Tengah public
[search 0]
More
Download the App!
show episodes
 
Join entrepreneur, educator, and proud Indonesian, Gita Wirjawan in exploring the ways forward for our society through stories and experiences by thought leaders, trailblazers, and opinion-makers from Indonesia and the region.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
Sunoboo.fm adalah podcast dua mingguan yang membahas media and internet culture yang dibawakan oleh Rizki, Ares, Jonic, Ical dan teman-temannya yang kadang nongol.
  continue reading
 
This is a series of podcasts brought by Kawah Buku, an independent bookstore based at Bandar Baru Bangi, Malaysia. Borrowing the symbol and meaning represented by teh tarik, we would like to invite the public to listen to our special program of Teh Tarik Podcast which will feature an informal style of discussion, interview and chit-chatting on various topics and current issues as well as selected book reviews with our invited guest.
  continue reading
 
Sepasang laki-laki & perempuan gembrot yang bercita-cita kurus tapi hobinya makan. Will tell you about our stories. And u can share yours too! Enjoy :) Cover art photo provided by Kiwihug on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@kiwihug
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Having garnered headlines for their social media post about an “in-principle approval by FAS” to become the 10th team in the 2024 Singapore Premier League season, Tengah FC have come under scrutiny regarding their eligibility. So who are they? And how close are they to securing a spot in the domestic league? Deepanraj Ganesen, sports reporter with …
  continue reading
 
Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s 27.7% buy-in at ­Manchester United has been officially completed. So with Ratcliffe and co. gaining control of the club's football policy, what will the future look like? We convened the in-house council of red devils to discuss! Got a story to tell? Get in touch with us! edanker@sph.com.sg | raushan@sph.com.sg See omnystudio.co…
  continue reading
 
If you’re a clubber born in the 90’s, the old Zouk at Jiak Kim might set off a wave of nostalgia for you. In 2024, Jiak Kim House, a new restaurant serving modern Asian food sits on the very same site where Singapore’s most storied club stood for 25 years. The restaurant is the brainchild of The Brewerkz Group, which is also behind F&B concepts lik…
  continue reading
 
Across Singapore, banks faced several cases of disruptions in 2023. Singaporeans suffered the brunt of these downtimes as both ATMs and mobile paying apps went offline. Similarly, the websites of major public hospitals and healthcare clusters in Singapore could not be accessed for hours due to a DDoSattack. We know both the financial and healthcare…
  continue reading
 
The Singapore Tourism Board and the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth said on Feb 20 that Taylor Swift’s sold-out concerts in Singapore in March had received support from the authorities in the form of a grant. This comes after Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin's comments on Feb 16 that the Singapore Government offered subsidies in exchan…
  continue reading
 
Singapore shares fell at the open this morning, led by declines from local banks. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.5 per cent to 3,208.35 points after 53.6 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch today, we have Singtel. The company reported that its net profit was down 12.5 per cent…
  continue reading
 
More than 55% of APAC-based travelers are keen to book a surprise trip where everything down to even the destination could be unknown until they arrive, according to Booking.com's latest ‘Travel Predictions’ research. Today, we we take a look at some of the handpicked destinations to consider in 2024 with Laura Houldsworth, Managing Director of Asi…
  continue reading
 
Singapore stocks fell at the opening bell today, tracking overnight losses in global markets. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) declined 0.1 per cent to 3,215.09 points after 40.1 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have UOB, after the lender's net profit for the fourth quarter rose…
  continue reading
 
Amid rising cancer cases among the young and old, as well as increasing healthcare costs, why is being sufficiently protected from critical illness not yet a priority for individuals in Singapore? AIA Singapore has newly launched the AIA Ultimate Critical Cover (AIA UCC) plan, which aims to address the challenges raised by Singaporeans for not gett…
  continue reading
 
Alexei Navalny, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s most formidable domestic opponent, fell unconscious and died on Feb 16 after a walk at the “Polar Wolf” Arctic penal colony where he was serving a three-decade sentence. Was Putin's critic murdered? What does Navalny's death mean for a new era of Russian dictatorship, and how does his legacy impact…
  continue reading
 
Have you ever seen a dog tucked in his or her dog bed and napping so well that made you go “I wish I could be like him or her?” Well, that could soon become reality for you, with one startup in the US building and selling what they call the world’s first dog bed, but for humans! Founded in 2021, Plufl was started by two college students at the Univ…
  continue reading
 
Emerging sports like tchoukball and powerlifting having been boosted by DPM Wong’s pledge of up to $20 million top-up at Budget 2024. How will this help these sports, and how much more needs to be done? To find out more, we hear from Singapore powerlifter Farhanna Farid, and are in conversation with Delane Lim, Tchoukball Association of Singapore p…
  continue reading
 
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Banyan Tree Group is evolving its corporate umbrella brand to Banyan Group, which reflects the group’s evolution into a dynamic, multi-brand hospitality powerhouse. With that, a landmark new eco-friendly residential community in Phuket aimed at the international community who are looking for second homes or p…
  continue reading
 
Plans for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail have hit another bump Malaysia is facing challenges to bring back the KL-Singapore HSR through the private sector as interested entities are seeking government support. Yet, with new bids submitted to revive the KL-Singapore high-speed rail, government funding remains the missing link. Will the M…
  continue reading
 
Singaporeans know they need to reskill. The question is: how? In a world where the nature of work is constantly evolving, going back to school can seem like a daunting venture for the busy professional. As highlighted by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong in his Budget speech on Feb 16, it can be difficult for individuals who …
  continue reading
 
Singapore stocks fell this morning, tracking overnight losses in global markets. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.6 per cent to 3,225.84 points after 40 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch for today, we have Singapore Airlines. The national carrier recorded a net profit of S$659…
  continue reading
 
Put fintech, payments and affiliate marketing together – and you get a company called Fave. Founded in 2015, Fave prides itself as Southeast Asia’s fastest growing platform that allows users to pay using QR codes and receive cashbacks on their digital transactions. The firm also enables users to buy and redeem restaurant deals, spa, massage, travel…
  continue reading
 
Imperial College London’s professor, Martin Blunt, talks about the bitter consequences of politicizing the climate issue—that is neglecting the “easy wins” and thus failing to take tangible actions to tackle the crisis. Martin Blunt is a Professor at the Department of Earth Science & Engineering, Imperial College London. He has been teaching at the…
  continue reading
 
Reports have emerged that ex-Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a shock potential interim solution should Bayern Munich part ways with the underfire Thomas Tuchel mid-season. Would it the right move? We hear from a Bayern fan to get their thoughts! Plus, Dan Ashworth's imminent arrival at Manchester United takes shape with Newcastle …
  continue reading
 
Singapore shares fell at the opening bell today despite overnight gains in European markets. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.1 per cent to 3,223.59 points after 27 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have for you Sembcorp Industries (U96): The energy company posted a 15 per…
  continue reading
 
China’s challenger to Airbus and Boeing’s passenger jets, the narrow-body C919 manufactured by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac), has made its first trip outside Chinese territory, staging a fly-by at the Singapore Airshow on Feb 18. With its C919 aircraft, Beijing wants to challenge the decades-long dominance of Western plane-ma…
  continue reading
 
Singapore has one of the safest construction industries on earth, with the second lowest incident rate of any country, according to one recent study. Even so, there’s no doubt that construction sites are riskier workplaces than most. Improvements to workplace safety should not be viewed as an end goal, and efforts to create safer workplaces will ne…
  continue reading
 
In recent years, female entrepreneurship has been on the rise, with a growing number of women-owned startups making their mark in various industries. In the lead up to this year’s International Women’s Day themed “Inspire Inclusion”, Lilian Ong, Founder of Class Living, a social enterprise, and Women of Courage Asia, Lilian Ong shares how she becam…
  continue reading
 
In today’s ultra-demanding marketplace, consumers expect more. But organisations often struggle to meet their demands. And when it comes to communication, a frustrating experience can be the difference between a sale and a disgruntled ex-customer. So how can companies better serve customers, boost the experience, and separate from the pack? Kate Li…
  continue reading
 
Semiconductors have been the talk of the town for the past two years, have you heard of a new type of chip called chiplets? Think of it this way. According to IBM Research, computer chips today are made using a technique called systems on a chip or SOC, where multiple computer functions such as general processing, data storage are put into a single…
  continue reading
 
Bayern Munich’s latest 3-2 loss to Bochum capped off a nightmare week of three consecutive defeats for Thomas Tuchel. With Harry Kane under scrutiny and an 8-point game to Bundesliga leaders Leverkusen, the perennial German champions have plunged into deep crisis. Will Tuchel survive the season? Got a story to tell? Get in touch with us! edanker@sp…
  continue reading
 
Singapore shares remained relatively unchanged at the opening bell this morning, the first trading day following Singapore’s Budget announcement on Friday. The latest Budget focused on rolling out the first instalment of the Forward Singapore programme. Singapore’s Budget 2024 set aside top-ups for cost-of-living support, businesses and housing sup…
  continue reading
 
Today we’re going to talk about a company that makes scaffolds – not for buildings, but scaffolds that can be implanted into the human body for bones and tissues to grow. Started in 1992, our guest is Osteopore, an Australian and Singapore based medical technology company commercialising a range of products specifically engineered to facilitate nat…
  continue reading
 
From workers to seniors, individuals to households, Budget 2024 has something for all Singaporeans to cope with cost-of-living pressures. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong on Feb 16 unveiled a suite of support measures to tackle immediate cost-of-living worries for households and businesses, while laying out plans to stre…
  continue reading
 
The Singapore National Netball team takes on cross-border rival Malaysia in a three-match test series scheduled for 15, 17 and 18 February 2024. Bragging rights are up for stake as the causeway rivals clash, so how is the host nation getting ready? We caught up with Aqilah Andin, vice-captain & K Mishalenee, to find out! Got a story to tell? Get in…
  continue reading
 
Singapore stocks rose this morning following news that gross domestic product growth in 2023 was 1.1 per cent, marginally down from advance estimates. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) gained 0.3 per cent to 3,147.35 points after 48.7 million securities changed hands across the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Kep…
  continue reading
 
In his annual Lunar New Year message, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loon urged young couples to have more babies in the Year of the Dragon, as Singapore continues to battle a declining birth rate. However, Singaporeans have cited several factors for having no or fewer babies such as high costs of living and raising children. But could there be medical r…
  continue reading
 
It’s all about salmon and trout today as we talk to one of the suppliers of land-based fish farming facilities. Founded in 2017, Assentoft Aqua is a Danish aquaculture engineering company. It provides fish farmers with what’s known as RAS or Recirculatory Aquaculture Systems that save space, pipes and minimises carbon footprint and the amount of in…
  continue reading
 
With two Deloitte Women’s Premier League titles for the Lion City Sailors' in the bag, Venetia Lim is no stranger to success. Buoyed by her exploits on home soil, the 20-year old is now embarking on a brave new adventure to Australia - to join Boroondara-Carey Eagles FC for the 2024 National Premier League Women’s Victoria (NPLW) season. How did th…
  continue reading
 
Alliance Française de Singapour invites you to immerse in the world of fashion at “La Veste” exhibition, a part of the French Excellence programme, Couture. Explore the artistry of the male blazer by renowned France-based and inspired fashion houses from the likes of Dior, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent, and more. Showcasing 42 men’s b…
  continue reading
 
Singapore shares fell at the opening bell today, following overnight losses in global markets. That’s as US consumer inflation slowed less than expected. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 1.2 per cent to 3,103.34 points after 71.9 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch for today, we h…
  continue reading
 
Poor manners and talking too much about oneself are Singaporeans biggest dating icks, according to recent surveys by global consumer research platform GWI. Is that really true, or are we just too picky? Matt Smith, Trends Manager, GWI explains how people in Singapore and Asia Pacific approach love and dating, from dating preferences to the use of A…
  continue reading
 
Valentine’s Day this year will take on new significance for Indonesians, as they head to the polls today to determine who replaces Joko Widodo as their next president. For the first time in 15 years, Indonesia is seeing a three-horse race for the presidency, with defence minister Prabowo Subianto, former Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan, and former …
  continue reading
 
Vijay Prashad—Indian historian, journalist, award-winning author, and Executive Director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research—talks about how history can teach us about humanity. Covered in this conversation: What hooked Vijay into writing, the Ukraine-Palestine double standard phenomena, multipolarity, US democracy, de-dollarization, t…
  continue reading
 
Today we’re going to talk about a company that you would have come in contact with on a day to day basis. Make a guess – this is a company that started as a bakery brand making pork floss buns. Bingo if you’ve guessed Breadtalk. Founded in 2000, Breadtalk Group is now an F&B group with multiple concepts ranging from bakeries, restaurants and even f…
  continue reading
 
With football’s lawmakers looking to introduce blue cards and sin-bins, with trials expected later this year - we discuss the merits of this latest 'innovation'. Also could Arteta's Arsenal crash the Manchester City-Liverpool Premier League duopoly? Got a story to tell? Get in touch with us! edanker@sph.com.sg | raushan@sph.com.sg See omnystudio.co…
  continue reading
 
When it comes to gaming accessories, some of the most popular ones out there are gaming chairs. However, high-end gaming chairs often come with a heavy price tag. Gaming chair maker TTRacing is trying to change the status quo, make gaming chairs more accessible and showing that comfort doesn’t mean breaking the bank. Henry Ting, Founder and CEO of …
  continue reading
 
Singapore shares rose at the opening bell this morning, following overnight gains in global markets. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) gained 0.3 per cent to 3,146.08 points after 41.2 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, James, we have Straco Corp. The tourism facilities operator said …
  continue reading
 
Doctor Anywhere has launched DA Orchard MedSuites, a flagship 12,000-square-foot integrated health screening and imaging centre. Beyond health screenings, DA MedSuites offers a tailored approach of combining medical diagnostics with practical lifestyle adjustments aimed at fostering overall well-being. The arrival of DA Orchard MedSuites aligns wit…
  continue reading
 
Singapore and China have agreed to a 30-day mutual visa-free entry for their citizens, close to two months after the proposal was first announced. The arrangement formally enters into force on Friday (Feb 9), the eve of Chinese New Year. Could a new visa exemption arrangement renew Singapore’s appeal to Chinese tourists? And with Thailand also intr…
  continue reading
 
It’s all about helping smaller companies gain access to green financing today. While companies may think that they need to collect vast amounts of data to track sustainability goals, the fact is that a bulk of that required may have already been tracked in their day-to-day processes. This can be data on their electricity consumption, or carbon emis…
  continue reading
 
Ronaldinho, Thierry Henry & Mesut Ozil are amongst the stars who are set to headline a blockbuster line-up for an Over-35s World Cup, which is set to be hosted in England this June. The competition is set to feature eight past champions of the FIFA World Cup: England, Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Uruguay. Got a story to tel…
  continue reading
 
Singapore shares fell at the opening bell this morning, after global equities turned out mixed showings overnight. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.5 per cent to 3,128.75 points after 56.6 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch today, we have StarHub. The mainboard-listed telco pos…
  continue reading
 
Chelsea responded to a troubling week that has mounted the pressure on Pochettino by beating Aston Villa 3-1 in the FA Cup. But will it be a catalyst for the Blues' to turn their fortunes around? If not, will Pochettino last the rest of the season? We discuss that, and also preview the upcoming football fixtures with the Asian Cup and AFCON finals …
  continue reading
 
Amidst the backdrop of our recovering tourism industry, Skyline Luge Singapore is looking to cater to the demand for recreational activities and sustainable entertainment for post-pandemic travelers. Skyline Luge Singapore has recently announced the launch of Ride the Beat, a new night time musical extravaganza. Stephanie Besse, General Manager, Sk…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide