To MC or not to MC?

The haze crisis has certainly dug up several issues and discussions, among which the blaming game and the government’s hesitance to issue a stop-work order. The last topic to get netizens riled up seems to be how MCs take a toll on companies. During the haze period, clinics reported giving out 5 to 10% more […]

I, Doctor

I, Doctor

Various news stories went unnoticed last week due to the overwhelming coverage of the horrifying Boston bombings. One such story was the on-going legal battle over US patients dying after undergoing robot-assisted surgery. The procedure, which is usually done without major complications, seems to raise some interesting questions: who is responsible for a machine’s erroneous […]

Thanking the unsung heroes of Singapore

Pictures of Singapore’s unsung heroes have been showing on Facebook. It’s basically a project to compile the faces of all the people who help make Singapore awesome. That’s why it has quickly received many positive comments from people who think it’s about time those that give Singapore its true soul are recognised! It’s true: next […]

Innovation can reduce inequalities in Singapore

Singapore society is going through many changes, like growing income gap and the deepening inequalities which many Singaporeans see as getting worse and worse. What’s more sian is when international headlines show the rich in Singapore spending  money while local papers show how the poor and middle people cannot make it. Exhibit A: Singapore, playground for […]