Biography of the Author Ng Chia Wee

Ng Chia Wee

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  1. Regardless of Generation

    Commentary: Regardless of age, here’s how to make sense of Singapore’s generation divide

    A new generation is coming of age but what we have in common, as Singaporeans across the ages, should help us move beyond the discomfort we have ...
  2. What 2019’s graduating jobseekers need to know

    Commentary: Facing disrupted futures, Singapore’s youth must put their mental health first

    Rather than neglect our mental health to arrive first in a race that never ends, let’s prioritise it so we can keep running this marathon, says Ng ...
  3. graduation economy

    Commentary: Amid economic uncertainty, Singapore’s millennials face a disrupted narrative

    The Class of 2019 will graduate at a time of economic uncertainty, with ripple effects for students in higher education, says Ng Chia Wee.
  4. sleep nanyang 6

    Commentary: A necessity Singaporeans cannot afford – more sleep

    More sleep or more work - this is a core dilemma every Singaporean must confront at some point in their lives, says Ng Chia Wee.
  5. students (2)

    Commentary: My generation has a fear of missing out - on a disrupted future

    The fear of missing out is real – and a 20-year-old shares what this means for millennials in an age of disruption.
  6. Singapore came on top in the latest PISA survey that measures skills among high school

    Commentary: Scrap PSLE? The Singapore education system is not a free lunch

    We expect a lot from our education system but our discussions to shape its evolution must also consider and clarify the trade-offs, says one young ...
  7. Lee Hsien Loong Cabinet reshuffle Facebook photo

    Commentary: The time has come for 4G leaders to forge a new narrative, new consensus

    A Cabinet reshuffle has been announced. One young Singaporean says what is more important is whether this 4G leadership can forge a common ...
  8. NUS graduation 2

    Commentary: A second education arms race may be on the horizon

    Job seekers are increasingly expected to possess not just a degree but internships, leadership roles, community projects, overseas experience and ...
  9. sg50 youth conversations

    Commentary: Make Youth Conversations compulsory to build active citizenry

    The enthusiasm and energy of youths can be better harnessed to build a thinking, resilient society that actively shapes its future, says one observer.