Jakarta is overpopulated, polluted and sinking. The Indonesian government is planning to relocate the administrative centre to the less densely populated island of Kalimantan, but what should we know about the new capital?
Last December, in commemoration of the bicentennial anniversary of the founding of modern Singapore, the nation’s first-of-its-kind ground-up initiative celebrated the nation’s peace and prosperity by breaking two new records in the Singapore Book of Records – the Largest Mass Lion Dance Display and the Largest Lion Eye-dotting Ceremony.
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Chile and Singapore, the Embassy of Chile held a celebration at the iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore in memory of Pablo Neruda, a celebrated poet and Nobel Prize winner.
President Trump invoked defence powers to make ventilators, China’s Wuhan lifted its lockdown, and UK’s ministers tested positive for Covid-19
North America and Canada US President Donald Trump has signed the largest-ever US financial stimulus
Former Ambassador Of Chile To Singapore Talks Climate, Singapore, And How He Entered The Foreign Service
Is Chile still at the forefront of climate activism after the cancellation of COP25 in the country last year? Did Chile betray the environment by not signing the Escazú Agreement? As Singapore celebrates 40 years of diplomatic relations with Chile last year, former Ambassador of Chile to Singapore, James Sinclair Manley, not only tackles some of these questions with us, he also shares some of the best practices the two countries can contribute to one another.
The character Joker hails from Gotham, a fictional city in the United States. But the problems the city faces are very much real. What can we learn from this man’s descent into madness?
North America and Canada Boeing released hundreds of pages of internal correspondence to US congressional
As part of our All in a Day’s Work series, we talk to Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) alumni Cheryl Wijaya to find out more about her internship at the Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia in Singapore.
As part of our All in a Day’s Work series, we talk to Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) alumni Jacqueline Stansilas to find out more about her former career at the Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce.