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SLKOR and Kinghelm integrate ‘benchmark management’ with the ‘PDCA Deming cycle,’ fostering continuous management innovation!

GetNews 18 Jul 2024
By 2024, its products passed California 65 testing standards, with plans to recruit agents globally and establish overseas offices in Singapore, Istanbul (Turkey), and Amsterdam (Netherlands).
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Singapore authority puts a student and a public servant on restriction orders for supporting terrorists

Hindustan Times 15 Jul 2024
Singapore, The government has imposed ... The boy, not identified by the authorities, considered carrying out attacks in Singapore, and started an online chat group, hoping to recruit 60 to 100 people.
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2024 China•Tianjin•Binhai New Area Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (Overseas Competition) is Open for Registration

The Manila Times 12 Jul 2024
With Hong Kong SAR and Singapore as the pivotal hubs, this overseas competition is recruiting globally for world-leading talents and projects in scientific and technological innovation ... Singapore and other International Division.
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Neuroimaging study shows the surprising impact of role-playing on brain-to-brain synchrony

PsyPost 10 Jul 2024
The study involved 83 pairs of friends from Singapore and Italy. Participants were recruited in two waves, with 41 pairs from Singapore and 42 pairs from Italy.
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Parents spend big on summer English camps

Korea Times 10 Jul 2024
Private education agencies in countries like the US, UK, the Philippines, and Singapore are recruiting Korean students for four-week English camps, with costs ranging from 4 to 13 million won, varying by country and institution.
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Singapore is making life tougher for global talent

Taipei Times 09 Jul 2024
It is employment pass renewal season in Singapore, and the new regime is dominating the conversation at after-work cocktails on Fridays ... “At times we do feel that the talent in Singapore may not be ready for senior level jobs,” she said.
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New psychology research reveals a surprising fact about ghosting

PsyPost 01 Jul 2024
They recruited 201 working adults in Singapore who described either ghosting someone or being ghosted ... The study recruited 271 participants from the United States who imagined scenarios of ghosting or being ghosted with these specified reasons.
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Singapore encourages young people to donate blood

Xinhua 29 Jun 2024
SINGAPORE, June 29 (Xinhua) -- Singapore's Health Science ... Singapore encourages young people to donate blood.
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Competitiveness of Taiwan falls in IMD ratings

Taipei Times 18 Jun 2024
Taiwan should also deepen international cooperation to address geopolitical and climate change challenges, and improve the cultivation of domestic talent and recruit foreign professionals for key industries, it said.
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Govt not hiring S'poreans to teach English here, says PM

The Star 14 Jun 2024
PUTRAJAYA. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has denied claims that Malaysia is considering recruiting teachers from Singapore to teach English. Read full story ... .
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Spies aren’t who you think they are

Asiatimes 11 Jun 2024
Beijing accused the United Kingdom of recruiting spies in China, just after British authorities charged two men with violating the Official Secrets Act on behalf of Beijing ... Singapore’s transition makes a mockery of Cambodia’s.
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PAP refresh exercise not undertaken because of GE, says Desmond Lee

Straits Times 08 Jun 2024
The party wants to recruit more widely as Singapore becomes more diverse ....
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U.S., ‘Five Eyes’ allies warn China recruiting Western military trainers

Asahi News 06 Jun 2024
... companies in China, Kenya, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, the U.K, and the United Arab Emirates for their roles in recruiting Western military talent for PLA aviation training.

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