Seeing Stars

The Michelin Guide rolls into town bringing with it that delicious mix of choice restaurant cuts and heady gossip about who should have grabbed a star. By Kannan Chandran At...

Exit Strategy

As Brexit becomes a reality, will that signal to other blocs that nothing is cast in stone? By Rai Vikhnod It looks like getting along isn’t something we do too...

Can Pragmatists Read For Pleasure?

With the advent of mobile devices and the onset of rapid urbanisation, Singaporeans are losing out on the reading habit, though there wasn't really one to start off with....

When Winning Is Losing

There’s no such thing as a sure thing. Even when you’ve got your hands on the prize, you can find yourself unceremoniously booted out the door. By Kannan Chandran In...

The Rise of Society

The third instalment of The Coming Wars grapples with the constantly shifting and disruptive nature of societies in today’s world. What is acceptable today might be viewed differently by...

Popping Up At The Wrong Place

Pop-up stores are inevitable at a time when customers rae easily jaded and constantly on the look out for things that will surprise them. But shouldn't the pop-up suit...

Beyond Politics

WHEN it comes to pushing for entrepreneurship in Singapore, Inderjit Singh draws upon his experience to walk the talk. After a long spell in Texas Instruments, Singh embarked upon building...

3 Key Commitments Of The Dalai Lama

THE wisdom and peace-loving ways of the Dalai Lama have developed a strong following globally. His recent tour of the US brought him to Alabama, during Human Rights Week,...
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6 Dalai Lama Perspectives

DURING his visit to the US for the Interfaith Discussion, the Dalai Lama offered words of wisdom, as he is wont to. Listed below are some of the Dalai Lama’s...
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Keeping The Knives Sheathed

HOW do family businesses Keep It Going? How can they avoid the dreaded 4Ds that lurk, ready to pounce? Keeping It All In The Family...? brought onstage members of family...