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  1. City of Hope Gala in Santa Monica, California

    Singer Kelly Rowland joins US coronavirus special to aid black community

    Kelly Rowland, Halle Berry and Anthony Anderson are among a host of black celebrities taking on the coronavirus epidemic as the disease continues ...
  2. Luxury care packages

    Care Packages: How to tell your family and friends you’re thinking of them

    With the absence of physical connections during this circuit breaker period, thoughtful little gifts make the heart grow fonder.
  3. Healthcare workers have also set up drive-in test centres

    Commentary: Why clapping for COVID-19 carers feels so strangely uplifting

    The effects of everyone coming together to show their appreciation for these groups of people went beyond feeling grateful, says Catherine Loveday.
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    Ep 2: Unlimited Desires

    Greta who? 20 years ago, residents of Samso switched to renewables to solve a need, and the island is today energy positive. What's better than ...
  5. Chasing Scarcity
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    46:00minutes

    Ep 1: Finite Resources

    Technology is great, but human conditioning is better. Mongolian herders, living for generations in a scarce environment, school urbanites on how ...
  6. A man holds a package of face masks in Singapore

    Commentary: Tech is not all bad. Our COVID-19 experience shows this

    The spotlight on tech needs to shift from spreading rumours and disinformation during this outbreak, says Carol Soon.
  7. Rapha Cycling Club Singapore

    Social networking on wheels: The cycling club that’ll give your career a leg up

    If you’re seeking fellowship, mentorship, community and experiences – and don’t mind taking on the world at the crack of dawn – then the Rapha ...
  8. Singapore screening

    Commentary: Don’t forget the vulnerable in the fight against COVID-19

    In moments of fear, we need to focus on others and not just ourselves, says Martin Tan.