21 October 16 | The Business Times by NISHA RAMCHANDANI
THE Singapore Airshow 2016, which was held from Feb 16 to 21, brought in nearly S$329 million for the local economy this year as over 130,000 trade and public visitors made their way to the biennial event. This is according to a survey conducted by Kadence International, which tallied the amount spent by exhibitors, trade attendees, visitors and tourists. This included flights, accommodation, ren...
17 October 16 | The Straits Times by JANICE TAI
Seventy young people from around the region who are deaf have been in Singapore over the past two weeks to attend a youth camp and a major international conference on deaf-related issues.
Their guest rooms had portable lights, next to their beds or television sets, that turned green or yellow when someone was at the door.
Ms Ho Ching, patron of the Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf),...
07 October 16 | The Straits Times
Singapore has SkillsFuture, which wants Singaporeans to develop a deep mastery of skills relevant to jobs. India has Skill India, a national campaign which seeks to train 400 million people in skills by 2022.
Acting Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) Ong Ye Kung drew parallels between both drives at the launch of Singapore's second skills training centre in India yesterday.