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SG100? Leading thinkers envision Singapore in 2065

SG100? Leading thinkers envision Singapore in 2065

SG100? Leading thinkers envision Singapore in 2065
Compiled into one exciting volume by Chua Mui Hoong, Opinion Editor of The Straits Times, leading thinkers give their take on trends that will shape Singapore in the next 50 years.

Will there even be a Singapore?
A Lee Kuan Yew-inspired New World Order?
How to face the ‘Chinese dilemma’ as China rises?
Politics in 2065: Primal or pragmatic?
Do you still need cows, if you can 3D print beef slices?
Can robot chefs serve quality char kway teow?
Cereal made from good bacteria, for your gut’s sake?
Will driverless cars become a reality?

Futurist guru Peter Schwart, leading “global city” sociologist Saskia Sassen, Prof Tommy Koh, Prof Wang Gungwu, diplomat Bilahari Kausikan, business guru Ho Kwon Ping and other opinion leaders explore the answers to these questions with thought-provoking musings that thrill, inspire and amuse.

About the Editor
Chua Mui Hoong is the Opinion Editor of The Straits Times. As part of her job, she works with in-house writers and a network of contributors in Singapore and beyond to produce commentaries for the newspaper’s Opinion pages. She joined the newspaper in 1991, and has written extensively on politics and public policy issues. She holds a degree in English literature from Cambridge University and
a Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Edited by Chua Mui Hoong
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Weight 0.40 grams
Author Chua Mui Hoong
ISBN 9789814642514
Size 180mm x 230mm (portrait)
Extent 132 pp, softcover
Hardcover / Softcover Softcover
Illustrated or Black & White Illustrated or Black & White
Language English
 
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