Mr. Low Sze Wee, CEO of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, seeks to present Singapore’s unique Chinese culture in relatable and accessible ways to the public
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Mr. Tsung Yeh was awarded the Cultural Medallion, the highest accolade in the arts, in 2013
Performance artist and ceramicist Jason Lim lets his body and art do the talking
She practically sits on a pile of very cool inventions, but Ms. Silka Miesnieks, who heads the Design Lab at Adobe, does not feel that she has seen it all—in…
'Stop chasing the money and start chasing the passion.' - Tony Hsieh
Husband and wife Aun Koh and Su-Lyn Tan get up close and personal with health issues that busy individuals face today through Mount Elizabeth Hospitals' VR Experience
Richard Hoon gets up close and personal with health issues that face busy individuals today through Mount Elizabeth Hospitals' Cardio VR Experience
Andrea De Cruz gets up close and personal with health issues that face busy individuals today through Mount Elizabeth Hospitals' VR Experience
Let Singapore Symphony Orchestra's CEO, Chng Hak-Peng, enlighten you on classical concert etiquette
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How involved in social issues do brands need to be? Is it better to keep a safe distance or get up close and personal?
How does a brand stand out with the competition in such a saturated market? Is it better to take a new and novel approach or stick to more tried and tested ways?
PR practitioners come together for PORTFOLIO Magazine's first Roundtable Discussion on
PR and the Changing Media Landscape.
Hosted by: Artemis