As Singapore starts to co-locate care centres for the elderly and children, CNA Insider visits a groundbreaking project in Germany that has gone even further – and made the old feel young and purposeful again.
The decision to decriminalise homosexuality was not only greeted with relief by the LGBT community, it also found resonance in Indian society. The programme Insight finds out why and what’s next for activists.
With trash piling up on the streets and recycling businesses losing money, the country was left scrambling for better solutions after China stopped buying its plastic waste, as Coming Clean About Green investigates.
That is the finding of the latest, and one of the largest, surveys on this topic, raising questions on whether the society is still based on equality and meritocracy. The documentary Regardless of Class examines the issues.
There’s more to this CBD landmark than its seedy reputation, gaudy discos and Thai restaurants – where a community of Singaporeans and Thai nationals thrive, and Instagrammers trespass to capture that perfect selfie.
Four million passenger trips are made daily on Singapore’s public buses. But what does it take to move so many people? On The Red Dot gains unprecedented access to the island’s biggest bus operator to find out.
From a knife with a safety guard to a chopping board with a side tray, the utensils Kevin Chiam has developed could be a help to the visually impaired – if he can resolve one problem.
Population growth, rapid development, widespread pollution and bureaucratic mismanagement are putting tremendous pressure on the country’s depleting water resources. The programme Insight looks at whether Day Zero is inevitable.
From clowns and youths to caregivers, the folks of Arnsberg – where 1 in 5 residents is over 65 – show what social inclusiveness can do in the face of a worrying trend. The first in a CNA Insider series on how an ageing Germany is leading the way in long-term care.
As a child, he learned painting from eminent artists like Choo Keng Kwang. After 40 years, Sim Kah Lim gets to see his idol again at his very own exhibition and sale of artworks.