Cashing In On The Cashless Society

THE ongoing pandemic has forcibly shoved the world into the digital era as lockdowns and restrictions slow the global economy considerably. As physical distancing and lack of travel meant some...

Why A Minimum Wage Policy Should Only Minimally Raise Costs

TO understand whether a government policy is indeed beneficial, we must weigh its pros and cons, and these must be further supported by data and not based on ‘I...
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Are You Ready To Work For Yourself?

FOR Helen Ong, it just happened. Debra Teng wanted it. Tama Goh had no doubts about it. Juria Banding stumbled into it. The four panellists in this WED WEB CHAT...

Wash Or Wipe? Let’s Get To The Bottom Of It

OVER Sunday brunch with a friend whose system is irritated by spicy food, the talk gravitated, as it must, towards the use of a bidet instead of toilet paper. Must...
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Why Start A Business During A Pandemic?

THE general reaction to uncertainty hanging heavy in the air would be to ring-fence one's resources and wait for the coast to clear. That would be the knee-jerk reaction by...
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The Door Is Open, But You’ll Need An Invitation

THE importance of having community spirit was perhaps strongly felt during the various COVID-19 lockdowns that kept us away from meeting people. The sudden deprivation of rights meant we had...
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Online Shopping Is Here To Stay

ONE positive take away from the pandemic (other than the unwelcome ART results), is the big push into the digital domain that resulted from it. Overnight, meetings went virtual, schooling...
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Master Strokes Of Tan Swie Hian

FROM a bad student to a record-breaking artist, Tan Swie Hian has let nothing fetter his imagination. From poems to philosophy, sculpture to art, this gifted septuagenarian still burns...
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Waiting For The Wave

With a new CEO driving the business, Millennium & Copthorne is optimistic about its continued journey, but it depends on when the tide comes in. By Kannan Chandran. Photography by...

Smoother Operations With ERP

SOME 60% of the world’s population live in Asia. Yet, when it comes to embracing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), less than 7% of its implementations are in developing countries in...