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STREET art is going legit as more artists get paid to paint on walls. Meet four of them in The Business Times' Weekend magazine tomorrow.
If you're a bibliophile, Kenny Chan has your dream job. The Weekend Interview gets between the lines with Books Kinokuniya's store and merchandising director.
In Weekend Food, find out everything you've ever wanted to know about wonton noodles.
As we celebrate Earth Day tomorrow, the main paper's Brunch feature looks at how the smallest thing in climate change can make a world of difference.
This week, Disrupted checks out Singapore's first automated underground bike park, a concept inspired by the need to make bicycles a practical form of urban transport.
Even as disruption affects products and services, employees are feeling its influence too. So, either your job gets disrupted, or you should pre-empt the disruption. Cubicle Files speaks to two executives who made the bold move of "disrupting" themselves.
In Music to My Ears, get a load of the black-lacquered beauties that are the Yamaha NS-5000 loudspeakers.
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