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Insights pieces written by the National University of Singapore GRC chapter. A collection of 7 posts
The lived realities of migrant domestic workers in Singapore
Project Spotlights

The lived realities of migrant domestic workers in Singapore

Picture of a foreign domestic worker. (Wham, 2016)Flying from hundreds to thousands of kilometres from their home country to Singapore, migrant domestic workers (MDWs) have been a crucial part of Singapore’s
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The Nuclear Family & Women - The Foundation of Singapore’s Society?
Project Spotlights

The Nuclear Family & Women - The Foundation of Singapore’s Society?

In light of the recent repealing of Section 377A of the Penal Code, which criminalises sex between men in Singapore, many breathed a sigh of relief as the Singapore government finally took a
Are Electric Vehicles Really Sustainable?
Sustainability

Are Electric Vehicles Really Sustainable?

Electric Vehicle ImageAligned with growing global interest to slow down climate change, countries have been increasingly adopting methods to lower global temperature. The recent COP26 agreement set the global agenda on tackling climate
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Do we know the real cause behind the lack of women in tech?
Can EdTech be the path forward for China's education industry?
Education

Can EdTech be the path forward for China's education industry?

The education industry in China has undergone huge development during the past few years. The market has grown rapidly, and its value is estimated to reach US$572.51 billion by the end
5 min read
Mass Transit after COVID-19
NUS

Mass Transit after COVID-19

Importance of transit systems Mass transit services serve millions of people by bus, train, and rail for work, education, and business purposes, among others. Throughout history, a reliable and accessible means of public
4 min read
The challenges of Singapore Agrifood industry
Sustainability

The challenges of Singapore Agrifood industry

Singapore’s food security challenge Before Singapore became the densely packed city-state it is today, the island was a farmland with over 2,000 farms. This island that used to produce food in
5 min read