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  1. Jack Neo I Not Stupid was the 2002 social commentary on the tough Singapore education system

    Commentary: Are we still missing the point of education?

    The official narrative surrounding education has been changing, but is this powerful enough to uproot entrenched views in society, asks Channel ...
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    Commentary: Many pathways to success, GEP is but one

    Why do so many parents strive to get their kids into the gifted programme? June Yong discusses the opportunities a gifted programme offers students.
  3. Prof Richie Poulton

    Commentary: Self-control in childhood, the best predictor of success in adulthood

    Director of the famed Dunedin Multi-disciplinary Health and Development Study Professor Richie Poulton says there is one crucial skill parents and ...
  4. File photo: Man in office at laptop

    Commentary: Insecure overachiever? You are perfect for the job

    High-flying worrywarts are the reason why top professional services companies are successful, says the Financial Times’ Andrew Hill.
  5. Lego characters portrayed as superhero characters

    Commentary: Lego's awesomeness and the bias towards studying success

    Lego's success has been overblown. There is always much to learn from its business difficulties, argues the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.
  6. Anil Murthy Valencia

    New Valencia president Anil Murthy optimistic of future success

    Speaking to Channel NewsAsia ahead of his official appointment in July, Murthy noted that it will not be easy to win back the support of the ...
  7. British singer Ed Sheeran performs at the MuchMusic Video Awards (MMVAs) in Toronto

    Ed Sheeran still thinking out loud, mostly about love

    The ginger-haired singer, who has admitted that he does not have a typical pop star physique, struggled in his early years. He busked in London ...
  8. (kc) Singapore Review 2016

    A year in which Singapore embraced a broader meaning of success?

    We learnt to celebrate our non-academic successes on the world stage, but now it’s time to reinvent ourselves for the changing job market too, say ...
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    Commentary: HK coach Chan Yuen-ting’s success highlights football’s gender divide

    The story of the 27-year-old's success of helping Eastern Sports Club win the Hong Kong Premier League is widely framed as a major step for women ...