Interview, Lifestyle

Our cover stars share their hopes for 2021

Our cover stars share their hopes for 2021

What a challenging year it’s been. As it finally comes to a close, everyone’s looking forward to 2021 and thinking about what they want to accomplish in the next 12 months. For us, all we want is for a good – and safe – year. Like all periods of immense turmoil, exciting new possibilities have emerged – possibilities which could make 2021 not only a year of recovery, but a year in which we start to find better ways to live.

And it’s no different with the stars who have graced our covers. As the fashion and entertainment industry have been especially hard hit by the pandemic, we ask the cover guys about their New Year’s resolutions. While some are eager for a fresh start, others are making sure they approach the upcoming year with care and with the knowledge and skills they have learned from the experience.


Alvin Chong


“Countries borders are open and economy are restored. Also, I want to build my own home with my own money where I can decorate it myself.”



Josh Kua

“I hope 2021 brings much less drama and the chance to grow and flourish once again.”



Cedric Loo

“I hope that cinemas could be filled with crowds and we could all enjoy the magical moment of watching movies together again; just like the good old days.”



Silas Oo

“2020 has forced us all to turn inwards, regardless of external circumstances and hardships. For 2021, I’m looking forward to transform, to purge from within bad habits that have evolved over time with patience, acceptance, and most importantly work; to work towards a brighter and reformed future.”



Idris Khan

“I pray that 2021 will be a better, successful and amazing year for everyone!”


9 things to do in 2021:

1. Love more 2. Give and receive grace 3. Make a change 4. Throw away clutter 5. Unfollow negative people 6. Get some sleep 7. Don’t gossip 8. Smile more 9. Be brave 10. Always be thankful



Yuan Teng

“More sleep, more music, more tea, more books, more movies, more creating, more laughter, more hugs, more fun and more love.”


Miller Khan

“We have survived 2020, so let’s give a warm welcome to 2021. 2021, please be nice, okay?”