Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Story Hand Drawn In Manga-style For Youths
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Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Story Hand Drawn In Manga-style For Youths

Our Founding Father Mr Lee Kuan Yew changed the lives of Singaporeans in many ways. Some more lasting than others but all for the common good of our…

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Focus On One Product & Go Global – Foodtrepreneur Daniel Tay
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Focus On One Product & Go Global – Foodtrepreneur Daniel Tay

NTUC’s U SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) is an initiative set up by the Labour Movement to help support SMEs and enable them to address challenges so that…

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10 Tea Facts That Will Change The Way You View Tea Forever
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10 Tea Facts That Will Change The Way You View Tea Forever

Many people all over the world drink tea, but many may not have known the following 10 tea facts, which I was lucky enough to learn from Mr…

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A Day In The Life Of A Therapy Assistant In Singapore
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A Day In The Life Of A Therapy Assistant In Singapore

Here’s the shocking truth – we will have close to one million old folks (962,000) aged 65 years and above in Singapore by 2030 and our population is…

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Zika Virus: What All Pregnant Women (Mothers-To-Be) Must Know
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Zika Virus: What All Pregnant Women (Mothers-To-Be) Must Know

The word Zika is a big thing in Singapore. If you know if any friends, relatives or colleagues who are pregnant or trying for a baby, you better give…

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What Singapore Parents Can Do To Tackle The New PSLE Grading System
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What Singapore Parents Can Do To Tackle The New PSLE Grading System

Recently, the Ministry of Education (MOE) announced that the PSLE scoring system will be revamped from 2021. The new changes would introduce a series of changes including removal…

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Isabelle Lim Inspires With 1st Solo Exhibition At Enabling Village
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Isabelle Lim Inspires With 1st Solo Exhibition At Enabling Village

Isabelle Lim (22 years old) was born with Nager syndrome, a very rare medical condition that mainly affects the development of the face, arms and hands. The condition…

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Sponsored Video: NTU Students Create 3D Printed Electric Car
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Sponsored Video: NTU Students Create 3D Printed Electric Car

We have seen 3D printers making the headlines recently with the capability to manufacture products from high-fashion accessories to medical implants. Little did we expect that an innovative…

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So You Want To Be A Singapore Blogger By TINCADEMY
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So You Want To Be A Singapore Blogger By TINCADEMY

Have you always wanted to be an Influencer but have no clue how to get started? Or perhaps you’ve been blogging for a few years but you’re not…

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Be The Change Exposition Recognises Children Shaping Singapore
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Be The Change Exposition Recognises Children Shaping Singapore

Singapore’s largest showcase of social initiatives by the young, Be the Change Exposition, returns for its sixth iteration this year on 12 November 2015 (Thursday) at Suntec Convention…

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PA Little Chefs Shares Hopes & Dreams For Singapore’s Future
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PA Little Chefs Shares Hopes & Dreams For Singapore’s Future

Fuss-free cake making for children is no longer a dream with push- pop cakes. As part of the People’s Association ‘50.Taste’ campaign, 300 children from diverse backgrounds came together…

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People’s Association Senior Academy Fulfil Passion & Aspirations
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People’s Association Senior Academy Fulfil Passion & Aspirations

Singaporeans are a busy bunch. Most of us are busy juggling work ambitions, family commitments and occasionally helping out at charity and community events. As we hurry on…

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