SEA Games 2017

Media Games

The New Straits Times does its bid for Asean unity, lauding the many Thai fans at the opening ceremony in the National Stadium.
The New Straits Times does its bid for Asean unity, lauding the many Thai fans at the opening ceremony in the National Stadium.PHOTO: TWITTER/NST_ONLINE
Indonesia's Agus Prayogo is all pumped up before finishing second in the marathon. While he was the favourite, it was still a creditable performance two days after his country marked its 72nd National Day. Calvin Kang and Timothee Yap (front left and
Indonesia's Agus Prayogo is all pumped up before finishing second in the marathon. While he was the favourite, it was still a creditable performance two days after his country marked its 72nd National Day.PHOTO: INSTRAGRAM/ AGUSPRAYOGO21
Indonesia's Agus Prayogo is all pumped up before finishing second in the marathon. While he was the favourite, it was still a creditable performance two days after his country marked its 72nd National Day. Calvin Kang and Timothee Yap (front left and
Calvin Kang and Timothee Yap (front left and right) and other Singapore athletes conducting their own marching-in ceremony in the hotel. Watch them at http://bit.ly/ 2fUQZtM.PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/ FRAPPECAL
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 20, 2017, with the headline 'Media Games'. Print Edition | Subscribe