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SUPPER CLUB | EUGENE TAY

Eugene Tay: We need to get people more involved in going green

Environmentalist Eugene Tay, 37, talks about why he gives a “B” grade to the Sustainable Singapore Blueprint 2015 in the Supper Club interview.

Rethink house price policies

Policymakers need to consider the relationship between home ownership and asset appreciation.  

SUPPER CLUB | SAJJAD ASHRAF

Sajjad Ashraf: You win hearts and minds with soft power

In Part 2 of the Supper Club interview, Dr Sajjad Ashraf, who served as Pakistani High Commissioner to Singapore from 2004 to 2008, tells Walter Sim about the importance of soft power in diplomacy.

SUPPER CLUB | SAJJAD ASHRAF

Sajjad Ashraf: Draw more youth into the Singapore story

Former Pakistani High Commissioner to Singapore Sajjad Ashraf, 66, tells Walter Sim why he describes Singapore as “manicured” and “choreographed” in a new Institute of Policy Studies book, Little Red Dot:...

To Singapore with love and diplomacy

Ahead of Singapore's golden jubilee next year comes a new book launched last month comprising 61 essays by former ambassadors and high commissioners to the Republic.

News and Features

Nov 17, 2014 10:22 AM

Singaporeans invited to submit stories about special places for new SG Heart Map initiative

SINGAPORE - Mention Clifford Pier and the neighbouring Singapore River, hotels and skyscrapers would come to mind for many.

Nov 17, 2014 09:09 AM

SG50: My Singapore town

The National Heritage Board (NHB) is documenting the history of ten towns, including Chai Chee, Pasir Ris and Bishan. The project for Singapore's golden jubilee in 2015, aims to collect photos, oral histories and stories from residents.

Nov 15, 2014 06:24 AM

To Singapore with love and diplomacy

Ahead of Singapore's golden jubilee next year comes a new book launched last month comprising 61 essays by former ambassadors and high commissioners to the Republic.

Nov 13, 2014 08:37 AM

The next 50 years of Singapore's economy: Speech by Ho Kwon Ping

Ho Kwon Ping, the first Institute of Policy Studies S R Nathan Fellow for the Study of Singapore, delivered his second lecture last night. He discussed how the city state's economic strategy, based on the three Ls of location, land and labour, needs to change. Here is an excerpt from his speech...

Nov 13, 2014 08:33 AM

Inclusive culture 'vital for attracting innovation': Ho Kwon Ping

A culture that is inclusive and embraces diversity could stand a better chance of attracting innovative companies to Singapore than tax incentives might, businessman Ho Kwon Ping said yesterday.

Supperclub

Eugene Tay: We need to get people more involved in going green

Environmentalist Eugene Tay, 37, talks about why he gives a “B” grade to the Sustainable Singapore Blueprint 2015 in the Supper Club interview.

Sajjad Ashraf: You win hearts and minds with soft power

In Part 2 of the Supper Club interview, Dr Sajjad Ashraf, who served as Pakistani High Commissioner to Singapore from 2004 to 2008, tells Walter Sim about the importance of soft power in diplomacy.

 

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