Biography of the Author Derrick A Paulo

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  1. The police continue to enter the fray to stop the bloodshed caused by Bangkok's deadly school gangs.

    In a shopping haven in Bangkok, one of Thailand’s deadliest school rivalries

    The country's vocational student gangs have been around for decades, and the violence of late knows no bounds, not even murder. Get Real gains ...
  2. Mr Ng Kok Choong often said the world was his oyster.

    ‘Willing to sacrifice himself’: The last adventures of a quake hero, ex-commando, paraglider

    From Indonesia to India, and from the perspectives of those who had never before retold his story, the programme On The Red Dot pieces together ...
  3. Ms Roszana Ali (right) has her best friend, Juni Syafiqah Jumat, to thank for the job introduction.

    Jobless for 7 years, woman with cerebral palsy finds hope, faces new hurdles

    After getting rejected for jobs because she was ‘very slow’ or hard to understand, Roszana Ali had given up on finding work — until food delivery ...
  4. MCI PSA Mr Lim looking at sun

    From working atop cranes to handling computers, a ‘dinosaur’ keeps up with change

    At 53, he boldly gave the digital workplace a go, after decades at PSA operating container yard cranes. Switching his cabin in the sky for a ...
  5. Mohammed Hanif has worked in Singapore for 13 years now.

    Yishun cleaner makes sacrifices for a better tomorrow, gets support for a better today

    In the estate he cleans, Mohammed Hanif is not just any foreign worker but a friend, and even family. It has made a big difference to a young man ...
  6. Insight Aung San Suu Kyi fading icon main

    Fading icon? Clash of views over Aung San Suu Kyi’s record — and future

    Her fall from grace has been dramatic, but can she undo the damage? The programme Insight finds out from critics and supporters of Asia’s ...
  7. Getai celebrity Liu Ling Ling was one of those who conceived in Johor Bahru.

    Why Singaporean women are going to Johor to make babies

    What's pushing Singaporean women to cross the Causeway to seek fertility treatment in Johor Bahru? Talking Point investigates.
  8. Ms Rubina Tiyu (right) exploring her options with fertility doctor Yeong Cheng Toh.

    The egg freezing dilemma of women in Singapore

    Only women with medical grounds are allowed to freeze their eggs, even as the fertility rate drops to a record low. Talking Point looks at some of ...
  9. Environmental hygiene is a criterion in some of the social credit systems that have been implemented

    Civilising China? A contentious social credit system moves boldly forward

    A social experiment, in which good behaviour is rewarded and undesirable acts face repercussions, is raising questions about what the future holds ...
  10. Seng Choon Farm produces 600,000 eggs daily from its 850,000 hens.

    Inside the high-tech operations of Singapore’s largest egg farm

    Seng Choon Farm has turned to automation in a big way, and CNA Insider gets an exclusive inside look at a few things Singaporeans don't know when ...