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How Japanese club Albirex Niigata scored big in Singapore soccer

The satellite team has been a huge success in the Singapore Premier League, winning all 11 trophies on offer since 2016 and drawing bumper crowds. But what does its dominance say about the standard of local football?

28 May 2019 - 2:58PM

The satellite team has been a huge success in the Singapore Premier League, winning all 11 trophies on offer since 2016 and drawing bumper crowds. But what does its dominance say about the standard of local football?

How Japanese club Albirex Niigata scored big in Singapore soccer
Heading down south: Lee and Man Paper expands into Malaysia
Singapore’s university challenge: to value skills as much as degrees

The Lion City is doing its best to encourage its citizens that vocational training is as worthy as university study – but social stigmas remain, even for high-flyers.

24 Jun 2018 - 11:21AM

The Lion City is doing its best to encourage its citizens that vocational training is as worthy as university study – but social stigmas remain, even for high-flyers.

Singapore’s university challenge: to value skills as much as degrees
As historic summit nears, South Koreans living in Singapore dare to dream of peace
Singapore’s got a taste for Hong Kong cooking – and it’s coming back for more

Hong Kong eateries like Tim Ho Wan, Honolulu Café and Mak’s Noodles are using the Lion City as a launch pad into the rest of Southeast Asia. And their current popularity is just an appetiser of what’s to come.

20 May 2018 - 5:16PM

Hong Kong eateries like Tim Ho Wan, Honolulu Café and Mak’s Noodles are using the Lion City as a launch pad into the rest of Southeast Asia. And their current popularity is just an appetiser of what’s to come.

Singapore’s got a taste for Hong Kong cooking – and it’s coming back for more
The migrant workers falling into debt traps in Singapore’s casinos

With no alternative entertainment options in the Lion City, many are literally gambling their wages away.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

With no alternative entertainment options in the Lion City, many are literally gambling their wages away.

The migrant workers falling into debt traps in Singapore’s casinos