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Kids learning well the 5-Step wayHe may have hailed from Russia but Dr Alexander Kuznetsov’s commitment to bringing out the best in children is a universal maxim that appeals to…
23 Dec 2022
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Kids learning well the 5-Step way

He may have hailed from Russia but Dr Alexander Kuznetsov’s commitment to bringing out the best in children is a universal maxim that appeals to the hearts of parents in…

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Growing Home: A look into the future of Our SG Arts Plan (2023-2027)

An ‘odd’ otter, digital art generator, and a special edition watch strap. These were just some of the over 80 artworks on display at The National Arts Council’s (NAC) public roadshow, Growing Home: A showcase about The Arts Plan and You.  Held at The Arts House from 6 to 15 January 2023, the roadshow seeks…
12 Jan 2023 3 mins read

Tan Kah Kee Foundation turns 40, announces S$60,000 scholarship for ITE graduates

As guests and members of the Tan Kah Kee Foundation gathered to celebrate the ideals of Mr Tan Kah Kee during its 40th anniversary dinner on 8 January, the foundation announced the launch of a new scholarship to support further education for Institute of Technical Education (ITE) graduates. Ten scholarships worth S$6,000 each will be…
12 Jan 2023 2 mins read

SportSG completes takeover of Sports Hub. The next challenge? Building it once more.

Ninth December 2022 marked a new chapter in the history of the Sports Hub with a flurry of activities and celebration as the new entity, Kallang Alive Sport Management (KASM), took over the fabled grounds and the responsibility of unlocking its full potential. “We are very happy today, that we can celebrate a new chapter…
4 Jan 2023 4 mins read

Kids learning well the 5-Step way

He may have hailed from Russia but Dr Alexander Kuznetsov’s commitment to bringing out the best in children is a universal maxim that appeals to the hearts of parents in Singapore. “So many schools see themselves as performing a function of ‘education’, which includes indoctrination of various sorts, all with noble intentions, I trust, but…
23 Dec 2022 5 mins read

Jurong Bird Park: 52 years of sights and flights to remember

A bird park, a conservation centre, a tourist attraction, and a field trip, in many ways Jurong Bird Park is all these things and so much more to different people. First opened in 1971, Jurong Bird Park will be pulling down its shutters on 3 Jan 2023 after 52 years in operation. It will be…
23 Oct 2022 7 mins read

Top civil servant Sim Kee Boon sacrificed family for country, book says

Former top civil servant Sim Kee Boon was not immortal, says his granddaughter Leanne Sim. In fact, he was as human as could be with all the flaws that came with being a man. And writing his biography took two geneses and eight years before it was completed. Ms Sim, who co-wrote her grandfather’s book,…
21 Oct 2022 5 mins read

A law to “cancel” the cancel culture

A law to deal with cancel culture is in the pipeline, Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam announced on 22 Aug. “In the feedback we have received, many are worried about being cancelled, and I take that very seriously. My Ministry, the Ministry of Law, has been looking at measures to deal with the…
19 Oct 2022 5 mins read

9 in 10 say lifestyle impact environment, only 2 in 5 cut food waste, survey shows

More than 9 in 10 in Singapore believe that lifestyle choices have “some” or “a huge” impact on the environment, a joint survey found.  And though the top actions that respondents think have the biggest impact on helping the environment are reusing and upcycling, reducing food waste and cutting down one-time use disposables, only half…
18 Oct 2022 2 mins read

Sexist ads: Who even approves them?

A sexist ad, posted by dating website Match.com was recently banned by the British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) earlier this month – four months after it was posted on popular video-sharing app TikTok in June.  ASA is an independent regulator that enforces the country’s ad rules. The clip showed a subservient woman giving a man…
15 Oct 2022 3 mins read

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