SINGAPORE - Get your weekly dose of what is trending in Singapore and around the world with a live video series by The Straits Times.
The series, which adopts a casual, talk-show format, is helmed by multimedia journalists Alyssa Woo and Hairianto Diman.
It airs every Thursday at 4.30pm on ST's Facebook page.
In this week's episode, they talk about the amendments to the Smoking (Prohibition in Certain Places) Act, tennis legend Serena Williams' meltdown at the US Open, and Nets being appointed to bring together cashless payments to hawker centres in Singapore.
Topics covered in previous episodes include uncommon games at this year's Asian Games, the high-speed rail agreement between Singapore and Malaysia, the Crazy Rich Asians red carpet event, and the koi fish "pond" built into the steps of an HDB unit.