Why Are Beansprouts Getting More Expensive In Singapore?
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Why Are Beansprouts Getting More Expensive In Singapore?

Beansprouts are found in many of our hawker dishes – be it laksa, popiah, or…

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A Childcare Teacher Aide With Mild Intellectual Disability
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A Childcare Teacher Aide With Mild Intellectual Disability

When the childcare group under Presbyterian Community Services (PCS) decided to train Grace Orchard School…

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5 Things To Know About Singapore’s Parsis
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5 Things To Know About Singapore’s Parsis

Note: This is an updated version of a video published earlier. Parsis were originally from…

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A “New Malaysia”: Fact Or Fiction?
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A “New Malaysia”: Fact Or Fiction?

When Pakatan Harapan was elected to power in 2018, the new government led by Prime…

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Are Thinner Walls In Newer HDB Flats Why You Can Hear Your Neighbours?
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Are Thinner Walls In Newer HDB Flats Why You Can Hear Your Neighbours?

Noise is the number one reason behind disputes between neighbours in Singapore, according to the…

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Is Japan A Dying Country?
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Is Japan A Dying Country?

Note: This is an updated version of a video published earlier. The village of Nagoro,…

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5 Things To Know About Singapore’s Parsis
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5 Things To Know About Singapore’s Parsis

Parsis were originally from Persia, or modern-day Iran. When Muslims conquered that part of the…

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Goodbye To Cheap Fishballs?
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Goodbye To Cheap Fishballs?

The yellowtail redbelly fusilier (or ikan tauhu) is the key ingredient for making tasty fishballs.…

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Is Japan Rearming Bad For Asia?
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Is Japan Rearming Bad For Asia?

Japan has begun to remilitarise itself in ways never seen since the end of World…

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Can A Floating City Be Singapore’s Answer To Rising Sea Levels?
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Can A Floating City Be Singapore’s Answer To Rising Sea Levels?

Global warming and melting ice-caps are a threat to countries like Singapore – and floating…

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