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WOMEN AND FINANCIAL LITERACY
17 October

As a financial educator, 8I Education’s CEO Pauline Teo is concerned that those who do not have sufficient funds for retirement have chosen to do nothing about it.

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Experience Point: Gaming Without Limits
22 September

You know what online Role-Playing Games (RPGs) are, but have you heard of Tabletop Role-Playing Games (TTRPGs)?

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Yayoi Kusama - Life is the heart of a rainbow
Yayoi Kusama Exhibition: Fight Against Males
10 September

In Kusama’s work we witness a woman releasing all the pain and beauty of her unique female existence, one that is particularly fraught and fruitful.

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Why Chinese Chamber Music in Singapore Matters
23 August

Ding Yi Music Company founding member and assisting conductor Dedric Wong sheds light on traditional Chinese chamber music and its relevance in Singapore today.

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Dance With Data
20 August

In one word, the difference between architecture and product design is progress. Progress comes in the dance with data.

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Appreciating Literature with Singaporean Authors
31 July

We delve into the psyche of Singapore’s notable literary authors by uncovering their favourite books.

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Broga Yoga: Yoga for the Boys (and Ladies Too)
7 July

The popular Broga Yoga program, while initially designed for men, is gaining global traction with both genders, according to co-founders Robert Sidoti and Adam O’Neill.

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Instagram – On Communities and Staying Authentic
24 June

“Twinstagrammers” Yais and Yafiq Yusman, street photographer AikSoon, and @sgig founder Ivan Kuek weigh in on how the platform has changed the way they connect and share ideas.

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Transforming Learning Using Virtual Reality
31 May

Lionel Chok, Founder and Creative Technologist at VR start-up iMMERSiVELY, sheds light on the billion-dollar industry and misconceptions about the technology.

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The Future of Singaporean Designers
29 May

More than ever, now is the time for change. Singapore’s designers need to reevaluate our positions, or succumb to the waves of nostalgia sweeping us into a sea of sameness.

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