Singaporean creatives forced home rediscover the Lion City’s unique characteristics

//Singaporean creatives forced home rediscover the Lion City’s unique characteristics

Singaporean creatives forced home rediscover the Lion City’s unique characteristics

When California-based performance artist and actor Loo Zihan returned home to Singapore in March, he began taking long walks along the Rail Corridor – a stretch of greenery that spans the country’s old railway line. The three-hour, 9.5km (6 mile) hikes through nature were a balm for the social isolation he endured during Singapore’s partial lockdown, when people were only permitted to leave their homes for essential business or exercise. “Being a performance-based artist, I was interested in…

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