The Vietnamese government is using social marketing to change consumer behavior, but unlike private sector marketing, the goal is to benefit consumers rather than the marketer.
Paul French discusses the effect of China’s one-child policy on healthcare spending, pensions and social welfare.
The Titans of the Past Exhibition at the Science Center Singapore features real fossils that highlight the growth and behavior of prehistoric animals.
National University of Singapore’s Professor Tommy Koh highlights the importance of treasuring water and discusses solutions to conserve water.
In the era of smartphones and tablets, SMU Associate Professor Ding Xuhua predicts that the battle between data security experts and hackers will increasingly shift to mobile devices.
SMU Assistant Professor Hoon Chang Yau argues for the need to move away from an essentialist view of identity to one that is aligned with the complexities of the 21st century.
Assoc Profs John Donaldson and Forrest Zhang concur with the Chinese government’s decision to retain its two-tier land tenure system, a key factor behind China’s rise as an Asian powerhouse.
As Asia braces for an unprecedented ‘silver tsunami’, SMU Assoc Prof Rhema Vaithianathan is studying how it is changing not only the way we fund care for the elderly, but also how that care is being delivered.
Despite its high poverty level, Bangladesh has achieved lower infant mortality rates compared to India, Pakistan and Nepal.
In Part 2 of an editorial, Professor Pushkar of BITS Pilani-Goa explains why Indian parents are so interested in sending their children to engineering colleges.