Most of us have the intrinsic desire to label everything.
Labels give us a sense of order and offer a quick way to distinguish things. But just as labels are efficient, they can also just be as damaging to a person's esteem.
In this issue of CATCH, we explore this shallow perception of labelling and offer a broader perspective of what labels are about. Here are some highlights.
Man on a Mission, our cover feature on local rapper Axel Brizzy, tells us how his curiosity for hip-hop music has moulded him to be one of the youngest rappers in Singapore to top the local hip-hop/rap charts.
Embarking on two very different adventures, our team experienced a haunted hospital and the Macritchie Treetop Walk to varying intensities of heart rate and perspiration levels.
Next up, Muhd Ammar is an epitome of positivity. Faced with disability, it did not stop him from pursuing his interest in dancing.
The CATCH team hopes that through these stories, it will change your mind on what labelling is. Next time, when you get labelled? Remember, take it all with a pinch of salt. Have a pleasant read and may you be blessed with all the wonderful things in life. Ciao!
Editor in Chief,