Current Affairs

Wacky Hobbies《玩物壮志》: Pro Wrestling 职业摔角联盟

By day, they are engineers, journalists and students. But when night falls, they emerge as fighters in the ring. Pro wrestling has long dominated the television screens of Singaporeans as an entertainment staple, but the sport only arrived on our shores in 2011 with the birth of Singapore Pro Wrestling Federation. In Wacky Hobbies 《玩物壮志》, we take a look at several wrestling fanatics who have channelled their dreams into reality.

CREDITS

Client: Channel 8 News Morning Express (8频道新闻晨光第一线)
Series Producer: Andre He
Director: Lee Yu En
Director of Photography: Amirah Haris
Editor: Lee Yu En

Reinventing Old Trades《旧是不一样》: Second-hand Furniture 旧货商

While most old furniture pieces get sent to the junkyard, Hock Siong & Co. refurbishes and repurposes these second-hand goods, transforming them into an eclectic collection of furniture. In this episode of Reinventing Old Trades《旧是不一样》, we see how one second-generation business owner builds on the roots of her father to breathe new life into the Karang Guni trade.

Credits

Client: Channel 8 News Morning Express (8频道新闻晨光第一线)
Series Producer: Andre He
Director: Eileen Chew
Director of Photography: Amirah Haris
Camera Assistant: Stefanus Ian
Editor: Eileen Chew

Danial Bawthan, "Wheel Smith"

Being diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at the age of four did not stop Danial Bawthan from dreaming big. Now a rapper and freelance sound designer, Danial goes by the moniker "Wheel Smith" and draws on his experiences as inspiration for his music. In this interview, he shares on the difficulties growing up being different from his peers, and how he uses his music to break boundaries.

Credits

Client: Yahoo Singapore
Video Producer: Amirah Haris
Editor: Amirah Haris, Lee Yu En

Published

Yahoo Singapore News
https://sg.news.yahoo.com/music-gives-sense-identity-says-disabled-beat-boxer-wheel-smith-044015989.html

Yahoo Singapore Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/YahooSingapore/videos/10155890228713001/

Highlights of Red Sports 2017

CREDITS

Photographer: Stefanus Ian, Cheah Wenqi
Writer: Stefanus Ian

PUBLISHED

National B Div SPL 2 Football: Gur Roshan scores in extra time as Queensway wins first ever title (photo & text)
https://www.redsports.sg/2017/04/19/spl-2-final-football-queensway-hong-kah/

National A Div Football (Girls): Hannah Lim secures VJC’s fifth straight title in 3-2 penalty shoot-out win against MJC (photo)
https://www.redsports.sg/2017/05/10/national-a-div-football-vjc-mjc/

National A Div Floorball: CJC qualify for Rd 2 after 10-3 victory over PJC
https://www.redsports.sg/2017/04/27/a-div-floorball-cjc-pjc/

A Div 4x400m: ACS(I) defy injury setbacks to claim 1st relay gold in division
https://www.redsports.sg/2017/05/02/a-div-4x400m-relay-acsi/

Overcoming the grief of Airasia QZ8501

"It's like having your insides ripped out."

When AirAsia Flight QZ8501 crashed into the Java Sea in 2014, all 162 people on board were killed, including Wee Mei Yi’s husband and their two-year-old daughter. Run and Gun Media was engaged by Agence France-Presse to photograph Wee Mei Yi for her story on overcoming her grief over the event. The story and accompanying news photos were published in Hong Kong's South China Morning Post.

Credits

Client: Agence France-Presse for
End Client: South China Morning Post
Photographer: Stefanus Ian

Published

South China Morning Post Website
http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/long-reads/article/2117134/its-having-your-insides-ripped-out-singaporean

Yahoo Singapore Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/scmp/posts/10155768515589820