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31 July

Leaving my corporate career to find a husband in New York at 41, getting married at 46 and now coming back to Singapore in 2016 to immerse myself fully in the startup paradigm — each was a big change and have taught me so much about myself, and about the world out there.

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A People-First Workplace for Millennials
25 July

A company’s most important asset is its workforce. The millennial generation, who is the future of employment, is the need of the hour. According to leading HR industry reports, Singapore’s employees are the least engaged in Asia. Standing at a staggering 59%, employers need to find a way to adopt new ways of engaging millennials in the workplace.

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The Power of Human-Centered Marketing
26 June

Humanisation was born to help tech start-ups make a human impact in the digital world. Despite remarkable advances in technology, there remains a disconnect between companies and the people they seek to serve. It’s never been, and won’t ever be, a plug and play process.

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The Art of Kintsugi and the Beauty of Imperfections
9 May

Many of us lead busy lives that demand convenience and quick fixes. When things get broken, it’s so much easier to buy a replacement than spend time trying to fix it. However in Japan, ironically the land of instant ramen and vending machines, there exists an ancient art of repairing broken pottery with gold.

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Madonnas and Mavericks
4 March

The journey and process of writing take you places. You are never the same person as you were when you first started. The ideas and words morph with each person you meet and each story you hear.

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Crazy Horse Paris
25 January

Butts, boobs and erotic dance moves. Celebrating 65 show-stopping years of naked couture, Crazy Horse Paris’ Forever Crazy finally made its debut in Singapore on 11 October 2017 at the Marina Bay Sands Theatres.

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Cut The Fat With Minimalism
11 December

In today’s consumerist and capitalist society, it is easier to preach than to practice minimalism. “Less is more” is hard to achieve when we are conditioned to produce, distribute and exchange in constant flow.

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Flower Arrangement: the Basics and Tips
25 October

We learnt a thing or two from flower experts at A Better Florist’s floral arrangement workshop.

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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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