53rd National Day

53rd National Day

Space ambitions find impetus in data supremacy

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): When Lynette Tan was growing up, working in the space industry was a crazy proposition — the closest thing would likely have been to look through the telescopes on sale at the Si

53rd National Day

Cashless society should not leave anyone behind

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): In recent years, cash seems to have gained rather than lost its appeal.

53rd National Day

With changing social dynamics, social work is a sunrise industry

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): As a young counsellor in the 1980s, Tan Ngoh Tiong learnt how to talk people down from the brink — offer any scrap of hope, no matter how small.

53rd National Day

Digitalise your business for posterity

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Singapore may be consistently ranked as among the most prepared countries for a digital future, but the reality is not quite so, according to Alex Lin, the former head of ecosyst

53rd National Day

Future economy depends on tech experimentation

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Singapore’s success as a developed economy can be traced to its ability to leverage different economic drivers over the years.

53rd National Day

As Singapore adapts to change, equality remains a constant value in defining identity: Interview with Minister Indranee Rajah

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): On June 28, the Binomio Spanish Restaurante located on Craig Road provided a free lunch to a group of elderly, low-income residents in the area.

53rd National Day

Urban transport: Closing the last-mile gap

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Colin Koh, a burly national sports coach and diving instructor, now teaches pavement etiquette to cyclists and personal mobility device riders.

53rd National Day

Shared spaces: Housing still subject to limitations

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Multi-purpose, co-living spaces are revolutionising urban life in densely populated and expensive New York, San Francisco, London and Shanghai.

53rd National Day

Integrated healthcare: Focus on prevention

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): A greying population, coupled with the rising incidence of “rich-world” health problems such as heart disease and diabetes, is a looming headache for policymakers and a burden on

53rd National Day

Future of work: Tech-enabled freedom

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Imagine hosting an international business conference from a deck chair on a beach, through a laptop and virtual reality device.

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