This post was contributed by Elma Humpries How many of you agree that flowers have a unique power? I have always been a huge lover of flowers because their ability to make everyone smile. The only struggle was the trip to my local florist. Over the past couple of years I was trying to find…
Today, we have the huge privilege of catching up with Iris Koh, an accomplished pianist, music director, choral conductor, vocal coach and composer. Iris has worked extensively with the local and international schools in Singapore with experiences in choral, classroom, piano and voice methodologies. In this feature, Iris shares with us about what she has been…
Whatever is happening to Singapore’s future? Have you guys read the following news that is circulating on social media? The following quote summarizes the gist of the long press release titled “What Has Happened To Lee Kuan Yew’s Values?” QUOTE: “Lee Kuan Yew served as Singapore’s prime minister from 1959 to 1990. Lee Hsien Loong is…
“The world is a diverse place. Nobody has a monopoly of virtue or wisdom.” –PM Lee Hsien Loong, snippet from BBC’s HardTalk interview shared by Channel Newsasia today.
Recently, the report by the Committee of Future Economy has raised considerable interest and concern in Singapore. Against this backdrop, we have the huge privilege of having 5 minutes with Mr. Patrick Tay, the assistant secretary-general of NTUC today. He will share with us some of his thoughts about preparing Team Singapore for the future workforce.
Singapore’s really very blessed to have him. 🙂
I just heard about him because I’d been living under a rock. But–WOW.
Today we have the huge privilege of interviewing Dr. Patrick Liew– or Uncle Liew as I like to call him. Enjoy the interview! ~
Singapore was recently ranked 153 in a World Press Freedom Index. If you are an influential and sometimes provocative blogger, here’s how not to get sued!
Have you ever wondered why the leader of “The Little Red Dot” is so respected in and outside of Singapore?