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Kishin RK of Royal Brothers property fame is flexing his hard-earned muscle as a savvy deal-maker whose latest project in Robertson Quay is poised to redefine the hospitality and lifestyle landscape in Singapore.

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Workout fanatics who turn their passion into profession

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What people do, why and where as told to Rachel Loi

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National youth tennis player Matthias Wong becomes the first Singaporean to win a match at the Longines Future Tennis Aces tournament - which runs alongside the French Open - in Paris.

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The travel industry is hustling to cater to a new set of frequent flyers who are short, picky about inflight entertainment and occasionally need to be burped.

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The resell market is booming. What makes it tick?

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It may be a skinny country, but when it comes to stunning landscapes, rich wine regions, hipster lifestyle and ancient culture, Chile is bursting at the seams.

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Design and architecture aren't always about creating good-looking buildings or spaces. They can also be agents of social change. Three projects show how architects are transforming rural communities in Japan and Malaysia.

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There are more than 1,100 centenarians in Singapore, and that number is rising every year. You can be one of them.

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From 'Zero Waste Runners' to green farmers, Singaporeans are finding ways to help save the environment.

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Forget the daily commute to the office. In future, you could be working for any company in the world from anywhere in the world. Being a digital nomad - that's a remote working person - could be the way to go.

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Street art goes legit as more artists get paid to paint on walls. Tay Suan Chiang meets four of them.

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Four enthusiastic home cooks have taken the plunge and opened their own restaurants - without leaving the comfort of their own homes. Rachel Loi pops in on them.

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Still growing kai lan in your backyard? Be inspired to do more by four Singaporeans who have started their own farms overseas.