31 Oct '13, 8am

Opium dens and race riots. TV series "Serangoon Road" depicts a different side to Singapore.

Opium dens and race riots. TV series "Serangoon Road" depicts a different side to Singapore.

“Serangoon Road” is HBO Asia’s first original TV series, offering a dramatized glimpse into a period often sanitized in Singapore history books. The 10-episode drama, which had its premiere on Sept. 22, is named after a major thoroughfare that played a key role in Singapore’s history, a crossing point for its disparate ethnic groups and the foreigners and colonial rulers that then influenced the small, turbulent island.

Full article: http://blogs.wsj.com/scene/2013/10/31/singapore-gets-the-...

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