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Jun 30, 2019

Still revered today, Huangdi Neijing, an ancient Chinese medical treatise, explains how ‘outstanding medical practitioners treat diseases before they arise.’ Audrey Chan, a graduate of CUHK’s School of Chinese Medicine, aspires to a similar goal. Since 2016, Audrey Chan has been operating her own clinic of...

Jun 28, 2019

The way that you manage your business will have a massive impact on its overall success. Be a bad manager, and your workforce isn’t going to feel motivated to work for you. Show yourself to be a good manager, on the other hand, however, and you’ll be sure to see your business’s productivity levels soar through the...

May 29, 2019

Disney spends a lot of money on training their employees, including the street sweepers because they realize how crucial it is to have a functional team from bottom to the top. When you work in an organization, you are serving many purposes other than the roles you are hired to do. You need to be able to work in a...

May 11, 2019

“Papercraft has been by my side through many important moments in my life. I can even make a chronicle of life with papercraft works. It is always there for me, giving me the ingredients to survive and memories to cherish. It pushes me forward.”

Papercraft artist Johan Cheng has been in the field for more...

Mar 28, 2019

What really makes a happy nation? The report’s authors insist it's not just about money. Finland tops the happiness list despite not having the highest GDP of the Nordic countries.

The world is getting used to being told that Scandinavian countries are among the best places to live. The release of the 2019...

Mar 19, 2019

The Philippines is the only nation from the region to make the Global Gender Gap Index's top 10.

Despite a shrinking gender gap in many parts of the world, a lot of work still needs to be done to fully eradicate inequalities between the sexes.

Asian economies that recognize the contribution gender...

Mar 04, 2019

A physical checkup three years ago changed the life of Innolux honorary chairman Tuan Hsing-chien, who had just retired at the time. He was told he had lung cancer, and the diagnosis spurred him to take up the charge against air pollution in Taiwan.

Feb 26, 2019

The safety of your business is just as important as its growth. For this reason, as an entrepreneur or business owner, it’s your duty to keep yourself safe. You may be wondering how this is achievable, and the answer is to be meticulous and pay attention to the things that could negatively affect your business. It...

Feb 08, 2019

The Philippines are topping the global country ranking of Internet usage per day with an average ten hours and 2 minutes of screen time. The country was joined in the top five by Thailand and Indonesia, according to findings in a new report on online habits released by HootSuite and We Are Social.

Jan 06, 2019

Her project is called ‘Developing a Smart Infrared Based ROV to Identify Microplastics in Marine Environments’ – ROV stands for remotely operated vehicle. Inspired by a visit to the beach, where she was struck by the volume of plastic littering the sand, Du has developed an underwater vehicle fitted with an...

Oct 18, 2018

Singapore, 18 October 2018 --( ASIA TODAY )-- As part of Swire Properties’ SD 2030 vision, an initiative to reinforce the company’s commitment to sustainable development, The Upper House has partnered with
The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association (HKDSA) to provide vocational experiences for its members and to...

Oct 09, 2018

My Mentorship Experience

I have been often asked to share my mentorship experiences with Educational Institutions around the world. Especially during the past two years, I have had the good fortune to mentor several NUS (National University of Singapore) students (in Faculties such as Architect/Design, Law,...