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50 Years of Asean: How five ministers from South-East Asia forged the region's most important group
Special Report on how in 1967, those ministers spent a few days together at the secluded Thai beach resort of Bang Saen, and diplomacy played out on the golf course and friendships were forged over dinner, drinks and laughter
August 7, 2017
Singapore’s street food culture under threat
Known for being clean, affordable and offering an endless choice of gastronomic delights, hawker fare is an integral part of Singapore’s food and cultural heritage - but key challenges such as rising costs and succession problems loom, threatening the future of the nation's much-loved hawker food.
June 20, 2017
The world’s best health care? How Singapore’s hybrid model is the envy of other countries
As governments across the world struggle to keep health care affordable in the face of runaway costs and ageing populations, Singapore, which is ranked as one of the best, offers some lessons worth considering.
January 23, 2017
South-East Asia: The next front line against ISIL?
Since ISIL's first video featuring South-East Asian children in military camps was released in March last year, the group has produced a flurry of propaganda that have either been delivered in Bahasa Indonesia, or with subtitles in the language.
December 19, 2016
Why Singapore comes top of the class in education
Touted as a 'poster child' for education development, Singapore has long topped international education charts. While the government is now trying to blunt the national obsession with grades, parents and educators alike are not sure it will go away so easily.
September 7, 2016