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Magazine articles on politics and society in Singapore.
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Chemistry World
July 30, 2015
Sage Bowser
Hungry Ghost festival behind annual air quality decline in Singapore Researchers in Singapore have linked late-summer spikes in air and rainwater pollution with incense and paper offerings being burnt during local celebrations of the Hungry Ghost festival. mark for My Articles similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
January 1, 2013
Country Report: Singapore Most executives across the pharmaceutical industry agree; Singapore does not represent any question marks in the future. Furthermore, Singapore's location is ideal for reaching markets east, west, north and south, which form the powerhouse that is Asia-Pacific. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
June 2012
Philip Butta
A Futuristic Singapore Garden That Reinvents The City The 250-acre project is part of a not-so-simple plan, says Gardens COO Kenneth Er, "to reinvent Singapore as a city in a garden." We take a sneak peek at futuristic features. mark for My Articles similar articles
April 11, 2011
Hanifa Haris
Architecture in Bloom Singapore's newest museum doesn't dwell on the alleged dichotomy between art and science. Instead, it celebrates the connections between both. mark for My Articles similar articles
The Motley Fool
February 14, 2011
Jordan DiPietro
1 Word That Makes Me Bullish on Las Vegas Sands A presence in Singapore is enough to stay bullish on this company. mark for My Articles similar articles
January 13, 2011
Singapore's Lee Hsien Loong Looks Ahead Singapore's strong growth and efficient government have earned its leaders a voice that others listen to: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. mark for My Articles similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2010
Sandra Upson
Singapore's Water Cycle Wizardry Singapore's toilet-to-tap technology has saved the country from shortages -- and a large electricity bill mark for My Articles similar articles
January 2008
Kerry Howley
Guests in the Machine If larger economies were to introduce guest worker programs like Singapore's, the impact on migrant welfare would be enormous. Guest worker programs may be the best hope many of the world's poorest people have for improving their lives. mark for My Articles similar articles
September 2007
David Lamb
Singapore Swing Peaceful and prosperous, Southeast Asia's famously uptight nation has let its hair down. mark for My Articles similar articles
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