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Building To Last

SHOULD Nathan Yong get his way, the first piece of furniture you buy from him will be the last you’ll ever need. Walking into designer Nathan Yong’s store, Grafunkt at Park...

Scenes From A Lively Session – KIG 2013

Featuring a video collection of lively soundbites from STORM magazine's inaugural Keep It Going session at ONE°15 Marin on July 18, 2013. The first of a series of ongoing activities...
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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...

Sound Bites from Keep It Going

"WHEN I was developing this marina, there was a height of around 3m before you reached the boardwalk. Today, seven years, the water has risen. The gangway before had...
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A Vulnerable Future

HIS journey from runaway to President is well documented. Many parts of S.R. Nathan's journey are echoed in the lives of Singapore's pioneering generation. But some five decades on,...

The Future I See…

  At the inaugural Keep It Going event organized by STORM magazine, the emphasis was on sustainability. But the discussions were wide and varied, which reflected the theme of bringing sustainability...
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Walking Away From The Biggest Deal — Stephen Riady

AFTER a gruelling two-month duel with his Thai adversary, Dr Stephen Riady walked away from the contest for F&N without the trophy, but richer for the experience. He had the audacity...

Cycles Of Torture — Tour de France

THE ANNUAL Tour de France grips Europe and a watching world as the drama on wheels pits pumped up cyclists against each other, their inner demons and the elements. I felt...

The Cheating Cycles

THE TEMPTATION is great. The risks are remote. Would you cheat if you knew you could get away with it? Many do, thinking they’ve done no wrong. We are all...

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