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Daily Cuts - S1E24: What To Do In A Crowd Surge

Daily Cuts - S1E24: What To Do In A Crowd Surge
31 Oct 2022 07:58PM
9 mins

Singapore Today speaks with Northumbria University's Professor Martyn Amos on how to protect yourself when caught in a crowd surge.

Daily Cuts - S1E51: Champion Of Inclusivity In The Arts

Singapore Today speaks with Lim Lee Lee, one of the recipients of this year’s  Goh Chok Tong Enable Awards, for being a dedicated inclusivity champion in the arts sector.

01/12/2022 8 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E50: WHO recommends new name for monkeypox disease

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced that monkeypox will be renamed mpox, in a bid to avoid stigmatisation. But why was the disease originally linked to monkeys?

Guest: Dr Asok Kurup, infectious disease physician, Mount Elizabeth Hospital

30/11/2022 4 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E49: Resumption of heights-based activities in schools

Singapore Today speaks to Forest Adventure, an outdoor activity center located at Bedok Reservoir Park, on the Education Ministry's move to progressively resume heights-based outdoor adventure learning activities for students next February.

30/11/2022 10 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E48: A New Lease Of Life

Singapore Today speaks with Lim Wen Ming, Liver Transplant Patient and Professor Brian Goh, Head, Department of Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary and Transplant Surgery, Singapore General Hospital, about an operation that saved his life and enabled him to celebrate the recent birth of his daughter.

28/11/2022 17 mins

Daily Cuts - S1E47: A Bright Spot In Tech

Singapore Today speaks with Lin Chengyi, Affiliate Professor of Strategy, INSEAD, about the recent spate of layoffs in the tech sector and why undergraduates, as well as those retrenched from tech companies, still want to explore job prospects in the field.

28/11/2022 11 mins