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(Tower) Jumping with the Commandos. When Alphonsus Chern was still a Full Time National Serviceman in 2001, he wrote to the then-Chief of Defence, ...

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  • TOEFL or not TOEFL? For Abe, the answer is clear

    blogs.straitstimes.com 18 Apr '13, 3pm

    By Kwan Weng Kin Japan Correspondent [email protected] TOKYO - An acceptable score in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), which measures proficiency in the language, is required for entry into many universities in the English-speaking world. But Japanese Prime Minister...

  • Why I’ll buy an iPad Mini «

    blogs.straitstimes.com 24 Oct '12, 5am

    By Grace Chng Senior Correspondent [email protected] Apple's iPad Mini, unveiled early this morning (Singapore time) will arrive here next week. But that's only the wi-fi version. Prices are $448 for 16GB wi-fi model and $578 for 32GB and $708 for 64GB. Prices for cellular versions a...

  • Remembering Siberia’s wild white spirit, a piece I wrote in 2010 #cranes #birds

    Siberia’s wild white spirit «

    blogs.straitstimes.com 26 Oct '13, 5pm

    By Nirmal Ghosh Indochina Bureau Chief [email protected] IT IS not often that an apparently routine e-mailed press release unlocks the door to a singular, distant misty morning and a flood of attendant memories. It was a foggy winter morning sometime in the early 1980s, at Keoladeo Gh...

  • Bold look at Singapore’s origins

    blogs.straitstimes.com 05 Jul '12, 4am

    By Eisen Teo Journalist [email protected] IF FOR you the story of Raffles and the Japanese occupation are the only things you easily remember about Singapore's history, then getting your hands on Singapore, A 700-Year History: From Early Emporium To World City could change the way y...

  • Toxic cosmetics? It’s all about the dose

    blogs.straitstimes.com 02 Dec '11, 3pm

    By Grace Chua Reporter [email protected] In sunny Singapore, we've all been told: Wear sunscreen. It's good for your skin. But now, it turns out, scientists from Nanyang Technological University have found that nanoparticles of zinc oxide, a substance used in many sunscreens and cosmet...

  • My piece of Bukit Brown

    blogs.straitstimes.com 22 Oct '11, 10pm

    By Ng Tze Yong ST Online Social Media Editor [email protected] I have only been to Bukit Brown Cemetery twice. Once, when I got lost on a bicycle. And the second time, last Sunday, when my wife and I signed up for a tour with the Asia Paranormal Investigators (API) on a whim. Oh, I t...

  • Dreams of Distant Mandalay - @karmanomad on the vestiges of monarchy in Myanmar

    Dreams of distant Mandalay

    blogs.straitstimes.com 28 Apr '12, 2pm

    By Nirmal Ghosh Thailand Correspondent [email protected] Part of my childhood was spent in New Delhi; in the evenings I would be taken to the sprawling manicured grounds of the huge tomb of the Mughal emperor Humayun, now a World Heritage monument and one of the loveliest walks in the...

  • At same price as iPad 2, new iPad still unbeatable

    blogs.straitstimes.com 15 Mar '12, 8am

    Digital Life At same price as iPad 2, new iPad still unbeatable Grace Chng reviews the new iPad ahead of its launch in Singapore on March 16 Tweet Share Published on March 15th, 2012 By Grace Chng Senior Correspondent [email protected] The new iPad was launched in the usual Apple sty...

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