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From Science Fiction to Technological Reality Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash
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From Science Fiction to Technological Reality

From debit cards to cell phones to submarines, many of the inventions imagined in science fiction have become part of our reality. In many cases, science fiction didn’t merely predict but also inspires real-life invention. In his 1888 novel Looking Backward, Edward Bellamy introduced the concept of universal credit: The citizens of his future utopia […]

Museum from the Future Universe of Water Particles on a Rock where People Gather (culturetrip.com)
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Museum from the Future

From phones to the internet, technology has become indispensable in our daily lives. There are many inventions from virtual reality to artificial intelligence that increase our interaction with the digital world. These innovations are the building blocks of the future. In fact, there is already a place a step ahead of us in Japan. Named […]

The Conundrum of Modern Air Travel
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The Conundrum of Modern Air Travel

With the major advancements humanity has achieved in technology, we have found ways of transport that would help us get around with convenience and ease. However, with the invention of modern travel, what has this cost us in terms of quality of life? Modern travel has undeniably become a huge part in our everyday lives. […]

Instruments of Work: Best Laptops for Young Entrepreneurs 2021
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Instruments of Work: Best Laptops for Young Entrepreneurs 2021

Young entrepreneurs need a laptop that not only look sleek in a meeting, but also able to accommodate their creativity. We have scoured the latest lines of laptops available in the market and here are the best three: LG Gram 14 Sleek laptop with high portability without compromise. 0.999 kg – 4 Cores 10th gen […]

Tang Tee Khoon: Music for the Masses
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Tang Tee Khoon: Music for the Masses

Tang Tee Khoon is the founder of The Glasshouse, and the artistic director at Chamber Music and Arts Singapore Limited.  What did you do when COVID-19 hit? Did you manage to organise your house according to tips from Marie Kondo? Maybe you attempted to get in shape with a bit of Chloe Ting? While I […]

To Read or Not to Read: Hardly a Question Image by Teslariu Mihai via Unsplash
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To Read or Not to Read: Hardly a Question

Spending the evening curled up with a book – before the onslaught of Netflix and Amazon Prime, this was a fairly unremarkable pastime. But now, it has faded into a quaint idea. In these times of finishing an entire season of Game of Thrones in one sitting, it is difficult to imagine binging a novel.  […]

Urban Farming, Where Passion Meets Business Image by Markus Spiske via Unsplash
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Urban Farming, Where Passion Meets Business

Do you fancy the idea of harvesting vegetables and placing them in your salad bowl moments later?  Imagine owning a farm while living in a concrete jungle.  In a country where most of its people are compelled to live in stacked housing, urban farming is growing in popularity here in Singapore. In recent years, more […]

Karaoke: The Perfect Release Image by Nikola Duza via Unsplash
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Karaoke: The Perfect Release

We’ve all watched that scene. The one where the friends, bathed in the gaudy glow of cheap disco lights, obnoxiously belt their hearts out to an equally obnoxious song. However, we always look upon them with an indulgent smile: the drunken off-key singing, the blurry TV, all coming together to provide that one moment of […]