Saturday, 28 July 2012

Grand slam

The Grandstand is set to bring the buzz back to the old Turf City at Bukit Timah.

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Does data centre operational efficiency really matter?

Investing in data centre technology can reap benefits for a business

Western fast food tied to heart risks in Asia

Even relatively clean-living Singaporeans who regularly eat burgers, fries and other staples of U.S.-style fast food are at a raised risk of diabetes and more likely than their peers to die of heart disease, according to an international study.

Elite English school in Malaysia’s Iskandar region to take in students next month

A little piece of England will open its doors next month in Johor. The Malaysian branch of the English public school Marlborough College takes in its first batch of students on Aug 27.

Sunday, 22 July 2012

Europe developers turn to feng shui for better sales

Homes designed according to 4,000-year-old Chinese system a move to draw cash-rich Far East buyers

Property investors rush to cash in on China’s new ‘mini-Hong Kong’

Investors are snapping up property near a proposed US$45 billion business zone in the Chinese boom town of Shenzhen, betting that the government’s plans to further open its capital markets with a “mini-Hong Kong” will spur real estate values.