Google blocks Huawei’s access to Android updates
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Google blocks Huawei’s access to Android updates

Google’s restrictions on Huawei’s access to Android updates will put the Chinese company at a…

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Art meets music at the Singapore Pavilion during the 58th Venice Biennale | CNA Lifestyle
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Art meets music at the Singapore Pavilion during the 58th Venice Biennale | CNA Lifestyle

Singapore is taking part at this year’s Venice Biennale, the biggest international art event of…

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The US-China trade war and how it impacts consumers – and the rest of the world | FAQ
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The US-China trade war and how it impacts consumers – and the rest of the world | FAQ

What’s at stake in the US-China trade war? What has it cost ordinary people in…

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A closer look at IM Pei’s inspiration for Paris’ Lourve
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A closer look at IM Pei’s inspiration for Paris’ Lourve

IM Pei’s most high profile and controversial project was the Louvre museum renovation in the…

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Singapore’s housing model won’t work for Hong Kong: Minister Lawrence Wong
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Singapore’s housing model won’t work for Hong Kong: Minister Lawrence Wong

Singapore’s housing model won’t work for Hong Kong. That’s the message National Development Minister Lawrence…

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Exclusive sneak peek of exhibition showcasing 700 years of Singapore’s history
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Exclusive sneak peek of exhibition showcasing 700 years of Singapore’s history

Witness the key moments in 700 years of Singapore’s history through a gripping mix of…

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Singapore Food Agency lifts Kate’s Catering suspension
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Singapore Food Agency lifts Kate’s Catering suspension

The Singapore Food Agency has lifted its suspension on Kate’s Catering – after 52 days.…

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DPM Heng Swee Keat warns about false reports online using his name
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DPM Heng Swee Keat warns about false reports online using his name

Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat has alerted the public to false reports circulating online…

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Australia votes 2019: Climate change, immigration issues dominate agenda
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Australia votes 2019: Climate change, immigration issues dominate agenda

Australia headed to the polls on May 18, in an election that is pitting the…

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Legacy of I.M. Pei, a master builder and maestro architect
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Legacy of I.M. Pei, a master builder and maestro architect

The legacy that renowned Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei has left behind is one that encompasses…

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