EAT what, Singapore? We may be intent on saving traditional hawker food but a growing breed of young local Singapore chefs want to go further to develop a truly modern Singapore cuisine. Also in this week’s magazine, we look at the dark side of being a high-flyer – the phenomenon of high-functioning addicts who juggle their affliction with high-paying careers. On the lighter side, find out the best way to fit a blazer into your weekend wardrobe without melting from the heat.
In the main paper, Brunch takes a look at the high life – the development of the luxury penthouse market in Singapore.
How should companies deal with diversity? A disgruntled employee’s memo shows Google caught between a rock and a hard place. Cubicle Files explores the issue.
Disrupted watched the 2017 NDP live and saw how the Shooting Star Drones stole the show.
Music To My Ears reviews Spendor’s D7 speakers and Larry Coryell’s latest – Seven Secrets.
The Finish Line kicks off football season with a spotlight on five teams that will be making a big push for the English Premier League trophy.
In BT Motoring, the Lexus LC’s chief engineer explains why Lexus built the car that nobody said they would. Porsche’s Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo, our reviewer finds, is really more about street cred than utility. And luxury carmakers gear towards back seat bliss.
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