Finding home away from home
In the small city of Singapore, these foreign workers seek out spaces that they can call their own.
This image is part of a series, exploring the public spaces that have adopted by the migrant workers of Singapore, if only for an evening.
You can see the complete series at RECLAIM LAND, a site set up by four journalism students to explore how ordinary people have created their own places despite living in the city-state of Singapore that is just over 700 kilometres-square in size — so small that some have called it a “little red dot”.
See also below WHEN THE DAY BEGINS, directed by Prashant Somosundram, the winner of THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD, in the CIVIC LIFE: TIONG BAHRU project’s short film competition, WHERE THE HEART IS.