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F1 full of promises this year but can it pack a crowd and is it worth our tax dollars?

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5 tips for planning a professional event people will remember

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Isolated Red IC holder Zakir Naik pits Muslims against Hindus?

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Beijing drafts regulations mandating smart locks for bike-rentals in the city

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Singapore is World’s Most Expensive City – and it is an accolade that we can do without!

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FAS and Furious blame game - For the time being, the FAS story is not about Game Changing. It is quagmired in a Blame Game, in soccer parlance, passing the ball around. And the game is being played rather curiously, with the unsaid and the almost unbelievable testing the thinking public’s patience and intelligence. Police investigations into Tiong Bahru FC’s alleged […]

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Linear Venture founding partner to moderate a fireside chat in Echelon Thailand 2017, to discuss technologies and business models employed by successful Chinese startups

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Singapore opposition nothing more than frail invertebrates: NYT

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Obesity among Malaysian children on the rise - Do you know that Malaysia has the dubious honour of being the most obese country in Asia, with an obesity rate of 45.3%? Yep, 2014 findings from the British medical journal, The Lancet showed that 49% of our women and 44% of our men were obese. These finding reflects a big problem, no pun intended, for our people. Because […]

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On the run Zakir in illicit political meddling in Malaysia? - With the recent video uploaded on Malaysiakini showing controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik clearly indulging in a political ‘debate’ with a rowdy crowd in Kuala Lumpur, it raises many questions. Certainly after the announcement – after an attempt to cover up his status in Malaysia – by the Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid […]
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