We’ve added music to our show! By the way, in part 4, the foursome talk Singapore as a place to be seen, a bunch of really inspiring art featured at the Biennale ending Feb. 17, and why Ricepaper and organizations… more »
In part 3 of the Post-Travel Show, writers Jacob Ruiz and Vincent Ternida join William and Gavin to talk about all this: Kek Lok See, super-sized snails, a “Fatt” man’s legacy, Peranakans, gaudy tri-shaws, questionable A&W, trees with attitude, and… more »
As a visual artist working across multiple mediums, with an affinity for photography with found and readymade objects related to the Chinese diaspora, Yow’s work often includes the portraits of artists in the community, many of whom you might even … more »
February 8 marks the dawn of the Chinese (Lunar) New Year and the Ricepaper team would like to wish you, Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Having missed out on the last five CNY celebrations back home in Singapore, this time of … more »
Notwithstanding writer-director Ken Kwek’s claim that social commentary isn’t a card he is playing, his debut feature—an uneven but respectable effort—will nevertheless attract filmgoers attuned to Singapore’s cultural life and current affairs simply because it invokes the tense relationship between … more »