Growth in export-reliant Singapore suffers a surprise sharp contraction.
Legal action to be taken against FB users who post fake news about PM’s health.
Government warns it will take action against Facebook users posting fake news related to health of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Singapore has been described as “a thriving hub for artificial intelligence”. In May 2019, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) released the first edition of “A Proposed Model AI Governance Framework”.
While the People’s Action Party (PAP), which has governed since independence, can orchestrate a smooth power transition domestically, the next prime minister faces a turbulent external security environment resulting from unpredictable leadership in other areas of the world.
PM announces he is discharged from hospital and will return to the Kingdom today.
PM Hun Sen is recovering in Singapore after medical treatment on his shoulder.
Long hours at school, hours of homework and being forced by parents to have private tuition are taking a toll on students in Singapore.
Singaporean Foreign Minister send condolences to victims of building disaster in Sihanoukville.
PM Hun Sen and his Singaporean counterpart agree “not to scratch old wounds”.
Himawari Hotel Apartments hosted a grand Guest Appreciation Event at its Sunflower Ballroom to commemorate its 18th anniversary on Friday.
Hong Kong’s reputation as a stable financial hub is shaken.
Cambodian and Singaporean officials hold a closed-door meeting, one month after tensions flared.
According to research by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), Singapore is the world’s most religiously diverse nation. Buddhists, Taoists, Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jews, people of other faiths as well as atheists and agnostics all live in relative peace on this tiny island.
Gen Hun Manet meets with Singapore’s national security and foreign ministers.
Hun Manet meets with Singapore’s national security and foreign ministers.
Cambodian and Singaporean officials address Lee Hsien Loong statements.
SmartStart seeks to help young Cambodian university students launch their own tech startups
Singapore affirms it had no sympathy for the Khmer Rouge.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed his ‘regret’ over the comment made by his Singaporean counterpart
Vietnam says that Mr Lee’s comments “did not objectively reflect the historical truth”.
Tea Banh lashes out at Singaporean PM over the Vietnamese intervention.
To put the fact straight, not only that Singapore has never denounced auto-genocide conducted by the Pol Pot regime, Singapore even recognised the rogue state and killing machine and provided military assistance.
The annual Shangri-La Dialogue kicked off in Singapore last Friday. Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe and Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan attended the event and made a speech, raising observers’ expectations on this year’s Dialogue.
Singapore’s food court chain, Food Republic, opened its first Cambodian outlet at Aeon Mall Sen Sok on May 30, giving local and foreign foodies the chance to enjoy a variety of street food in the comfort of an air-conditioned venue.
Singapore aims to rely less on imports to feed its 5.6 million people.
Defence Minister leaves for Singapore to attend the 18th Asia Security Summit.
There is too much at stake at the Shangri-La Dialogue taking place this week in Singapore particularly with the escalating trade war between two superpowers, which now threatens to boil over into the South China Sea.
Singapore’s Foreign Minister deliveres a speech in Washington on May 15, during which he called on the US not to view China purely as an adversary to be contained.