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The Transient by Jason Tan

“God help me I can” “I make my children future” Some of these gems of wisdom, of sacrifice, of conviction and of faith, might have never been uncovered if not for the probing of this group of students from a Leadership and Team Building (LTB) class in SMU. So much, and such deep meaning can [...]

Socio-Economic Impact of HIV in Asia

1 December marks World AIDS Day, a day to remember and increase awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV. It is fitting that on World AIDS Day this year, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) released a comprehensive report of the socio-economic impact that HIV has at the household level in [...]

TIME Person of the Year – The Protestor

As 2011 draws to a close, many of us will reflect on the year gone by. The little events and small occasions that have changed our lives, and those around us. News organisations do the same, looking at people, countries and events that have impacted the lives of millions across the world. TIME Magazine’s Person [...]

The First Post

What is a good life? How we live, and perhaps more importantly, how well we live are issues we think about constantly. If you are reading this post, chances are you live comfortably enough to be able to think about your future – your life in the coming months, even years. But many among us [...]