IF you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. Not New York, but China, where Singapore chef Jeremy Leung and entrepreneurs Jackie Zhang and William Ding have carved a successful niche in the country’s tough F&B market.
Read about their success stories while planning a holiday in the mountain resort of Kamikochi in the Japanese Alps.
And find out how good a ride the new diesel-powered Bentley Bentayga SUV is. Hint: it goes like The Flash.
For more fast cars and superhero references, check out The Steering Column, a new regular motoring column in the main paper. This week, The Steering Column takes you on a spin in the Audi R8 Spyder, a car Tony Stark would have approved of.
Every man and his dog has a “personal brand”, these days. Cubicle Files finds out what personal branding is all about and examines common misconceptions about the idea.
Also, this week, Disrupted contemplates investing in cryptocurrency, a market that is now worth more than US$110 billion.
Being young can be a rather fraught experience. This week’s Brunch feature looks at the mental health abyss that growing numbers of young people face today.
Fine Print takes a good look at a new book by Kishore Mahbubani and Jeffery Sng, The ASEAN Miracle: A catalyst for peace, while Music to My Ears reviews Dream Theater’s The Astonishing.
To subscribe, visit btsub.sg/weekend