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My Superhero

By BERNARD LEE Everyone has a superhero in their lives. Let me share mine, his powers and how he put them to use. Born nearly eight decades ago in a city close to a bustling port. The eldest of four siblings in a family that came from a relatively middle-lower income group

09-02-2021

6 min Article

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8 Activities to Encourage Your Child To Read More

By ERICA SUNARJO Many parents believe that it’s their responsibility to make their children read. Nevertheless, children are surrounded by books and reading in kindergarten, school, extracurricular activities, clubs, and more. However, there is an aspect of these environments that is rarely talked about: many of these activities build up a negative attitude towards reading.

11-11-2020

4 min Article

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The 100 Most Powerful Women in the World Analysed

An analysis of the entire length and breadth of Forbes’ 2017 list the World’s 100 Most Powerful Woman. We all expected our mothers would be number 1, but we can respect the author’s choices.

09-08-2020

4 min Article

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What this Pandemic Teaches Us about Business and Society

By GREGG VANOUREK As an insidious virus spreads around the world, we are wise to stop and ask: what can it teach us? Much, I think. One question I am drawn to lately is this: what does the pandemic teach us about the role of business in society?

06-08-2020

6 min Article

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Mandarin Literacy For the 21st Century Workforce

Mandarin Language Centre owner Luisa Lim shares the importance of Mandarin literacy to the carer advancement of the modern employee.

15-07-2020

5 min Article

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Why Leaders Need to Be Teachers

All Teachers Are Leaders but Not All Leaders Are Teachers with Alvin Teoh Leaders are often described as visionaries, inspirational, and courageous. While those are important qualities for leaders to possess, another quality tends to be overlooked. The ability to transfer knowledge as a leader not only benefits the learner, but the teacher as well. […]

07-07-2020

1 min Article

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Could You Break Up With Your Business?

By WILLEM GOUS Many business owners were forced to sit back and reflect on their companies during the global pandemic that saw lockdowns in effect around the world. I am sure many have come to the conclusion that their business is simply not working and must make the awful choice of closing down a business.

06-07-2020

5 min Article

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Why Great Dads Start With Why

Just as there are good and bad leaders out there, there are good and bad dads. My challenge to you is to aim for something better than good. Aim to be a great dad. And the great ones always start with. Jump into this resonating article to enlighten yourself with marvellous notes on what makes a great Dad.

21-06-2020

4 min Article

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My Superhero

By BERNARD LEE Everyone has a superhero in their lives. Let me share mine, his powers and how he put them to use. Born nearly eight decades ago in a city close to a bustling port. The eldest of four siblings in a family that came from a relatively middle-lower income group

09-02-2021

6 min Article

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8 Activities to Encourage Your Child To Read More

By ERICA SUNARJO Many parents believe that it’s their responsibility to make their children read. Nevertheless, children are surrounded by books and reading in kindergarten, school, extracurricular activities, clubs, and more. However, there is an aspect of these environments that is rarely talked about: many of these activities build up a negative attitude towards reading.

11-11-2020

4 min Article

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The 100 Most Powerful Women in the World Analysed

An analysis of the entire length and breadth of Forbes’ 2017 list the World’s 100 Most Powerful Woman. We all expected our mothers would be number 1, but we can respect the author’s choices.

09-08-2020

4 min Article

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What this Pandemic Teaches Us about Business and Society

By GREGG VANOUREK As an insidious virus spreads around the world, we are wise to stop and ask: what can it teach us? Much, I think. One question I am drawn to lately is this: what does the pandemic teach us about the role of business in society?

06-08-2020

6 min Article

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Mandarin Literacy For the 21st Century Workforce

Mandarin Language Centre owner Luisa Lim shares the importance of Mandarin literacy to the carer advancement of the modern employee.

15-07-2020

5 min Article

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Why Leaders Need to Be Teachers

All Teachers Are Leaders but Not All Leaders Are Teachers with Alvin Teoh Leaders are often described as visionaries, inspirational, and courageous. While those are important qualities for leaders to possess, another quality tends to be overlooked. The ability to transfer knowledge as a leader not only benefits the learner, but the teacher as well. […]

07-07-2020

1 min Article

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Could You Break Up With Your Business?

By WILLEM GOUS Many business owners were forced to sit back and reflect on their companies during the global pandemic that saw lockdowns in effect around the world. I am sure many have come to the conclusion that their business is simply not working and must make the awful choice of closing down a business.

06-07-2020

5 min Article

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Why Great Dads Start With Why

Just as there are good and bad leaders out there, there are good and bad dads. My challenge to you is to aim for something better than good. Aim to be a great dad. And the great ones always start with. Jump into this resonating article to enlighten yourself with marvellous notes on what makes a great Dad.

21-06-2020

4 min Article

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