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Episode 3: High School Girls For Hire

Get Rea!
Episode 3

Joushi Kousei or JK shops in Japan are on the rise. These shops offer the experience of being with a high school girl ...

On The Table: Celebrity Chef Mario Batali

First Look Asia

We sit down with celebrity chef Mario Batali to talk food! And find out why he says one of the most important parts of ...

Daw Cho Aye (Myanmar)

ASEAN’s Next Generation Leaders (ANGeLs)
Episode 4

For decades, women in rural Myanmar were resigned to a life of toil, sacrifice and quiet discrimination. Cho Aye, a ...

China Economy

First Look Asia

As China announced a Q4 GDP growth of 6.8%, we speak to Tim Condon, Head of Research, Asia at ING Wholesale Banking on ...

Return of Strongman Politics

Insight
Episode 36

Political strongmen are making a comeback. Is the world better off with them at the helm?

Age of Innovation

Age Of Innovation

"Age of Innovation" travels through time, showing Singapore's evolution from ancient trading hub to colonial port city ...

Box Office: Review Of Split & Sundance Film Festival

First Look Asia

We review M Night Shyamalan's new psychological thriller, Split. Plus, we get the lowdown on Pop Aye, Singapore's first ...

Living In Limbo

First Look Asia

A documentary that looks at the state of Singapore's nursing homes. We speak with TV host Anita Kapoor, who spent two ...

Central Banks’s Decisions

First Look Asia

Key central banks to make policy decisions today. Bank Negara Malaysia, Bank Indonesia and European Central Bank all ...

Thailand After King Bhumibol

Between The Lines
Episode 34

Thailand faces uncharted territory ahead, after the death of King Bhumibol, the only monarch most in the kingdom had ...

Coffee With The Boss: Andrew Li

First Look Asia

It doesn't matter what role you do or take on in a company - no matter how small it is, there has to be respect. Hear ...

A Chat With The Stars of Master: Gang Dong-won & Kim Woo-bin

First Look Asia

The race is on to catch a legendary con man in the Korean crime thriller, Master. We go behind-the-scenes with two of ...

News Clips

Car reverses into Hougang preschool, no one injured

Singapore

Rectification works at the childcare centre is expected to take three to four weeks to complete, My First Skool said.

Upgrading along Kallang River, Sungei Whampoa to bring residents closer to water

Singapore

Viewing decks and new spaces have been built along Kallang River and Sungei Whampoa, as part of national water agency ...

Women lead mass anti-Trump marches across US

World

New York's Fifth Avenue has been shut down by marchers voicing their displeasure at the new US President. The march on ...

West Coast viaduct gets night art market

Singapore

The Singapore Land Authority says this art market is a pilot test to see if Singaporeans are receptive to utilising ...

Indonesia’s orangutans threatened by expansion of palm oil plantations

Asia Pacific

The Orangutan Foundation International estimates that up to 5,000 orangutans are killed every year as Indonesia expands ...

PM Lee hands out red packets to needy elderly in Teck Ghee

Singapore

Senior residents in Teck Ghee were greeted with some early festive cheer on Saturday morning when Prime Minister Lee ...

Singapore will have to ‘wait to see’ what Trump’s policies are and adapt: Shanmugam

Singapore

Singapore will have to adopt a wait-and-see approach when it comes to the trade policies under the new US ...

Thousands join anti-Trump global march

World

Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the United States are expected to pack into downtown Washington on ...

Smoking out the source of China's smog

Asia Pacific

It was clear someone did not want the story of Songting, a village in the Hebei province deemed the "source of ...

Donald Trump sworn in as 45th US president

World

Donald Trump launched his presidency on Friday with a fiercely nationalistic vow to put "America first," declaring a ...

ASEAN ministers agree to boost cruise tourism

Singapore

The joint declaration will set out principles to spur port and destination development in the region.

Thin people with diabetes most at risk of dying from liver disease: Singapore study

Singapore

Researchers found that patients who were thin and diabetic were 5.5 times more likely to die from fatty liver disease ...

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