Biography of the Author Derrick A Paulo

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  1. Sam Leong (right) is the founder of Forest restaurant; his son Joe is out to make a name for himself

    His dad is Michelin starred. Chef Joe Leong is trying to step out of his shadow

    What happens when a child follows in the footsteps of a famous parent like Chef Sam Leong? There are tribulations and also poignancy, as On The ...
  2. The hostages in Taiwan's 1997 hostage crisis were a South African diplomat and his family.

    Inside the sensational 1997 hostage crisis that rocked Taiwan

    When the island’s most wanted criminal held a family hostage, the negotiations became fraught with chaos, and the situation threatened to spiral ...
  3. With 5G, investments are pouring into entertainment content as the South Korea experience has shown.

    After seven months, here’s what South Korea can teach us about 5G

    It was the first country to launch 5G mobile networks, and the programme Why It Matters looks at how the technology is not only about faster ...
  4. Young people at a climate change rally in Singapore.

    How Singapore sees its millennials (and it's not a pretty picture)

    A nationwide survey uncovers cracks between the different ages, raising questions on whether the young are being ignored, as the documentary ...
  5. Medical social worker Melissa Chew's job entails bringing comfort to both the living and the dead.

    When all a patient has at death’s door is one last hope, she steps in

    Melissa Chew's job as a medical social worker includes reuniting families, even at the eleventh hour, and tracking down a dead person’s next of ...
  6. Chinese President Xi Jinping has described Russian President Vladimir Putin as his "best friend".

    How China and Russia are becoming BFFs, following Trump’s US policy

    The two world powers are breaking new economic ground, ramping up co-operation in various areas like defence and seeking a dominion of sorts. The ...
  7. A robot modelled on mankind's oldest social interface: Humans.

    How AI is coming 'alive', replacing human roles — as robots or as wives

    The technology is being developed to be human-like, raising questions like whether artificial intelligence will walk beside people, or virtual ...
  8. (dp) OTRD generation gap green (1)

    A 71-year-old and her grandchild on a green journey together, to find closeness again

    Emma wants to save the earth from choking on waste. Mildred doesn’t see the point. On The Red Dot finds out whether this generation gap between ...
  9. Riot police try to disperse protesters in Hong Kong's tourism district Nathan Road on July 7, 2019.

    What lies ahead for Hong Kong, a city on edge

    Protests may not be unusual in Hong Kong, but with the gulf between its government and people never more evident, Insight examines where the city ...
  10. “Growing up here is special," says Daniel, even if being Jewish is “very hard" owing to Jewish laws.

    From special haircuts to speaking Hebrew, how Jews live in Singapore

    Whether they follow the orthodox code or are less strict, they are redefining, adapting and embracing Jewish life the Singaporean way. The series ...