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Leadership lessons from a tiny kingdom

Leadership lessons from a tiny kingdom

One of great privileges before the Covid-19 outbreak was going to Bhutan to celebrate my mother’s 70th birthday. I had first been to Bhutan when I was 10 and loved it and fell in love with the place. At the age of 10, I valued serenity and Bhutan provided me with just that. It also helped that this was in a time when the only... 

Subordination or freedom of the press?

Subordination or freedom of the press?

The rhetoric with respect to the proposed restructuring of Singapore Press Holdings’ media business into a not-for-profit entity in terms of how essential credible media is to Singapore’s interests, the independence of the news rooms, trust and quality journalism is becoming very surreal. Late former Prime Minister, Lee... 

Military Generals

Military Generals

Lt-General (NS) Ng Yat Chung To most people, the mere mention and/or the images of military generals and admirals would immediately convey a aura of authority, respect, seniority and ability. In Singapore, however, our experiences with some of our former military generals and admirals who were parachuted by the government into... 



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