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  1. Nathaniel Phua

    How this 30-year-old CEO went from being a fashion marketeer to a waste management advocate

    From rubbing shoulders with celebrities and models at local fashion festivals to handling soldier fly larvae that consume food waste, Ento ...
  2. Secretlab co-founder Ian Ang

    ‘I was definitely not a good student’: Secretlab co-founder Ian Ang

    Despite a subpar performance in school and being a university dropout, Ian Ang, 28, went on to co-found gaming chair company Secretlab and was ...
  3. Stanley James Ng

    How this millennial lawyer is shaking up Singapore's Chinese clan association scene

    Stanley Ng, the 35-year-old secretary-general of Huang Clan Association's youth committee, is credited for reviving youth interest in the clan. To ...
  4. graduation economy

    Commentary: Amid economic uncertainty, Singapore’s millennials face a disrupted narrative

    The Class of 2019 will graduate at a time of economic uncertainty, with ripple effects for students in higher education, says Ng Chia Wee.
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    Commentary: Few millennials in US are home owners

    Millennial home ownership levels are lower than the those of previous generations at a similar age, researcher Jimmie Lenz at the University of ...
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    Commentary: Consumerism is hitting a crisis - millennials staying away from shops

    People are buying less and are increasingly interested in experiences instead, Brendan Canavan from the University of Huddersfield says.
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    Commentary: Stop talking about the millennials already

    The label is overused, growing old, and creates tensions, says Financial Times' Gillian Tett.
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    Commentary: Young Singaporean business owners are more independent than their international peers

    Looking at young millennial business owners makes me optimistic about Singapore’s future, says one HSBC observer.
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    Commentary: Is charity becoming more about me? That’s not always a bad thing

    With the rise of platforms allowing people to donate time, money and effort whenever they want, is this creating a “me first” attitude towards ...