What's kept Little India ticking through the years? Its resilience and diversity, according a heritage expert. We take a look at an ongoing exhibition called Once Upon a Time in Little India that highlights these traits.
Mr Duterte and Mr Lee capped off their nasi lemak meal with 'some excellent D13 and Mao Shan Wang durians', said the Singapore Prime Minister.
The two leaders agreed that that there was room to further broaden and deepen bilateral relations, including strengthening security cooperation.
The National Environment Agency is studying the environmental and health impact of diesel emissions as it weighs possibilities of regulation change that could affect the 185,000 diesel vehicles on Singapore roads.
Attention should also be paid to special needs children after they leave school, says Dr Janil, who chairs an advisory panel on implementing compulsory education for children with disabilities.
"I can't think of a single geopolitical conflict right now, that doesn't have a cyber aspect to it," the former US National Intelligence Officer for Cyber Issues tells Channel NewsAsia.
The new facilities will be jointly developed by Singapore and Australia, and come under a newly signed defence agreement between both countries.
Four Memorandums of Understanding in the areas of defence, trade, science and innovation, and anti-drug trafficking were signed.
"It’s been pretty draining. But then again, it’s been a fun ride and I’m enjoying every moment so far," says the 21-year-old Olympic gold medallist.
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.