After the release of her film Pop Aye in Singapore last month, director Kirsten Tan talks the city-state’s ‘new wave’ of cinema and finding inspiration
For 30 years, the Necessary Stage has been holding a mirror to the city-state’s complex society, often drawing the government’s watchful eye
As one of four managing directors at Tryb Capital, a tech-focused investment company, Markus Gnirck explains the importance of true innovation and talks about emerging trends
By criminalising insult, Singapore’s government says it is avoiding religious discord and hurt feelings. But the protection is selective and, some say, dangerous
Our guide to one of the city-state’s most vibrant neighbourhoods
With industry adopting new technology at a dizzying rate, the idea that humans are being rendered obsolete has taken root. But as high-tech becomes the norm, experts say a company’s workplace culture and human resources will make it stand out
Ahead of her presentation at the upcoming CXO Leaders Summit in Singapore this Thursday, Southeast Asia Globe caught up with Anna Gong, the winner of the Singapore Women Entrepreneur Award 2017 and CEO of Perx, a mobile customer loyalty company backed by Golden Gate Ventures and the co-founder of Facebook Eduardo Saverin, to discuss artificial
While Singapore was ranked 12th best location for startups, the city-state managed to knock tech haven Silicon Valley out of the top spot for global startup talent
With 1,261 rooms set over 73 floors, Swissotel The Stamford is a true giant of Singapore’s hospitality industry. From Michelin-starred dining options to rooms with sweeping views of the city-state, the hotel delivers classic luxury in the heart of the business district
With vacancy rates for Singapore’s glamorous shopping malls at an all-time high, is the city-state losing its lustre as the region’s shopping hub?
Singaporean author Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan on her Singlish debut novel Sarong Party Girls and the women who hunt for white husbands in Singapore
Soaring demand for after-school tuition has spawned the rise of millionaire ‘super tutors’ in Singapore. But what is driving the growth of the industry, and is it negatively impacting social mobility?