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  • 3 Things You Didn’t Know That Were Crowdfunded In Singapore
    3 Things You Didn’t Know That Were Crowdfunded In Singapore

    It is no secret that the crowdfunding industry is relatively new to the Southeast Asian region but even with that, there are already a good number of projects crowdfunded in Singapore that you might not know about. The region has been relying on Singapore as the beacon of the social funding industry and they have been offering success stories to help inspire the region. A lot of countries in the region has been trying to seriously look at crowdfunding as a viable source to inject some much needed funding in multiple industries especially start-up companies.

  • GE2015: The top 10 battles to watch after Nomination Day
    GE2015: The top 10 battles to watch after Nomination Day

    It is election season in Singapore. GE2015 is finally here and it is the most keenly contested election since 1965, with 181 candidates from 9 political parties and 2 independents going for all 89 seats in Parliament. No more walkovers and “instant MPs” whom we didn’t vote for! There will a total of 13 Single-Member

  • 3 Little-Known Facts About American Authors
    3 Little-Known Facts About American Authors

    The American Writers Festival (AWF) is here for its fifth edition from 14 to 18 September 2015 at Yale-NUS College and the Singapore Management University. You will be treated to readings and panel discussion featuring authors like Adam Johnson, Tina Chang, Rajiv Joseph, Michael Meyer and Nisid Hajari. The festival will focus on American writers and their relationship to Asia right here in Singapore, the literary capital of the region.