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Unilever laundry brand Breeze joins SembWaste in recycling initiative across 50 schools in Singapore

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Partnering with children to save the planet – one step at a time

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OsakaKuma wants to transform the beauty industry by offering curated products using data and analytics

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First Japanese beauty and lifestyle retailer to use data as a tool to select its product offerings  Over 1,000 curated beauty and lifestyle products  A customer-centric and highly personalised shopping experience […]

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Stay connected with your kids with affordable myFirst gadgets

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Not long ago, many parents wondered at what age they should give their child full access to the car keys. Nowadays, parents face a trickier question: At what age should […]

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KooBits launches KooClass: A series of interactive animated lessons that will keep your kids meaningfully engaged during hbl

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Singapore-based gamified online learning platform KooBits is offering a free trial of the KooBits Premium plan, with the launch of KooClass, a series of interactive, animated classes to help children learn math in a fun and engaging way.

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Shine radiantly with Shiseido in BHG Beauty Curates

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With more hours clocked in sitting in front of a screen, our skin is exposed to blue light, and this quickens the ageing process of the skin. Don’t fret just […]

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How businesses can celebrate Women’s Day every day by better supporting women in the workplace

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the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA & CIMA) shares five actionable steps to foster greater gender parity

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Aunties need to stop asking young women to have kids

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It was two years ago, during our blissful pre-COVID days when on a lunch date with my girlfriends, I confidently declared that I don’t want kids in my future. The […]

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EtonHouse has launched a new website to help parents select the best-fit school for their child

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The EtonHouse International Education Group is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned and rebranded website at ​www.etonhouse.edu.sg​. The website has a streamlined and simplified design architecture, improved navigation, […]

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Are gender reveal parties really necessary?

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I am a 30-year-old single freelance writer; I am not a mother or plan to be one for a while! So, my opinions on the topic are based on in-depth research, interviews, and educated, though somewhat limited, understanding of the world, and not personal experiences.

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Dussehra amidst a pandemic

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Dussehra, Dassera, Dasha-Hara, or Durgotsav celebrates the triumph of good over evil across the country. Ramayana’s well-known epic tale, where Lord Rama defeats Ravana, is re-told through costumed skits and […]

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Is posting nude pictures on social media feminist?

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Right off the bat, the one question that comes to my mind when asked about feminism and what it represents, is could one singular action define what feminism is and […]

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Fa Mulan (in-between the lines; loyal, brave, and true)

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I have been agonizing over this article for about an hour now. Fa Mulan: what could I possibly say about her that hasn’t already been said? Is there any piece […]

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Stop pleasing, start living: An ‘Untamed’ review

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This book is a treasure trove of dazzling gems of wisdom that are so grounded in the reality that every line looks like a moment stolen from our own life.

All male bodies are beautiful too
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Let us talk about body positivity for men

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Look, building a fit, healthy body is an admirable goal, something everyone, regardless of their gender, should strive for. It only becomes dangerous when bodybuilding mutates into an unhealthy obsession, something we have seen all too much lately.

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No means No: Why can’t men understand the concept of consent?

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Disclaimer: If this topic, this issue, this entire concept somehow triggers you, offends you or makes you uncomfortable because it is not talked about often or you feel targeted here, then you can choose not to read it. However, in our opinion, you probably should. What the writer talks about here is not fiction or heresy; it is a topic backed by statistics, facts, and personal experiences.

Five Rachel Green outfits that are still in style in 2020
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Five Rachel Green outfits that are still in style in 2020

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Rachel Green represents the 90’s fashion era that never goes out of style, and we can see why. Five Rachel Green outfits that are still in style in 2020.

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Here’s why planning a wellness tour at least once in a lifetime is a must

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Travelling is an enriching experience. You leave the confines of your home and embark on a journey to widen your perspectives. Vacationing on a far-away land, you get to learn […]

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Why beauty waste is something to worry about and how can we fix it

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When someone talks about beauty and its standards, an Alessia Cara song “Scars to Your Beautiful” comes to mind. It goes something like this:  “She just wants to be beautiful. She […]

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