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An action-packed BT Weekend
IF you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. Not New York, but China, where Singapore chef Jereme Leung and entrepreneurs Jackie Zhang and William Ding have carved a successful niche in the country's tough F&B market.
Read about their success stories while planning a holiday in the mountain resort of Kamikochi in the Japanese Alps.
And find out how good a ride the new diesel-powered Bentley Bentayga SUV is. Hint: it goes like The Flash.
For more fast cars and superhero references, check out The Steering Column, a new regular motoring column in the main paper. This week, The Steering Column takes you on a spin in the new Audi R8 Spyder, a car Tony Stark would have approved of.
Every man and his dog has a "personal brand" these days. Cubicle Files finds out what personal branding is all about and examines common misconceptions about the idea.
Ever fantasised about being able to walk away from your cubicle altogether? Disrupted contemplates investing in cryptocurrency, a market that is now worth more than US$110 billion.
Is being a young person today too much to handle? This week's Brunch feature looks at the mental health abyss that growing numbers of young people face today.
Fine Print takes a good look at a new book by Kishore Mahbubani and Jeffery Sng, The Asean Miracle: A catalyst for peace, while Music to My Ears reviews Dream Theater's The Astonishing.
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