Longer lives, longer careers?
WITH news recently of government and employers recalibrating what “retirement age” really means in the context of Industry 4.0, there is still one nagging question that older workers are asking: “Will I run out of money before I run out of life?”
The joy of text
HOW many times have you tripped on your own writing and screeched to a halt at the keyboard with these head-scratchers: "Is it anymore or any more?"; "What in heaven's name is an Oxford comma?"; "Should I use like or such as?"
Stories that inspire more to do good
A PICTURE paints a thousand words, it is said, and today, just one digital story in the avatar of a video can inspire a thousand acts of charity.
Is Asia giving back enough?
IN the 1992 film version of Dominique Lapierre's novel City of Joy, set in the squalor of Kolkata's slums, Patrick Swayze plays a down-in-the-mouth American doctor opposite Om Puri's penurious Indian rickshaw-puller.