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  • ST_20150116_DASPILL16R7J9_986839e
    9 June, 2015

    Photo Credit: ST Since 1975, Singapore has introduced a relentless series of traditional and experimental measures to slow down the growth of the motor vehicle population and to control its usage. In their paper, “Curbing Urban Traffic Congestion in Singapore: … Continue reading

  • 8 June, 2015

    The Straits Times reports that opposition parties are traditionally even more coy than the PAP about their new faces, but clues have emerged from walkabouts and new members appointed as office holders in Singapore​. The likely new candidates are professionals and businessmen as opposed to the past, when … Continue reading

  • 5 June, 2015

    The US talks about rebalancing Asia; ASEAN wants a strategic balance between China and America. How will Singapore fare, as a majority Chinese society in the region, with China expected to be more assertive in the future? University Professor Wang … Continue reading

  • 23 March, 2015

    Today we mark the passing of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. Here is a roundup of tributes from Singapore’s media.

  • kelvinlow
    17 November, 2014

    Dr Kelvin Low (Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology) recently published Remembering the Samsui Women: Migration and Social Memory in Singapore and China (2014, UBC Press). The book is an illuminating study of the connection between memory and nation, … Continue reading

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