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A premier university in Asia, the Singapore Management University (SMU) is internationally recognised for its world class research and distinguished teaching. With an emphasis on generating rigorous, high impact cross-disciplinary research that addresses Asian issues of global relevance, SMU’s faculty from its six schools – School of Accountancy, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, School of Economics, School of Information Systems, School of Law and School of Social Sciences – collaborate cl ...
 
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On The Record started as 938LIVE’s flagship one-on-one personality-based interview show hosted by Bharati Jagdish. Now running more than 60 episodes, it is a hard-hitting and thought-provoking weekly interview with thought leaders across Singapore, on issues ranging from politics, the arts, business, the economy to social causes.
 
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The Pulse is Channel NewsAsia’s weekly podcast that takes on anything, from politics to entertainment. Hosted by Bharati Jagdish, the show brings together personalities with a view in a funny, irreverent and insightful chat that takes the pulse of the country on issues that matter.
 
"Conversation With" is Channel NewsAsia's flagship one-on-one interview programme that has run for over 18 years. The primetime interview show focuses on one distinguished personality in each episode. Recent guests include former US President Barack Obama, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi.
 
This is what the world looks like from Singapore. These are the news headlines from the city-state and around the globe.
 
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Teo You Yenn on what the people she studied have taught her and why universal welfare need not be seen as a "slippery slope".
 
Wealth taxes and bolder changes to the education system - we talk about what's needed to narrow the wealth and income gap.
 
Former Minister, Yaacob Ibrahim on the challenges of politics and gaining the public’s trust.
 
MP and Mayor of Central Singapore, Denise Phua discusses scrapping the PSLE and other issues in response to the President's call for bold changes.
 
Racism, ignorance and the cost of living: Glen Goei goes On the Record about what ails the arts in Singapore.
 
Uber might be exiting but several other ride-hailing apps are entering the market. Can they last? How much do consumers stand to benefit?
 
Architect and historian, Lai Chee Kien on Singapore's biggest heritage losses. How can heritage be conserved without compromising on development?
 
World Cup subscribers here won't have to pay more this year, but broadcasters must come up with more creative pricing models in future.
 
Lai Chang Wen, CEO of logistics company, Ninja Van on handling customer complaints, business expansion, and the obstacles to entrepreneurship.
 
Is public shaming on social media really aimed at exacting social justice or is it just borne out of an instinct to shame? We discuss recent examples.
 
Provost of Nanyang Technological University, Professor Ling San on why it took time for Singapore's education system to transform and whether you should bother getting a university degree today.
 
Inward-facing cameras might protect cab drivers from abuse and fare cheats, but how to assure passengers that their privacy won't be breached?
 
Singapore's "King of Swing" explains how the music industry has changed (09:57) and why he would discourage people from becoming a professional musician today.
 
Co-founder of migrant worker charity, HealthServe, Dr Goh Wei Leong on why Singaporeans need to make sacrifices if they truly care about workers' welfare.
 
Today's headlines include: Trade war fears spiked again after Trump tripled down on China tariff threats in retaliation for China's retaliation; Singapore's environmental regulators are offering payments to take old motorcycles off the roads; Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak will dissolve parliament on Saturday, paving the way for election ...…
 
Will a Grab-Uber merger be bad for passengers and drivers? Are our fears unfounded?
 
Today's top headlines include: A Scoot flight had to be escorted back to Singapore after a passenger allegedly made a bomb threat; markets globally posted a quick rebound after the U.S. and China made reassuring comments on trade; Malaysian authorities may have hamstrung the opposition party of former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and the Phi ...…
 
Today's top headlines: The Trump administration told China to bring it on trade and China did, launching a retaliation; Asian markets tumbled and futures indicated Wall Street would too; Singapore's police warned about a surge in kidnapping scams; The Ministry of Health wants to update the standards for practitioners of traditional Chinese medi ...…
 
Today's headlines include: Markets in Asia were mostly lower in the wake of a selloff on Wall Street on Monday after U.S. President Trump attacked Amazon; two Singaporeans who were caught listing condos on Airbnb pleaded guilty; a woman who allegedly was housing foreign workers in overcrowded conditions faces charges; Malaysia accepted a boat o ...…
 
Today's top headlines: Global trade tensions rose as China took a turn at the bat with plans to impose tariffs on imports from the United States; Asian markets were mixed in post-holiday trade; futures suggested Wall Street would open lower; tech stocks may remain under pressure; Singapore's government issued a report on the potential fate of L ...…
 
Conversation With asks European Union Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom if the EU is headed for a trade war with the US.
 
Chairman of Changi Airport Group, Liew Mun Leong on his business philosophy and impending higher charges on passengers to fund airport expansion.
 
The top headlines today: Asian markets recovered some of their recent losses in pre-holiday trading; French car maker Renault is reportedly in talks to merge with Japanese car maker Nissan; Sembcorp Industries CEO and top executives have taken a paycut; Singapore's immigration authorities arrested a woman trying to smuggle drugs in her underwea ...…
 
The S.League has been re-named the Singapore Premier League. Will this and the other announced changes help Singapore football or hurt it further?
 
Today's top headlines: Asian markets traded sharply lower as fears that the Trump administration would pursue a trade war returned; Rail operator SMRT said its reliability improved, glitches aside; There may be a new kid on the block in Singapore's ride-hailing scene; Chinese and North Korean media have reported that North Korean leader Kim Jon ...…
 
The top headlines today are: Grab's plan to take over Uber's Southeast Asian operations is sparking confusion in Singapore; markets rallied globally as the Trump administration retreats from trade threats, Facebook is no longer the top sources of fake news for Singaporeans; Singaporean authorities are cracking down on dodgy motorcycles; North K ...…
 
Uber agreed to sell its Southeast Asian assets to rival Grab, stock markets may turn around amid signs the Trump administration is retreating from its hard-line trade stance, Singapore teachers will no longer get a free ride, police catch a fugitive who had alluded them for almost 40 years, Malaysia's parliament considers a fake news law and in ...…
 
The International Air Transport Association's Director General and CEO, Alexandre de Juniac explains why efforts to work with governments to assess no-fly conflict zones are "a failure".
 
Prominent criminal lawyer Josephus Tan, also known as Singapore's "gangster lawyer" on his latest crisis and what became of his political aspirations.
 
Are employers still biased against polytechnic graduates or those from private institutes? Are our definitions of a good education too narrow?
 
In a speech at the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, the short-tenured former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus denied there's chaos in the Trump administration. He also said there isn't really a Twitter problem, and added that Trump's protectionist measures likely won't be watered down ...…
 
This is what speakers from the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference had to say on Monday, March 19th, 2018, about the fears of a trade war potentially emerging from the U.S.Former Reserve Bank of India chief Raghuram Rajan said Trump's measures were the "antithesis" of a market economy. James Sweeney, Credit Suisse's chief economist, noted ...…
 
Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono explains why the world shouldn't be bought over by North Korea's charm offensive.
 
Writer and activist, Marina Mahathir on her father's return to politics, the very human fallout from politics and the struggles of activism.
 
These are the major headlines from Singapore on Friday, 16 March, 2018: The iconic Sim Lim Square may put itself on the block; Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is in Australia; Legendary Hong Kong business titan Li Ka-Shing is retiring shortly before his 90th birthday; An investment bank said Trump's tariffs will hurt US automakers and could even ...…
 
An educator says he would defend the Social Studies guidebook that recently caused an online furore as provocation can be educational.
 
Today's headlines include: Singapore's employment picture is perking up and the country is exercising some flower power. Property sales plunged in February, but one condo is put itself on the block with a record price tag. In addition, it may be time to ask what's in your bottled water. And British Prime Minister May expelled 23 Russian diploma ...…
 
Professor Melvyn TeoBy corporatemarketing@smu.edu.sg (Singapore Management University).
 
The Public Cleanliness Satisfaction Survey was led by Professor Paulin Tay Straughan, Dean of Students and Professor of Sociology at the Singapore Management University to measure and track the level of public satisfaction with the state of public cleanliness in Singapore. In addition to the development of a Public Cleanliness Satisfaction Inde ...…
 
Crowdfunding, a disruptive force in the traditional finance sector, is changing how entrepreneurs finance their creative endeavours and bring products to market. It has allowed thousands of innovating entrepreneurs to raise money, build brand awareness, and join a broader conversation with large numbers of potential backers, all while still in ...…
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Wednesday, March 14, 2018
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Tuesday, 13 March, 2018.
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Monday, 12 March 2018.
 
Are terrorist sympathizers' brains fundamentally different from ours? Are more people radicalized by the internet, their family or friends ? Terrorism researcher and fellow at Artis International Nafees Hamid explains the psychology behind radicalization.
 
Former national swimmer, Joscelin Yeo on the darkest moments of her career, why she doesn't miss competitive swimming and the lessons she's learnt.
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Friday, March 9, 2018
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Thursday, March 8, 2018
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Wednesday, 7 March, 2018
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on Tuesday, March 6, 2018
 
This is how the world looks from Singapore on 5 March 2018
 
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