In Young Voices this week, 13-year-old Zachary Teh Rui Ming pens an intriguing fiction called Null – a place where people are reconditioned in the name of equality.
In Young Voices this week, Nina Ahmad, 14, shares how she fell in love with the 22-year-old romantic movie Notting Hill.
In Young Voices this week, 15-year-old Maryam Mahmud pens a story about the haunted Mellowbrooke Street that has stood in people’s mind for months.
In Young Voices this week, 14-year-old Aidan Kwong shares why Apple products, although pricey, tick all the right boxes for today’s youth.
Three friends experience weird encounters early in the morning. Are they dreaming? If it is real, will they survive? Read all about it in Young Voices this week.
In Young Voices this week, Trix Tong, 13, discovers the power of a promise and how it can bring out the best in you that you never thought possible.
In Young Voices this week, 12-year-old Faith Sta Maria Martin writes about Lucy, her loving dog Cotton and a black substance from a strange-looking vase that gave her the chills.
In Young Voices this week, Sumaiyya Zuleikha Farid Wajidi, 16, writes about a girl who runs away from her parents due to their constant arguments about her future. The girl meets a decent man and trusts him, only to later realise the mistake she made.
In Young Voices this week, 16-year-old Alicia Joy writes about how an oak tree relies on a river to grow but can be also be killed by the gushing waters. She draws a comparison to teenagers and social media as she acknowledges the importance of keeping connected but warns too much of it can drown a user.
Rania Singam, 13, relives the past year as the world continues to battle Covid-19.
In a bid to give the younger generation an avenue to express themselves, Twentytwo13 now has a dedicated space called Young Voices. The first contribution is by Carra Nunis, 13, who writes about a fun outing that turns tragic when a five-year-old goes missing.