Graduate Digest
Diabetes: Not just a 'Rich Man's Illness'

The chronic condition is seeing a worldwide rise. It can strike anyone, not only the old, overweight or people with a sweet tooth. Read more about it here.

Cultural preservation through local design

Heritage-inspired design has popped up in local lifestyle stores in various forms, from gem biscuit cushions to kueh tutu badges. What has spurred this trend, and how far does it go in preserving the culture of Singapore? Find out more in this article.

The dangers of tuition overload

Both the government and child experts are calling on parents to ease up on tuition for their kids as more suffer from school-related anxiety. Why is tuition classes becoming increasingly rampant in today's society? Click here to find out more.

Getting real about fake news

The threats posed by fake news have been growing inrecent years. How should we respond to such threats?

Are we civic-minded enough?

After more than 50 years of nation-building and having attained First World status economically, are Singaporeans more gracious compared to 10 years ago? Find out more in this article.

Bridging the Gap

Income inequality threatens to become a serious problem for Singapore. Explore how dire the situation is and what more can be done to tackle the issue here.

A Road map for the future

Singapore's Budget 2018 sought to address short-term business concerns as well as longer-term challenges brought about by broader shifts in the global economic order, emergence of new technologies and Singapore's ageing population. Find out more about what Budget 2018 holds for the nation's future.

The rise of the gig economy

Employment in the gig economy is growing fast, helping to cushion the impact of a weak job market. But what are the implications?