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  1. Can the poor in Hong Kong withstand the current pandemic and economic slump?

    Fear, uncertainty and the grim face of poverty in Hong Kong with COVID-19

    Before the pandemic, 1.4 million people in the city were living below the poverty line. The programme Insight finds out how worse off they are ...
  2. One of the top 10 viral videos on YouTube in 2018, from YouTuber Nastya, with 850 million views.

    ‘He’d physically hit me’: What lies behind those child and animal viral videos

    Ever watched videos of children performing a feat, or funny cat videos? Some of their creators go to great lengths you may not have imagined. The ...
  3. maid file photo

    Should I worry if my helper is doing outside work?

    Do you know what your helper is doing on her day off? Talking Point investigates some of the second jobs domestic workers are taking on and ...
  4. The Covid-19 lockdown took away Fulera Begum’s job in an eatery; the disease took away her daughter.

    Hunger, death, exploitation: The plight of the poor in India in the pandemic

    The country pulled millions out of poverty only recently, but about 400 million Indians are now at risk of falling deeper into destitution because ...
  5. A 3-D printed figures are seen in front of displayed Tik Tok logo in this picture illustration

    Should we be afraid of TikTok?

    Is this Chinese app a sinister threat or just a popular innovation? The debate may soon come to a boil, and the series Beyond The Viral Video ...
  6. Canned food covers a wide spectrum, from luncheon meat and cream soup to chickpeas and green beans.

    Canned food: Maybe it isn’t as bad as you think

    It is often perceived to be less nutritious than fresh food, but if you know what to look out for, it can be a healthy alternative. The programme ...
  7. Albert Choy (right), the chef and owner of Ji Xiang Seafood in Old Airport Road, with his son, Chris

    To save an old-school ‘zi char’ stall from COVID-19, a family comes together

    For the second time, Albert Choy thought a coronavirus was going to kill his food business, 17 years after it first happened. This time, his ...
  8. Life after the crash: Finding love and adventure again, in a wheelchair
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    Life after the crash: Finding love and adventure again, in a wheelchair

    A  picture-perfect holiday in New Zealand ended in a car crash and four months in hospital for one Singaporean. Left half-paralysed, this is the ...
  9. 'Aliens' of the deep: New marine wildlife discovered off West Java
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    03:24minutes

    'Aliens' of the deep: New marine wildlife discovered off West Java

    No one knew these marine animals existed. Until now. A look at the amazing wildlife discoveries made by Singapore and Indonesian scientists in the ...
  10. To save the hawker trade, would you pay more?
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    03:53minutes

    To save the hawker trade, would you pay more?

    A S$3.50 plate of chicken rice = 30-cent profit. SIngapore's hawkers are grappling with rising operating costs (and not just at social enterprise ...