The oil and gas sector is still trying to get to grips with the doom and gloom surrounding the energy industry after the incredible tumble of oil prices of 2014. With layoffs and cuts at major energy firms in Malaysia and around the region, it might appear that the sector has fewer opportunities at the moment.… Read More


For most businesses, the customer is king. However, there is a very important part of the business that some owners routinely forget. This is the aspect of employee engagement. A study on employee engagement in Singapore reveals just how big this problem can be. Back in 2003, Gallup reported that a disengaged workforce cost the country’s economy a whopping $4.9 billion.… Read More

Bangkok’s Chinatown is a rare gem. Despite being one of the most famous spots in the city, it managed to avoid being completely commercialized. The place has a unique feel of authenticity. But this does not mean it doesn’t have the hustle and bustle of other tourist attractions. In fact, the incredible pace of this place can drive the casual visitor dizzy.… Read More


Congrats on making the decision to apply for a new job! Being a first-timer in anything can be intimidating, especially job applications, but it doesn’t have to be a nerve-wrecking experience.


If you’re applying for admin job for the very first time, whether it’s a creative job or others, these five skills are applicable in any types of jobs, so if you possess them, you’re way ahead of the pack:


  1. The ability to obtain and process information quickly

    Since this will be your first job, your hiring managers will understand the need to train you before taking on big responsibilities or projects.

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Biking is one of those timeless activities that is enjoyed by the majority of people on this planet, although there are a ton of different styles of bicycling. Road bikes have gotten extremely popular over the last handful of years, with more and more people wanting to get in on the action. When it comes to purchasing a road bike, things have changed dramatically over the last ten years or so.… Read More

Are you looking for a family property for sale in Singapore? Singapore, the southeast Asia city-state has become a major magnet for expats. Since 1973 the government of Singapore has restricted the ownership of residential property in the country by foreigners. The market is segmented to favor citizens of Singapore due to the limited supply, given that Singapore has limited land space.… Read More

You can get a good international school in Malaysia for your kids, and you can pick out the POWIIS Malaysia that you think will be great for your kids. Everyone gets to make a choice, and you need to see if you can find the one that you will like the most for the kids that you send to school.… Read More


Improving your eyesight doesn’t always have to involve getting Lasik surgery or wearing glasses. In fact, there are some things you can do to build your eye muscles and better your vision so you can avoid costly procedures later. Here are a few tips you may want to add to your health regimen.

Eat a Healthy Diet

Foods that are rich in antioxidants strengthen the eye muscles and can prevent eye conditions like cataracts and glaucoma.… Read More

Whether you’re looking to add Singapore real estate in your investment portfolio or relocate to Asia’s Lion City to start a new life, investing in the country’s real estate will be one of the most important decisions you’ll be making in your life. Thus, everything must be taken with a pinch of salt, resources rechecked thrice, and decisions weighed for more than one night.… Read More

Buying a serviced apartment unit, whether for personal use or rental income, can be a complicated process for those who do not have the experience nor the market knowledge. To add fuel to the already burning fire, shopping for serviced units as an expatriate in Singapore can be even more perplexing. Below is a comprehensive guide that answers all the important questions about serviced apartments.… Read More