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How far would you be willing to go to protect your health? Many Singaporeans don't mind a sugar ban.
But some parents think that physical punishment at home or at school should be made illegal.
Huawei’s brand perception scores plunge in Singapore after US ban, and fewer people are recommending it to their friends: YouGov
It's been a rollercoaster ride for Huawei.
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.
3 in 10 Malaysians believe that robots might take over their jobs in future, and the young are among the most fearful
The survey also found that 69 per cent of respondents believe that the emergence of robots would eventually lead to loss of jobs in the economy.
The study found that respondents most often use their credit cards on travel tickets, accommodation and F&B.
Malaysia Airlines is still well-loved by Malaysians – but not quite by Singaporeans and Hong Kongers
Customers of Malaysia Airlines are most likely married men aged 30 to 44, who earn more than RM10,000 a month.
While the UK government struggles to deliver Brexit, the British public is increasingly against leaving the European Union, according to polls.
Malaysians are number one fans of their own cuisine – but other nations aren’t liking it that much, study finds
Malaysians love tom yum and pad thai, but apparently, Thai people are not loving Malaysia's food half as much.
Singaporeans may like many foreign foods – but other nations aren’t big fans of Singaporean cuisine, study finds
Singaporeans love ramen and chawanmushi, but apparently, Japanese people are not loving Singapore food half as much.