Journey to Transformation - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Journey to Transformation

Ong & Ong’s group executive chairman Ong Tze Boon is a man of contrasts. Under his leadership, the company is today one of Singapore’s most well-respected design firms.

i'mable enables - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


i'mable enables

The i’mable Collective by SG Enable is a concerted effort to grow a community of artists and makers with disabilities, as a way to showcase their talent through quality merchandise.

Still a mighty tool - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Still a mighty tool

Namiki unveils the Emperor Chinkin Dragon pen, featuring the beautiful lacquer work and attention to detail in the Japanese art of chinkin

Leading the Way to Change - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Leading the Way to Change

The arts industry, without question, is one of the hardest-hit industries in the wake of the global pandemic.

Going full throttle - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Going full throttle

Senior vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan at BlackLine, Terry Smagh, is no stranger to going the extra mile.

A true story of love - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


A true story of love

Monica Millington was only 14 years old when she met the boy who would eventually be her husband.


Shining from within

Trixie Khong was only 16 when she first started crafting her own jewellery as a way to make some pocket money and also as a hobby.


Comfort for the bereaved

The grief of losing a child is hard for any parent. But there is comfort in ensuring bereaved parents are able to mourn their loss by giving their child a dignified burial.

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