Biography of the Author Woo Jun Jie

Woo Jun Jie

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  1. Singapore skyline

    Commentary: Use the right lamp to light the way forward on inequality

    Oxfam’s Commitment to Reducing Inequality is a poor framework by which we should judge how well Singapore is doing on combating inequality, says ...
  2. File photo of students taking their seats for the diploma ceremony at Harvard University in Cambrid

    Commentary: Singapore and Singaporeans lose when universities chase after world rankings

    A focus on chasing after university rankings, and therefore prioritising research over teaching, has detrimental effects for Singapore students ...
  3. NTU graduates

    Commentary: A holistic university education must be community-oriented

    Singapore universities have done well in rankings but they need to instill civic consciousness in students in providing a well-rounded educational ...
  4. Chan Chun Sing, Heng Swee Keat, Ong Ye Kung collage

    Commentary: With the Cabinet reshuffle, the race for Singapore’s next Prime Minister has narrowed

    Two key contenders have emerged in the search for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s successor, says one observer.
  5. Singapore night skyline

    Commentary: A clear path to transforming Singapore’s financial services sector

    Nanyang Technological University’s Woo Jun Jie examines what lies ahead in the path to realising Singapore’s global financial centre ambitions - ...
  6. file photo: istana with presidential flag

    Commentary: Three qualities of a good candidate for President

    The next President of Singapore must possess an analytical mind, a strong understanding of Singapore's public service and most of all humility, ...
  7. Bubbles are seen in front of the skyline of the financial Central district in Hong Kong

    Commentary: Hong Kong, a cautionary tale for Singapore, a lesson for the future

    Hong Kong offers valuable lessons for Singapore, showing that Singapore must tread a different path if it wants to continue to thrive, argues Woo ...