Stories By John Leong
122 May 2016 Sun
As a result of some individuals spending more than necessary on private medical care, premiums may rise at a faster pace due to medical inflation, says the Life Insurance Association.
206 May 2016 Fri
Aspects covered in the partnership include trade and economics, defence, innovation and science, and people-to-people ties. It was first announced last year by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and then-Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
329 Mar 2016 Tue
Danes work 37-hour work weeks on average, the shortest among developed countries.
429 Mar 2016 Tue
With two weeks of paternity leave set to become a legal requirement for employers in Singapore, Channel NewsAsia's John Leong travelled to South Korea and Denmark to see what can be learnt from their efforts to encourage fathers to play a more active role.
519 Mar 2016 Sat
The move is part of a wider push to help Singaporeans better balance work and family life, and that it will be discussed at the upcoming Committee and Supply debate in Parliament, says the Senior Minister of State.
617 Mar 2016 Thu
Senior Minister of State Josephine Teo is leading a National Population and Talent Division study trip to South Korea to study marriage trends.
709 Mar 2016 Wed
The theme of this year's show, which will be held at the National Stadium for the first time in a decade, will be "Building Our Singapore of Tomorrow".
803 Mar 2016 Thu
The challenge is not just in the taste; it is in attracting young Singaporeans to the trade.
908 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.
1007 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?