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2 in 5 Singaporeans are unhappy with their weight, and the young are more likely to be dissatisfied: Survey
Women are more likely than men to be dissatisfied with their weight.
This is over double of the previous projection of 90,000 individuals.
JJ Lin and Stefanie Sun will perform a mash-up version of their National Day songs with 25 other artistes for NDP 2019
You can start applying for tickets on Thursday (May 23). Good luck!
Singaporeans take pride in keeping the city clean – and more than half will tell those around them not to litter, survey finds
72 per cent of respondents would hold on to litter until they are able to find a bin.
The petitioner who sparked a nationwide debate on black metal bands just added more groups to her ban list
There are calls for more metal bands to be banned from Singapore.
Singaporeans spend triple the time searching for property than reading their children bedtime stories or speaking to their parents: HSBC study
Singaporeans spend more than 3 hours a week looking at property, but less than an hour talking to their parents.
82,000 people in Singapore today have dementia – and 3 in 4 feel ashamed and rejected because of the illness
The number of dementia sufferers in Singapore is expected to go beyond 100,000 by 2030.
Over 3 in 4 Singaporeans in study believe e-sports shouldn’t even be classified as a sport – and the majority also think it causes Internet addi...
A recent study by market research company YouGov has found that Singaporeans aren't too keen on the new form of sports.
Most Singapore millennials want to start investing and buying insurance policies – but they don’t quite know how to, an OCBC study finds
Singapore millennials value a job which offers work-life balance the most.
Singapore millennials care more about family, society and self-growth – than being famous or owning material goods, an OCBC study finds
A whopping 86 per cent of respondents said that their life motivation is to understand their inner selves – compared to only 32 per cent who said that it is to be well-known.