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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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I Never Wanted To Become An Entrepreneur
1 May

Entrepreneurship was a practical solution to the daily stresses encountered in the corporate world. With technology revolutionising every industry, what does it take to become an entrepreneur?

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Sunrise in the City: Singapore’s Best-Kept Fitness Secret
1 May

In price-obsessed Singapore, there exists a way for working professionals to enjoy the benefits of rising early, travelling to work and keeping fit absolutely free – no strings attached.

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Fashion Revolution: The True Cost of Fashion
28 March

Fashion Revolution, on a mission to raise awareness of the true cost of fashion, sets its sights on Asia. Country Coordinator Laura François sheds light on how consumers can get involved in the fashion value chain together.

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International Women’s Day: Women in Sports
7 March

In celebration of International Women’s Day’s #BeBoldForChange theme, uncovers the attitudes and motivations behind Singaporean female athletes: a Paralympic swimmer, professional tennis player, national netball players and Special Olympics bowler.

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Excerpts from Women and Work in Singapore: The Journey Ahead
6 March

Women are equal to men in intellectual capacity. The only differences are the physical and biological ones. To what extent has the status of women in the Singapore workplace change, and what remains to be done?

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