In Young Voices this week, 15-year-old Ma Jun Hou writes about the importance of understanding financial literacy and being aware of the commitments we make.
In this week’s Young Voices, Carra Nunis, 14, shares a story of a doll that keeps finding its way back to its owner.
In this week’s Young Voices, 13-year-old Faith Sta Maria Martin writes about Spotty the dog, who leads a boy named Jerry on to the right path. Or is Jerry dreaming?
Riyaa Reuban, 12, loves dogs, especially her first pet Rudy, a mongrel. Rudy is the love of her life, and the one who causes her the most trouble.
In Young Voices this week, 13-year-old Lavanya Claire writes about Isabell-Heatherly, the future queen of England, nuclear bombs, and a doll.
In Young Voices this week, K. Harendran, 17, writes that the uncertainty of death is what makes life so precious. No one knows when our life on earth will come to an end. This probably is the most important reason to live life to the fullest.
In Young Voices this week, Chen Yin Zhe, 17, writes that nations don’t need to create wars just to showcase their advancements in technology.
Perhaps cyber-correspondence really is the future of mankind, but it has also created a lonely generation of people, writes 17-year-old Ganapathy Nalachakravarthy.
In Young Voices this week, 17-year-old Lakshana Ashwind writes about a teenager who lived in the future and how his time travel experience taught him a valuable lesson.
In Young Voices this week, 13-year-old Lavanya Claire writes about a woman who finally realises her partner’s nightmares are a sign of a major catastrophe.
In Young Voices this week, 12-year-old Faith Sta Maria Martin writes about a businesswoman who wakes up in a dilapidated hospital after two months in a coma. Why is a strange man staring at her, and why won’t the doctor help her?
In Young Voices this week, Carra Nunis, 13, writes several short stories – from a mysterious figure who locks a young girl in the basement, to a young boy who screams after the lights in his entire house goes off.
In Young Voices this week, 12-year-old Eshana Devadass expresses, through her poem, how Covid-19 has impacted us and our freedom.