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Singapore Airlines' new sonic signature is inspired by flowers
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This country is having a major tech boom - and wants to give you a job
It has attracted the likes of Facebook and Google. But with a local talent deficit, Singapore is looking abroad for skilled workers to fuel its tech boom.
'Dinosaurs' roam a new Jurassic Mile in Singapore
Over 20 models from nine different prehistoric species are installed along the kilometer-long path, including bright blue velociraptors climbing on a buggy, a baby dinosaur hatching from an egg, and a long-necked apatosaurus peering at passersby over the fence.
Roaring good time: 'Dinosaurs' roam cycling path in Singapore
Cyclists and pedestrians stop to pose with a giant rampaging Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Cutting carbon emissions and power costs in Southeast Asia
The world's demand for power has increased by 85% in the last 20 years, with production responsible for about 25% of greenhouse gas emissions. In Southeast Asia alone, energy consumption is expected to double by 2040.
Singapore's ruling party re-elected as opposition make minor gains
Singapore's long-governing People's Action Party comfortably won Friday's general elections as expected, but faced a setback as the opposition made minor gains.
Pupils wearing face masks return to school in Singapore
With new infections slowing and no major outbreaks outside dorms, the government began easing measures Tuesday
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On 4 March, do not vote by default for a candidate for political reasons. Vote for the continued survival of IP. And choose the best candidate who can enhance the organisation and best serve its member states.
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A British national diagnosed with the coronavirus after attending a conference in Singapore has raised concerns that he may be a "super spreader" of the illness - but what is that?