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23 Feb, Thu, 11:00 PM

To Live: Abused

Erwiana and Saw were detained and abused under very different circumstances. Erwiana worked as a maid in Hong Kong, and could not escape from an increasingly violent employer. Saw was a student rebel in Myanmar who was imprisoned and brutally tortured. Their lives today will surprise you.

25 Feb, Sat, 9:30 PM

Bridging Giants: Vietnam

Music and television in Vietnam is partly influenced by the Chinese. Vinh, a musical conductor bridges the two countries with his music compositions. Dung customises Chinese instruments for his customers. Ngoc, a prolific voiceover artiste finds meaning in life through the dubbing of Chinese shows.

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Asia Pacific

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The medium and long-haul budget airline's outlook remains strong, however, and it will now sell more tickets in ...

Former M'sian central bank governor says will cooperate in 1990s forex probe

Asia Pacific

This follows an announcement by the Prime Minister's Office of the establishment of a special taskforce to investigate ...

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The move by the Singapore Island Country Club (SICC) comes in anticipation of it losing facilities following the expiry ...

Higher pay, but fresh graduates took longer to find full-time permanent jobs: Survey

Fresh graduates from NUS, NTU and SMU earned a median starting pay of S$3,360, up slightly from S$3,300 in 2015 ...

Companies rank cyber attacks as top fear

Singapore

Cyber attacks top businesses' list of fears, according to a survey, and fortifying cyber defences remains a key ...

US targets millions in sweeping deportation plan

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The Trump administration issued tough new orders on Tuesday (Feb 21) for a sweeping crackdown on illegal immigrants ...

Kim Jong Nam death: North Korean embassy official wanted for questioning

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Malaysian police said a senior official in the North Korean embassy is wanted for questioning in the murder of the man ...

Convicted ex-Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang sentenced to 20 months in jail

Asia Pacific

Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang, the highest-ranking ex-official to be charged in the city's history, was ...

Budget 2017: Headstart Programme helps SMEs find R&D footing

Singapore

The programme helps SMEs access A*STAR's advanced equipment and intellectual property.

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Upcoming Highlights

23 Feb, Thu, 11:00 PM

To Live: Abused

Erwiana and Saw were detained and abused under very different circumstances. Erwiana worked as a maid in Hong Kong, and could not escape from an increasingly violent employer. Saw was a student rebel in Myanmar who was imprisoned and brutally tortured. Their lives today will surprise you.

25 Feb, Sat, 9:30 PM

Bridging Giants: Vietnam

Music and television in Vietnam is partly influenced by the Chinese. Vinh, a musical conductor bridges the two countries with his music compositions. Dung customises Chinese instruments for his customers. Ngoc, a prolific voiceover artiste finds meaning in life through the dubbing of Chinese shows.