Cursed: Dead Man’s Prey (Korean)

High action Korean films have been exploding into cinemas, carving themselves a unique niche in this popular genre. The latest action offering...
Thai custom

Explaining Thailand’s Customs: Sniff Kiss, Making Merit and Nicknames | campus.sg

Whether you're a regular visitor to Thailand or if you love watching Thai lakorns (dramas) or 'Y' series (boys love dramas), chances...
food history

From Spam to Sliced Bread: Revolutionary Food Inventions | campus.sg

By Nina Gan Food has evolved drastically since the dawn of humanity. Many of the food items we consume...
China crackdown

The Great China Crackdown on Gaming, Tuition, Fandoms and Karaoke | campus.sg

China has been making headlines around the world for its series of curbs and restrictions, ranging from its regulation on after-school tuition...
Kdrama food

Korean Dishes Featured in K-dramas Will Give You the Munchies | campus.sg

These days, it’s not difficult to find Korean food in Singapore – from Korean Fried Chicken to Bibimbap and Army Stew, there’s...
Yale-NUS merge

Yale-NUS College Will Cease to Exist by 2025 | campus.sg

National University of Singapore (NUS) announced on Friday that this year's batch of students (2021/22) to enroll in Yale-NUS College will be...
chicken slapper

Can You Cook Meat by Slapping It? | campus.sg

Broiled, deep-fried, steamed, stewed, grilled. These are just some of the ways you can cook a chicken. But have you heard of...
design money

The Stories Behind the Design of Money | campus.sg

by Darryl Goh In a world that’s pivoting to digital payment systems, currency designs are becoming less relevant. Nonetheless,...
Sinkhole review

[Review] Sinkhole (싱크홀)

By Darryl Goh Disaster films from Korea are becoming as popular a genre as horror movies are from Thailand....
art erotica

What Can We Learn from the Ancient Art of Erotica? | campus.sg

While the term ‘erotic art’ often conjures up images of European depictions of nude art, sexuality took hold in Europe much later...