Tax levels, a country’s political system and the presence of trade union can make all the difference, says one political science observer.
Breastfeeding is good for mothers’ well-being, but those who struggle need support, not judgment or advice, says one child health expert.
More than 30 years since the Social Development Unit was formed, the Government’s matchmaking programmes might be in need of a review, says one observer.
As Singaporeans lead longer lives and face an age of disruption, we need a new work paradigm, say two observers.
Children not only lose their sibling, but also the parents they knew who disappear at least for a time into profound grief, says one observer.
Protect data in your USB-C powered devices by not plugging into public USB ports without protection, suggest one observer.
The Chinese government appears to have shown the right foresight, starting about ten years ago, in blocking access to Facebook and Google in the country, says one commentator.
A growing global city for decades, London’s rally may soon come to an end as growth slows down, says one observer from King’s College London.
In the aftermath of the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia crown prince Mohammed bin Salman finds himself in the hot seat, says one commentator.
Autonomous vehicle may paradoxically reduce driver alertness and distract them if the driver feels high level of trust in the automation, posing serious safety concerns, says two observers.