You would think that with email and instant messaging, your job application will get at least a response but ghosting is a common experience these days, says HR expert Adrian Tan.
China’s new tax system increases the tax burden on SMEs and micro enterprises – entities the Chinese government sees China’s future productivity depending on, one observer says.
Technology, innovation and creative ideas can help farmers overcome perennial challenges like erratic weather changes and slow transportation, says one observer.
Their brand was just the right kind of medium heat, delivered with childlike enthusiasm and – for a while at least – very little competition, says one observer.
Despite vaccines’ effectiveness in the fight against illness, we are not taking full advantage of them, say Seth Berkley and Jeremy Farrar.
The gamification of behaviour over the long run may also promote a culture in which good deeds are valued for their attendant incentives and not for their inherent merit, says Yew Chiew Ping.
The United Kingdom sees engagement in Southeast Asia as a key part of its ‘Global Britain’ stance but can it commit to having a sustained presence?
US Vice-President Mike Pence would have done better to stay on message and focus on keeping the pressure on Myanmar to find a lasting solution to the Rohingya crisis instead, says Nehginpao Kipgen.
Forget about our analysis being read or our proposal approved if readers have to plow through a morass of jargon and gobbledygook, says former member of the Speak Good English Movement Judith d’Silva.
The centenary of the truce that ended World War I suggest a growing divide among world leaders, says one observer.