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The long road to ensuring that Singapore's waste doesn't go to waste

Expensive tunnels and facilities are being built to tackle mounting waste and help carve out a greener future. But current habits on the ground ...

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Bringing Keyuan home: An orphan's long wait comes to an end

Keyuan, the orphan boy from China without ears, stole the hearts of our viewers last year. But, "what if everyone thought that ...

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I think it's good not to be constrained by six or nine months (to pick the next Prime Minister). We still need time to work together, know each other well and, among us, I'm sure a leader will emerge.

Singapore Minister Ong Ye Kung

Singapore Good not to be constrained by 'artificial deadline': Ong Ye Kung on picking next PM
If both sides use our historical and cultural links to tackle today's challenges and build bridges for the future, our youth and next generation stand to gain the most. 

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on ASEAN-India relations

Asia Pacific Commentary: ASEAN and India, 25 years and beyond
You wonder if you could have done something more, of course … but you’ve got to have closure … You want to make sure you're still prepared to make sure that the next patient walks away fine from the ICU. 

Children’s ICU senior resident Dr Sudipta Roy Chowdhury

CNA Insider Inside the children's ICU, parents face hard choices, hope and painful goodbyes
People will continue to shop at wet markets because it involves a simple transaction that is easy for all ages – you can choose what you want based on quality, you pay in cash immediately, and you're done. 

Butcher Rasheed, on the competition Singapore wet markets face

Singapore On The Job as a wet market butcher: A dying trade being killed off by supermarkets?
We have no plan to clone humans, and social ethics would by no means allow that practice. 

Dr Mu-ming Poo, one of the scientists who created the world's first cloned monkeys

Asia Pacific Chinese scientists say ‘no plan’ to clone humans after successful monkey trial: Report
All these musicians ... will be coming out with their degrees or diplomas in music and what they end up doing is going back to teach the next generation of jobless musicians. Do we really want to drive all of them overseas?

Singaporean jazz maestro Jeremy Monteiro

Singapore We are at risk of having generations of 'jobless musicians': On the Record with Jeremy Monteiro, jazz maestro

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