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by 03zvzsz on 28.06.2019
Post Experiences, not brands, draw consumers

It is not surprising that consumers are less loyal to brands than in the past (Consumers less loyal to brands now, survey finds, June 26). 바카라사이트

This is not because brands have changed - consumer expectations have.

While in the past we were all looking for certain functionalities (taste in chocolate, whitening in toothpaste, and so on), these are no longer enough to command loyalty, given that there are many alternatives and switching is easy.

For big ticket items like mobile phones or cars, the brand was important because it allowed us to make a statement about ourselves, our status and achievements.

Today, consumers are less keen to impress their peers but are looking for experiences - new, unusual tastes, swimming with sharks, learning to make xiao long bao (steamed pork dumplings). 바카라

These experiences stay with consumers long after the product or service has been enjoyed, and they allow consumers to share them with friends and followers on social media.

Experiences are clearly the new luxury - brands that realise this will command loyalty in future, but only if they stay fresh and keep reinventing themselves.


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by 03zvzsz on 04.05.2019
Post New educational approach for today's economy

I agree with Professor Cham Tao Soon on the need to foster creativity, stress EQ over IQ and enable lifelong learning in education (Education in the era of disruptive technology, April 24). 카지노사이트

There is an urgency to rally stakeholders to commit to a new educational approach as the era of disruptive technology has rendered the current approach obsolete.

The current approach grew from competition among nation-states during the emerging industrial age, with the objective of training a large number of citizens and fitting them into structured roles in large industrial complexes.

Creativity was not required, but discipline was.

The information economy of today, however, requires a person to have excellent and unique skills in just one or two areas, rather than average skills in more areas.

To develop that excellence, the education system will have to focus on talent development of the individual.

First, the knowledge delivery platform will have to change completely to an online platform to enable students to learn at their own pace from the most innovative instructors. 바카라

Second, creativity and EQ development have to start at a young age.

At pre-school, pupils should be allowed to appreciate the languages, sports, music, dance and drama as well as digital games slowly and be exposed to all-rounded cognitive development.

Most importantly, they should be sheltered from the academic race up to at least nine years old.

Third, older students should be offered the freedom to learn as many subjects as possible without examination pressures.

For example, the first major exams could be set for 16-year-olds and students can choose to do the equivalent of the A-level exams in many subjects or just one or two subjects of their choice. They should also be allowed to extend their education at their own pace. 바카라사이트

Fourth, the learning process should be made interesting by teaching first principles with historical context and current applications. For example, if calculus were taught with reference to how Newton had used it to prove the heliocentric system, it would be a lot more interesting and students would be more motivated to learn more about the limit theorem.

To achieve all this is a challenge but it is worth undertaking because it has far-reaching implications on the competitiveness of our economy and society.


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by 03zvzsz on 03.05.2019
Post New educational approach for today's economy

I agree with Professor Cham Tao Soon on the need to foster creativity, stress EQ over IQ and enable lifelong learning in education (Education in the era of disruptive technology, April 24). 카지노사이트

There is an urgency to rally stakeholders to commit to a new educational approach as the era of disruptive technology has rendered the current approach obsolete.

The current approach grew from competition among nation-states during the emerging industrial age, with the objective of training a large number of citizens and fitting them into structured roles in large industrial complexes.

Creativity was not required, but discipline was.

The information economy of today, however, requires a person to have excellent and unique skills in just one or two areas, rather than average skills in more areas.

To develop that excellence, the education system will have to focus on talent development of the individual.

First, the knowledge delivery platform will have to change completely to an online platform to enable students to learn at their own pace from the most innovative instructors. 바카라

Second, creativity and EQ development have to start at a young age.

At pre-school, pupils should be allowed to appreciate the languages, sports, music, dance and drama as well as digital games slowly and be exposed to all-rounded cognitive development.

Most importantly, they should be sheltered from the academic race up to at least nine years old.

Third, older students should be offered the freedom to learn as many subjects as possible without examination pressures.

For example, the first major exams could be set for 16-year-olds and students can choose to do the equivalent of the A-level exams in many subjects or just one or two subjects of their choice. They should also be allowed to extend their education at their own pace.

Fourth, the learning process should be made interesting by teaching first principles with historical context and current applications. For example, if calculus were taught with reference to how Newton had used it to prove the heliocentric system, it would be a lot more interesting and students would be more motivated to learn more about the limit theorem. 바카라사이트

To achieve all this is a challenge but it is worth undertaking because it has far-reaching implications on the competitiveness of our economy and society.


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by 03zvzsz on 27.04.2019
Post Take action against student but help him too

The recent sexual harassment incident has caused an uproar in our local universities as well as among the general public. 카지노사이트

Much of the attention, naturally, was on the student who was found guilty of the sexual misconduct. There were almost unanimous calls for him to be punished more severely, with some demanding his expulsion from the National University of Singapore (NUS).

Without a doubt, sexual misconduct is wrong and appropriate actions should be taken. However, what was not raised amid the uproar was how the university's counsellors can help this student.

There were at least 26 cases of sexual offences in NUS over the last three years (NUS disciplinary board heard 26 sexual offence cases over three years, April 25).

It is concerning if sexual misconduct is a common trend among students. What is the cause for this? Could it be due to stress, addictions or other mental issues? 바카라사이트

Helping these students to recover will assist them in leading a meaningful life after they graduate.

The problem should be looked at holistically. The university should give support to the victim and provide the help that the perpetrator needs.


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by 03zvzsz on 26.04.2019
Post Voyeurism takes on new meaning in digital age

The recent case of voyeurism in the National University of Singapore (NUS) has sparked a public debate on what constitutes fair and appropriate punishment that is commensurate with the severity of the crime (NUS to relook disciplinary processes after student's complaint, April 21). 바카라사이트

While I concur with Education Minister Ong Ye Kung about NUS' inadequate penalties against sexual misconduct, I am glad that the ministry and school have been quick to acknowledge the gap and undertake swift actions to review the disciplinary process and support frameworks.

I agree that schools need to safeguard the safety of students by ensuring robust controls are in place to deter sexual misconduct. But it is equally, if not more, important that the police send a strong message that crimes like voyeurism should not be tolerated to protect the public.

While the police may be right about the offender's likelihood of rehabilitation, handing out conditional warnings might not be a strong deterrence for would-be offenders, who now think that they might be given a second chance. 바카라

The rehabilitative needs of the offender should not come at the expense of public safety.

In this digital age, voyeurism has taken a very different form. The damage to the victim can be magnified multiple times due to the Internet and advancements in technology. It is an emerging occurrence not just in Singapore, but also worldwide.

In the past, victims of voyeurism had to deal with the trauma of having flashbacks of the incident. Now, victims also have to live with the constant fear that the video might be distributed online, which will result in their privacy being invaded time and again. 카지노사이트

While the Government has recognised the gravity of such crimes by reviewing the Penal Code to include new and stiffer penalties for voyeurism, relegating a voyeuristic crime to that of an offence that deserves only a conditional warning might send the wrong message.


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by 03zvzsz on 15.04.2019
Post Carousell has a policy in place against counterfeits

We thank Mr Alex Chan Hua Chew for his letter regarding counterfeits on Carousell (Online marketplaces must take counterfeit sale seriously, March 25). 바카라

Carousell respects the intellectual property rights of others and we take a serious view on listings that infringe on intellectual property.

The sale of fake products, replicas or counterfeits and the creation of any content that violates any intellectual property rights are illegal and prohibited on Carousell's mobile application and website.

We have a counterfeit policy in place, and will not hesitate to remove listings that breach our guidelines or terms of service.

Trust and safety are top priorities for Carousell, and we are committed to improving our marketplace to minimise and manage fraudulent activities.

We are constantly working to improve our automated processes to identify more accurately and take down listings of counterfeit items faster. We have doubled our teams to monitor the marketplace, and we encourage Carousellers to report any listings suspected of infringing intellectual property. 바카라사이트

In March, at least 40 per cent of user reports for counterfeit items were reviewed under an hour.

Our legal team is also exploring how we can work with brands and intellectual property owners to address this issue in a more holistic manner.

As with every online and offline marketplace, there are always risks to buying and selling. We would also like to encourage our users to be cautious and practise due diligence when arranging any deals.


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by 03zvzsz on 15.04.2019
Post CBD needs more than just injection of homes, hotels

Perhaps if our urban planners had taken regular strolls along Shenton Way over the past decade, they might be more careful with making a correlation between the injection of homes and hotels in the precinct and an increased vibrancy of the area (More homes planned in city centre to inject vibrancy, March 2Cool. 바카라

By rough estimates, at least 3,000 to 4,000 residential units have been added to the Marina Bay-Shenton Way precinct alone since 2009. Out of these, about one-third to half appear unoccupied, even though most of the developments have sold out.

What was once a road filled with mostly deserted office blocks at night is now a relatively quiet stretch occupied primarily by mixed developments targeted at investors.

Has the flood of residential properties, some hotels and lifestyle establishments raised the buzz of Shenton Way come dusk? At most, it has moved the needle by a bit.

There are many reasons for this - including the fact that our planners, as well as many of our developers, lack an appreciation of what makes cities come alive in variegated hues at world-class levels. 바카라사이트

Our planners appear to be still steeped in infrastructure planning, while the majority of our property players are driven largely by profits, and a mass market "me-too" mindset that is best defined by the mediocre lifestyle clusters in their malls.

Shenton Way certainly has great potential to be Singapore's equivalent of New York's Park or Madison Avenues or Tokyo's Marunouchi or Otemachi, linking a revamped and revitalised Orchard Road and Marina Bay area with the Greater Southern Waterfront precinct in Tanjong Pagar.

And Singapore certainly deserves far more than another same old, same old workmanlike draft master plan, where every major road in our Central Business District is envisioned to be filled with "hip restaurants, bars and boutique gyms" - like the vibrant street life that has emerged in fringe CBD areas such as Boat Quay, Circular Road and Telok Ayer.

Boat Quay and Circular Road? Seriously? Amid stiffer curbs on manpower in said sector?


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by 03zvzsz on 15.04.2019
Post Patients advised to continue with blood pressure medicine

We thank Mr Lim Choon Guan for his letter (What to do now that hypertension drug has been recalled?, March 30). 바카라사이트

On March 28, the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) recalled three brands of high blood pressure medicine, which includes Losartas, a medicine prescribed in SingHealth institutions.

HSA has advised affected patients not to stop treatment on their own as there is no immediate health risk associated with taking the affected medicine.

Sudden stopping of the medicine can pose a greater and more immediate risk to patients' health.

HSA has also advised healthcare professionals to review the medicine and treatment plans of their patients.

In line with the Ministry of Health's advisory for patients, SingHealth encourages affected patients who have appointments within the next three months to proceed with their scheduled appointments, where their doctor will advise them on the most appropriate medication. 카지노사이트

We have reached out to affected patients whose appointments are on or after July 1 to arrange for an earlier consultation.

SingHealth has set up Losartas review clinics in our polyclinics, hospitals and national speciality centres to attend to affected patients since the recall of medicine. Doctors, nurses and pharmacists are also rostered to provide advice to our affected patients on suitable alternative medicine.

We have also extended our call centre's operating hours so that patients can reach us if they have further concerns


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by 03zvzsz on 15.04.2019
Post No practical solution to noise pollution, so we should adapt

There is little we can do to avoid noise if we want to coexist with one another (Noise a problem at parks, gyms, by Dr Quek Koh Choon, March 29). 바카라사이트

Should the sale of motorcycles and sport cars be restricted because of noise? Should the Land Transport Authority ban commuters from talking loudly on their phones and to one another, or playing loud music on public transport? Should announcements be banned at MRT and bus stations because they are disruptive to commuters?

The list is endless if we were to be sensitive to noise.

Private and public gyms do not cater to just one person. If a person finds the music loud or that gym users are talking loudly, he should just move away or wear earplugs.

There is no solution to noise pollution other than stopping the activity that is causing it, but how is it possible to stop it without encroaching on people's personal rights? 카지노사이트

People need to adjust and adapt because even though noise pollution can be annoying, its effects are minimal compared with other types of pollution which can be more harmful.


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by 03zvzsz on 10.04.2019
Post Defamation laws hold media accountable

Ms Louisa Lim suggests in The New York Times that Australia's defamation laws have curtailed freedom of speech and the role of Australian media companies (How Australia became the defamation capital of the world, March 1Cool. 카지노사이트

She refers to the recent defamation suit from Chinese-born Australian businessman Chau Chak Wing against The Sydney Morning Herald, in which an Australian federal court found that a 2015 article about him was defamatory. She says this prevents the media from exploring the role of China in Australia.

Ms Lim does not seem to understand how libel laws operate. Media can write the truth. The media can also run commentaries, however unreasonable, based on a substratum of facts. The media cannot, however, wantonly destroy reputations and besmirch people based on untruths.

For example, Mr Chau cannot be called a Chinese agent without facts.

If the media writes untruths, the person who has been defamed must be able to clear his name. Seeking a ruling in court through an independent judiciary is one way to do so. 바카라

Ms Lim also points out that the allegations made against Mr Chau by the newspaper had been repeated in the Australian Parliament by MP Andrew Hastie. She argues this is inconsistent, since the lawmaker was protected by parliamentary privilege, but the same protection could not be accorded to The Sydney Morning Herald.

But that is what parliamentary privilege is about - to enable MPs, as elected representatives of the people, to raise matters of public interest in Parliament without risking a defamation suit. It is an overreach to argue that the same arrangement should be extended to all remarks made outside of Parliament.

In any case, it is not as if parliamentary privilege goes unchecked. MPs who abuse their privilege to make reckless allegations can be hauled up before the Committee of Privileges.

Freedom of speech cannot come at the expense of accountability and responsibility in journalism. We have seen the rise of fake news and the consequent erosion in trust in media establishments everywhere as well as the societal dangers it has posed. 바카라사이트

That is a bigger threat to the well-being of a nation than the defamation laws Ms Lim argues against.


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