Biography of the Author Janice Lim

Janice Lim

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  1. Clarke Quay

    The Big Read: Bearing few traces of its past, Clarke Quay’s decades-long search for an identity goes on

    While CapitaLand’s strategy to bring in more family-friendly activities would help to improve business in the day, some experts felt that this ...
  2. A man stands near an advertisement of a cryptocurrency exchange in Tokyo

    The Big Read: Cryptocurrency crash offers industry the reality check it needs

    It’s not just cryptocurrency investors who have been hit by the drop in prices. Cryptocurrency-related businesses are affected as well.
  3. Mr Watt Zhong Qing indulges in fast food about four times a week

    The Big Read: Through thick and thin (waistlines) — Singaporeans’ enduring love affair with fast food

    Experts believe that the fast food industry here will continue to thrive despite health concerns and a cut-throat sector
  4. Woman lying in silence.

    The Big Read: Some men just don’t get it — more awareness but abuse of women in S’pore still a problem

    Despite greater recognition from the Government on the broader issue of violence against women, there is still a long way to go at a societal and ...
  5. ShoeBox

    The Big Read: Despite downsides, heartlanders continue their love affair with shoebox units

    Several owners of shoebox units remain upbeat about selling their apartments in the future, in part thanks to recent guidelines set by the Urban ...
  6. hdb 99 year lease file photo

    The Big Read: HDB lease decay — Govt’s solutions ‘not perfect’, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel

    The issue of lease expiry of HDB flats in Singapore remains a complex issue with no perfect solutions and many details to be worked out.
  7. A woman passes closed down shops at a section of a mall in Singapore

    The Big Read: Malls change tack to draw crowds, never mind if they aren’t there to shop

    Shopping centres are shifting their strategy, turning to activity-based and F&B retailers to keep customers coming even as they remain under siege ...