Biography of the Author Derrick A Paulo

Derrick A Paulo

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  1. This is how dirty your money is

    Banknotes in Singapore were tested for bacteria, and the results were not comforting, as Why It Matters discovers.
  2. Underage smokers: The ease of getting cigarettes put to the test

    A third of smokers aged 18 to 21 started when they were 14 or younger. Talking Point goes undercover to find out how easy it is for teens to get ...
  3. Once too poor for $1-lunch, hero now rallies a town to bring hope to families

    T-shirt salesman Kelvin Wan used his modest income to help families in Kuching - until his own family couldn’t afford it anymore. Then this CNA ...
  4. Once bleeding billions, how Philips reinvented itself for the digital age

    Seemingly past its heyday as an electronics giant, the company turned to healthcare to survive – and now thrive. Inside the Storm looks at how it ...
  5. Low-income and owning a car. Why?

    A good proportion of the bottom 20 per cent of households have a car, but should they? Talking Point investigates.
  6. Seven tips about the sugar traps unknown to most people

    The health concerns may be obvious, but the culprits less so. The programme Why It Matters uncovers the hidden sugars that leave children ...
  7. A chance to heal old racial wounds for one Singaporean

    Three youths who seldom mix with those outside their own ethnic group, become the guest of a family from another race. On The Red Dot finds out if ...
  8. How corporate greed nearly destroyed Marvel's superhero empire

    An obsession with profit and shareholders led the comics icon to bankruptcy and scandal in the 1990s. Inside the Storm looks at how Marvel came ...
  9. From 'untameable' teen, to Asia beatbox champ - with dad's belief in him

    Piratheeban Kernabalan lacked focus in school and in life because of his ADHD. Until he found a musical art that called to him and gave him a ...
  10. Is Yishun jinxed - or merely misunderstood?

    Statistics show that the town might not be the hotbed of crime many may think it is. Talking Point investigates.