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  1. A Hong Kong couple after their wedding in Australia on 11/11/11

    Commentary: Getting married in an era of consumerism

    Marriage registration fees may have gone up but they are not nearly as much as what couples spend on their wedding. Terence Heng discusses what ...
  2. sleep nanyang 6

    Commentary: Starting school later is key to solving sleep problem faced by Singapore students

    The move by Nanyang Girls' High to start school later helps adolescents get appropriate rest, argue Duke-NUS Medical School experts involved in ...
  3. A North Korean soldier looks at the South side at the truce village of Panmunjom

    Four things to know about North and South Korea

    An expert sheds light on the history, culture and politics of the two Koreas.
  4. Traders work on the floor of the NYSE

    Bosses who joke with employees may encourage bad behaviour: Study

    "Aggressive humour" could encourage employees to be chronically absent from work, ignore a manager’s instructions, share confidential information, ...
  5. Forbes 30 under 30

    Singapore's Schooling, Vietnam rapper Suboi among Asia's 30 Under 30

    At 21, Olympic gold medallist Joseph Schooling is among the youngest to be recognised in the Forbes list, along with fellow swimmer Fu Yuanhui and ...
  6. 3 generation playground

    14 neighbourhood centres in Woodlands, Toa Payoh and Pasir Ris to be upgraded

    The Housing and Development Board (HDB) announced on Sunday (Apr 9) that it will upgrade 14 neighbourhood centres (NCs) in Woodlands, Toa Payoh ...
  7. Xi and Putin

    Commentary: Who is a better ally for the US - Russia or China?

    The history of persistent tensions between Russia and China suggests two choices: Accommodate and reconcile with Russia to balance against the ...
  8. NUS researchers

    NUS researchers invent liquid to turn window screens into PM2.5 filters

    When applied to non-woven mesh and left to dry overnight, the nanofibre-based solution can filter out up to 90 per cent of PM2.5 particles, says NUS.