Stories By John Leong
108 Feb 2016 Mon
Kampong Glam is often associated with Singapore's Malay-Muslim heritage, but an ongoing exhibition of artefacts, photographs and oral histories paints the area as a microcosm of the country's larger diversity.
207 Feb 2016 Sun
Local sport has had to grapple with a familiar bugbear for many years – dwindling crowd support. Some cynics have said this is because Singapore is a nation that only supports winners. But does support only come with sporting success?
323 Nov 2015 Mon
Singapore's newest museum is housed in two icons of the country's past and features about 1,000 works of art. Over the years, the two structures have witnessed time marching past.
430 Oct 2015 Fri
As small countries with a common perspective, Singapore and New Zealand are well-placed to make a big impact on world affairs, says President Tony Tan Keng Yam as he wraps up a state visit to New Zealand.
529 Oct 2015 Thu
“I encourage you to continue keeping up your ties to Singapore and your families back home. You are an important part of the wider Singapore community," says President Tony Tan Keng Yam.
628 Oct 2015 Wed
Dr Tan was briefed by local officials on the city's rebuilding efforts in the wake of the earthquake.
727 Oct 2015 Tue
Dr Tan makes this point on the second day of his state visit to New Zealand, at a state banquet hosted by the Governor-General Jerry Mateparae.
827 Oct 2015 Tue
At the Government House in Wellington, Dr Tan was issued a ceremonial Maori challenge, or Wero, and was greeted with a traditional Haka dance.
926 Oct 2015 Mon
The trip to the Dominion Museum in Wellington is part of a five-day state visit marking 50 years of diplomatic relations between Singapore and New Zealand.
1026 Oct 2015 Mon
Private car booking services such as UberX and GrabCar are set to undergo a review following feedback from traditional cabbies calling for a level playing field. Channel NewsAsia explores the issue.