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Singapore's Finest

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As Singapore heads towards SEA Games 2015, we uncover the intimate side of sports. How do athletes train? What weaknesses are they seeking to overcome? From celebrating personal bests to overcoming personal challenges, we see the athletes evolve in the weeks leading up to the Games.

Danger Zone

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Host Arglit Boonyai ventures into some of the most dangerous regions of the world. His mission is to discover why these places are plagued by conflict and/or danger and how ordinary people make do in such challenging circumstances.

The Worlds of Georgette Chen

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The Worlds of Georgette Chen is the first mega docudrama series on a pioneer Singapore artist whose extraordinary life spanned 3 continents and 4 major cities. Rui En, who plays Georgette, movingly portrays the dramatic twists and turns of the artists life in this cinematically beautiful epic story.

Insight

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Every week, our team of producers will serve up compelling arguments and insights on topical issues of the day. What's on the menu are topics or concerns that have set the region talking; of changing trends and news events with impact in Asia and beyond.

Money Mind

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We'll tell you how to make the most of your money but also why money is not an end in itself and connecting financial goals to your life goals is really what you should be doing. Of course we will also still continue to provide tips for investors, business ideas for businessmen and comments on the economy, markets, companies, financial products, and trends.

Kids & Money: A Story About A Scam

Some scams are so sophisticated, even smart people fall for them, so teach children about scams early. "The Cost Of Popularity" will help 6 to 10-year-olds understand what scams are, and hopefully avoid them in the future.

Food Empire

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Over 5 decades, Singapore’s pioneer hawkers and cooks have built a nation of food-loving people, and turned Singapore into a food empire. Channel NewsAsia’s new series gains access to the families behind some of Singapore’s best-loved dishes – unveiling stories of kinship and gastronomic magic.

Against The Odds: Max Tan

Dressage is a competitive equestrian sport where grace and elegance is of utmost importance. How does Maximillian Tan – born with cerebral palsy and unable to use his legs – make riding seem so easy, almost effortless?

Heart To Heart Talk

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Heart to Heart Talk gets to the heart of difficult issues which we all face when making choices about school and work. Students, their parents, and industry professionals talk frankly about their challenges, hopes and worries as they figure out which education and career paths will help them reach their fullest potential.

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Asia Exposed S3

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ASIA Exposed 3 follows 6 established photographers who are challenged to take on social issues with their cameras. In this season, photographers conquer bigger and bolder topics in their eye-opening quests to use photography as a medium for change and social awareness. 

Bring Back Our Girls

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BRING BACK OUR GIRLS, a landmark series premiering on Channel NewsAsia in March 2015, explores the plight of women in Asia fighting against prejudice, injustice and violence. Will they be able to change their lives and in the process, transform the community around them?

Campaign Nation

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Over the past 50 years, Singaporeans have seen over 200 national campaigns, and as we approach Singapore's 50th anniversary, Channel NewsAsia celebrates this unique facet of our national identity with a 2-part documentary series, Campaign Nation hosted by MediaCorp artiste, Tay Ping Hui.

China Close-Up S2

Following in the wake of season one of China Close-Up, the second season gets up-close-and-personal to reveal more fascinating facets of life in China - her people, cultural peculiarities, the myriad communities within communities and social issues facing modern Chinese society.

City Redesign

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Join architect and presenter, Prof. Jason Pomeroy, as he explores the heart of building Singapore in four veins - how we work, live, play, and conserve our past. Beyond merely contemplating the most spectacular structures and the stories behind them, Jason delves deeper into the foresight of early planners, the constant need to reinvent for a new era, and the tricky balance between moving forward and keeping a semblance of the past. Whether it’s a surviving colonial building or the latest eco-friendly skyscraper, Jason discovers that the story of building Singapore is really one of a city, always in redesign.

Conversation With

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Conversation With features an eccentric mix of personalities – from maverick lawmakers to innovators, who will not only allow us to get an insight about themselves but also the issues that will impact this region in the coming decades.

Danger Zone

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Host Arglit Boonyai ventures into some of the most dangerous regions of the world. His mission is to discover why these places are plagued by conflict and/or danger and how ordinary people make do in such challenging circumstances.

Days of Disaster

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Days of Disaster is a five-part landmark series that charts momentous events that shaped modern Singapore. A plane hijacking, industrial catastrophe, hotel collapse, massive fire and crippling water crisis are all brought vividly to life with high quality drama reconstruction, CGI and exclusive eyewitness accounts – many told for the very first time.

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A new report presented to the United Nations shows a record number of people were displaced in 2014 - the equivalent of ...

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Rupert Murdoch’s media group News Corp has seen profits fall 52 per cent in the last quarter. The parent company of the ...

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The talks aim to iron out details of the proposed Sino-Thai dual track rail system, which the countries agreed to ...

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Around 20 people are involved in the making of just one SEA Games medal, and the entire production process has taken ...

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