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Kaplan Singapore and Murdoch University support youth development in esports

MENA FN 11 May 2021
(MENAFN - The Arabian Post) First private education institution (PEI) to support the student esports development platformSINGAPORE – – 11 May 2021 – and its university partner, Murdoch University, announce their joint support for Campus Legends, an esports platform that sees the development of young gaming talents in Singapore.
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Hainan offers HK win-win opportunities

China Daily 11 May 2021
The Hainan Free Trade Port's development is aimed at attracting more capital, technology and talents and build Hainan into another Singapore, Dubai or Hong Kong in the future ... Moreover, Hainan connects Northeast Asia including Japan and the Republic of Korea with Southeast Asia that includes Singapore, Thailand and other ASEAN countries ... .
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BioNTech to set up Asia-Pacific hub, vaccine plant in Singapore

Kyodo 10 May 2021
German biotechnology company BioNTech SE said Monday it has chosen Singapore for its first regional hub in the Asia-Pacific region and will also set up a manufacturing facility in the city-state to produce mRNA-based vaccines ... "Singapore provides an excellent business climate, growing biotechnology industry and rich talent base," he said.
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Vaccine maker BioNTech to set up regional headquarters, manufacturing site in Singapore

Straits Times 10 May 2021
It added that the expansion plan is supported by Singapore's Economic Development Board (EDB) ... "Every significant investment that we attract into Singapore will certainly strengthen the overall ecosystem within Singapore�because this will enable us to grow our talent pool - from management to production control and quality assurance.".
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Vaccine maker BioNTech to set up regional HQ, manufacturing site in S'pore

Straits Times 10 May 2021
It added that the expansion plan is supported by Singapore's Economic Development Board (EDB) ... "Every significant investment that we attract into Singapore will certainly strengthen the overall ecosystem within Singapore�because this will enable us to grow our talent pool - from management to production control and quality assurance.".
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Former minister Khaw Boon Wan to be chairman of not-for-profit entity after SPH media restructuring

Straits Times 10 May 2021
SINGAPORE - Former Cabinet minister Khaw Boon Wan will chair the board of the new not-for-profit entity to be set up after Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) restructures its media operations ... Mr Khaw added that while he has been "blissfully content" in retirement in the last year, "I cannot allow a Singapore institution to go into decline".
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BioNTech to set up regional HQ, vaccine plant here

Straits Times 10 May 2021
It added that the expansion plan is supported by Singapore's Economic Development Board (EDB) ... "Every significant investment that we attract into Singapore will certainly strengthen the overall ecosystem within Singapore, because this will enable us to grow our talent pool - from management to production control and quality assurance," said Mr Chan.
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Khaw to be chairman of new SPH media entity

Straits Times 10 May 2021
Former Cabinet minister Khaw Boon Wan will chair the new entity set up after Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) restructures its media operations ... While he has been "blissfully content" in retirement in the past year, "I cannot allow a Singapore institution to go into decline" ... Fortunately, I know the breadth and depth of talents in SPH Media.
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Every day's Mother's Day for Inez and her buddy

Straits Times 10 May 2021
Mums deserve recognition beyond that one day, and that is why the jovial Inez, one of the most talented players in the Singapore Golf Association's national squad, had not pencilled in the recent Mother's Day as a special occasion ... 15th out of 24 among Singapore's leading golfers.
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Golf: Mum's more than just a word for Inez Ng

Straits Times 10 May 2021
SINGAPORE - Literature about Mother's Day is wide and varied ... That is why the jovial Inez, one of the most talented players in the Singapore Golf Association's national squad, had not pencilled in one date (Sunday, May 9) as a special day but believes that her mother, Irene, is the sum of so many attributes.
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Lawmakers urge government to include blue-collar workers in talent program

Taipei Times 10 May 2021
Highly skilled blue-collar workers are being excluded from government attempts to attract foreign talent, lawmakers yesterday told a joint meeting of the legislature’s Economics Committee, Social Welfare and Environmental Hygiene Committee, and Education and Culture Committee.
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Will you pay up to $188 for JJ Lin's virtual concert?

Straits Times 09 May 2021
Last seen onstage in Singapore in December 2019, Lin and his team have devised a new concert format, said to ... One of Singapore's biggest musical exports, Lin signed with a top Hollywood talent agency, United Talent Agency, to represent him in the United States and Europe.
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Will you pay $188 to attend a virtual concert? That's the price of the top ...

Straits Times 09 May 2021
Last seen on stage in Singapore in December 2019, Lin and his team have come up with a new concert ... One of the biggest musical exports of Singapore, Lin was signed in April by a top Hollywood talent agency, United Talent Agency, to represent him in the United States and Europe.
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New book looks back at ESM Goh's leadership

Straits Times 07 May 2021
At present, Singapore takes in around 30,000 new PRs annually. But Singapore must not give the impression that foreign skills and talents are not welcome, Mr Goh said, adding that the Government must try its best to explain the need for foreigners to help the country compete on the global stage.
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Singapore has to rely on foreigners to meet tech job demand

Shenzhen Daily 06 May 2021
Singapore is emerging as a regional tech hub but headhunters say it faces a severe talent crunch as more firms move in ... Singapore also needs to build a strong pipeline of local tech talent by involving financial institutions, individuals and the government, the central banker said.
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