December 8, 2019

HOW NOW SINGAPORE? Revisiting Lee Kuan Yew's Hard Truths

August 9, 2017

Success stories of the victors and cries of the victims

August 11, 2016

Why History Matters to Singapore

July 26, 2016

Paying attention to finance, economy & capital flows in architecture

July 23, 2016

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April 1, 2016

In the modular city concept i developed with my students at NUS, the energy side was fulfilled by a combination of solar, wind and thorium nuclear energy. this lecture by the representative of the Chinese academy of sciences gives a very cogent discussion of the issues...

March 6, 2016

By Ghui

Some questions have arisen over the death of Private Dominque Sarron Lee, the striking out of the family’s law suit against the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and the family of the late Private being made liable for the legal fees of the SAF.

I must make clear at t...

May 1, 2014

My design of the Singapore Johore elevated bridge built over existing causeway with a Centre break that allows tidal flow-through and ships. The gap is exactly the same as that of the 2nd link. The MRT track connects directly to Kranji MRT station. Its cheap and fast t...

May 1, 2014

He is often seen with a loudhailer, and he always has something to say about everything. Our guest on HitList this week is Jolovan Wham. Is he a consummate activist or just a rebel? 

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Public talk event on

30 November 2019
3 pm at Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium at the School of Accountancy, Singapore Management University.

Presented by the Future of Singapore (FOSG) and co-hosted by the Wee Kim Wee Centre, SMU

^ Yeoh Lam Keong on Singapore economy (Part 6). In this segment he talks about the cultural mindset in the government that makes change abysmal. 

For more of the video recordings of the conversation with Yeoh Lam Keong and others, please  visit the FORUM PAGE.

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