The Business Times: As Singapore's only financial daily, BT covers corporate news in the Republic as well as the startup, wealth, property, and SME scenes. As part of the banking and finance team, I look at crypto, blockchain, banks, and sustainability.
Young lawyers find fulfilment, balance as they strike out on their own
Behind the exodus of junior lawyers
Cryptocurrencies have an inequality problem: A growing wealth gap
Gaming for a living: Are NFT games a fair gig or low-wage exploitation?
VIDEO: BT Explains: The Flip Side of the Coin
VIDEO: Can Singapore grow into South-east Asia’s Electric Vehicle Hub?
Crypto crackdowns could drive mainstream adoption
EV agenda draws various sectors vying for slice of the pie
Things didn't smell right at Wirecard - then a whistleblower was stonewalled
Calls to guard against greenwashing as sustainable investing races ahead
Singapore is flush with crypto startups, but trails in funding
The law's middleman
Rethinking mental health: wellness startups and apps on the upswing
ESG is having its moment, and so are its female champions
Lower-income hit hardest by Covid-19, as better off still buying stocks, homes, cars
Lessons from a Crisis for Singapore
Singapore law firms find bliss in unions when seen as equals
As opposition makes inroads, is Singapore's political culture shifting?
As migrant mental health suffers in Singapore dorms, aid groups rally
South Asian eateries in U.S. distinguishing cuisine from 'Indian food' umbrella
Not All Accents Are Equal. My Singaporean Accent Apparently Sucks.
‘Satellite Babies’ Are Raised Abroad, Then Return to the U.S.—And Their Parents
Crazy funny Asians: the comics proving Western stereotypes are laughable
Singaporean immigrants taking a bite out of the Big Apple
Academics concerned Singapore’s fake news laws will stifle freedom
The future of the fight to preserve Uyghur culture
Singapore-born siblings introduce kopitiam culture to New York
Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe
Bibles in a Bar? Churches in Bed-Stuy reinvent, consolidate, and move
TODAY: TODAY was Singapore's first free commuter newspaper and second-most-read daily before it turned fully digital in September 2017. My work here spanned a range of beats, from local politics, law, health to manpower.