Stories By Tan Qiuyi
104 Dec 2013 Wed
Saltwater crocodiles appear to be finding a permanent home at the Sungei Buloh wetlands. The National Parks Board is monitoring their numbers at the reserve, and urges visitors to be careful.
203 Dec 2013 Tue
An international study of 15-year-olds' mathematics, science and reading skills shows Singapore has made progress when it comes to helping weaker students level up to their peers.
326 Nov 2013 Tue
Some students and their parents are putting location and co-curricular activities above grades when choosing a secondary school.
424 Nov 2013 Sun
Inspired by his childhood experience, Singaporean director Anthony Chen said the film is very personal to him. He has also attributed his success to influences from Taiwanese cinema.
516 Nov 2013 Sat
Companies can play an important role in developing community sports, said Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong.
616 Nov 2013 Sat
Are Singaporeans "bo chup" (apathetic)? -- that was the question some 300 people tackled at a Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) dialogue on Saturday.
711 Nov 2013 Mon
Three Singaporeans in the typhoon-hit Philippine city of Tacloban have made contact with their families. According to Singapore's Foreign Affairs Ministry, all three girls are now in Manila.
810 Nov 2013 Sun
225 people showed up to climb stairs for a good cause on Sunday. Either in groups or individually, they raced up the 33 floors of the tower at Marina Bay Financial Centre.
910 Nov 2013 Sun
Three Singaporeans who were in the typhoon-devastated city of Tacloban in the Phillippines have not been contactable since the disaster hit on Friday. Their concerned parents are appealing for any assistance or information on their whereabouts.
1009 Nov 2013 Sat
Some 600 employers have denied workers their basic employment rights in the past year, including overtime pay and leave days, the Manpower Ministry said.