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Elderly man's body found at Jurong Lake Park

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: The body of a man in his seventies was found at Jurong Lake Park on Tuesday (Aug 23).

Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said they were alerted to the incident at 2.10pm, and sent an ambulance and a fire engine to the scene. 63 more words

Current Affairs

Beijing Gets 70% Of Its Needed Water From The Yangtze River: Is This Sustainable?

Beijing gets 70% water from Yangtze River diversion

Source: Xinhua | August 21, 2016, Sunday | ONLINE EDITION

ABOUT 70 percent of water used in Beijing comes from China’s Yangtze River valley through a massive water diversion program, water authorities have said. 198 more words

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The Ugliest Economic Data I’ve Ever Seen (Part 2)

By Andrew Hoffman – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

It’s Thursday morning – and there are nearly a dozen “PM bullish, everything-else-bearish” headlines worthy of distinct articles.  Such as… 1,438 more words

GDP & Employment

A Stranger Things Anime Is Not The Worst Idea

(Source: kotaku.com)

A young girl with mysterious powers, nerdy kid heroes, a grizzled old cop, a creepy older brother…swap out Toto and Foreigner for some J-pop and you’re practically there. 97 more words

Technology

China to prosecute 26 over US$7.6b 'Ponzi scheme'

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

China will prosecute 26 people linked to a peer-to-peer lender for fraud and illegal fundraising, state media said late Tuesday, in a case labelled a Ponzi scheme for allegedly bilking investors of US$7.6 billion. 205 more words

Money Matters

China to prosecute 26 over $10.2 billion 'Ponzi scheme'

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SHANGHAI (AFP) – China will prosecute 26 people linked to a peer-to-peer lender for fraud and illegal fundraising, state media said late on Tuesday (Aug 16), in a case labelled a Ponzi scheme for allegedly bilking investors of US$7.6 billion (S$10.2 billion). 202 more words

Current Affairs

Asian shares retreat as oil slips; yuan pulls peers higher

Asian shares fell on Thursday, reversing recent gains following losses on Wall Street, though regional currencies rose after Beijing let the Chinese yuan strengthen to mark the one-year anniversary of a landmark devaluation. 572 more words

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