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  1. Why designer pens are the latest must-have accessory for the digital generation

    Why designer pens are finding favour among the digital generation

    A coveted status symbol in the 90s makes a comeback as millennials rediscover the tactile pleasure of putting a well-designed pen nib to paper.
  2. today big read ok boomer

    The Big Read: What ‘OK boomer’ reveals about the divide between Singapore millennials and their elders

    Interviews with millennials and boomers in Singapore found that intergenerational quarrel had already broken out here long before the meme found ...
  3. Regardless of Generation

    Commentary: Regardless of age, here’s how to make sense of Singapore’s generation divide

    A new generation is coming of age but what we have in common, as Singaporeans across the ages, should help us move beyond the discomfort we have ...
  4. Photo: Aik Chen

    Now live-streaming: Millennial duo brings their fish shop online

    Virtual wet markets seem to be trending and these thirty-somethings are on board, selling locally-caught seafood via Facebook to a captive audience.
  5. Generation Gap - Part 3: Savings
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    Generation Gap - Part 3: Savings

    Baby boomers will remember that saving used to mean taking the money that’s leftover after expenses and put it in a bank to earn interest. Then ...
  6. Generation Gap - Part 2: Spending Habits
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    Generation Gap - Part 2: Spending Habits

    Different generations have different attitudes towards spending. A recent survey showed that 60% of millennials are more inclined to spend freely ...
  7. Social media influencer and theatre actor Munah Bagharib. Photo: Aik Chen

    Netflix and chill, literally: Confessions of a TV and movies on-demand addict

    Streaming shows and movies via over-the-top (OTT) video and entertainment services is the way to go for these millennials. In partnership with ...
  8. hipster man

    Commentary: In defence of hipsters

    If we seriously believed that these trendsetters ruin things, we would not imitate them so consistently, says the Financial Times' Janan Ganesh.
  9. Indonesia’s presidential candidates turn to holograms to reach out to supporters | Video
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    Indonesia’s presidential candidates turn to holograms to reach out to supporters | Video

    Indonesia’s presidential candidates are turning to holograms to reach out to their supporters. Their main target is the country’s 80 million ...