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Success in Singapore is set to change

Singapore’s model for education has been successful for some time. The most academically successful students would be sorted into the most elite universities according to their PSLE, O level and A level grades. However, the Singapore government have now realised that this method is no longer producing…


Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong decided to focus on China even he was meeting with in US President Donald Trump in Washington on Monday. The Washington visit was for Lee to strengthen Singapore’s political and economic relationships with the US however he focused on China’s position in the…


Itsuo Sekigawa’s son Satoshi started working for a distinguished manufacturer but sadly a year later, he took his own life in 2010. The investigation team believe that extreme working hours are the cause for Satoshi’s suicide. According to sources, it was considered to be an early day if Satoshi went…


USA : home to the world’s billionaires

The USA is claimed to be the home of the most billionaires in the world at a grand total of 563 billionaires according the new report by the Switzerland-based bank UBS. The 563 US billionaires now control a total of USD $2.8 trillion which makes it the world’s largest concentration of billionaire wealth. The…


According to a recent index, Iceland and Norway have been measured as the safest countries for women. The index considers an accumulation of international gains and failures. The index also showed that Syria and Afghanistan are the most dangerous countries for women. The Georgetown Institute for Women,…


Singapore: Loopholes in gig economy

According to the consultancy firm Deacons, there are considerable loopholes in Singapore’s gig economy. Deacons believe that the loopholes are evident within employment regulation in the gig economy. Freelancers for gig companies such as Airbnb are unfortunately not protected by any employment policies.…


Brexit: Lack of time for Banks

Banks in Europe and United Kingdom have no time to be prepared for the exit of Britain from the European Union. European Central Bank’s supervisor mentioned that there only little time left. Banks in Great Britain will lose their access to European Market as soon as United Kingdom becomes a third party…


On the 4th of September, China order ICOs to cease. More than 15 exchanges announced they will closed by the end of the month, thus bitcoins are purchased and being sold through messenger, peer to peer marketplaces or by traders with each other with the price of Bitcoin in China now trading at a discount…



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