Singapore singles need more opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people: Survey

Singapore singles need more opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people: Survey

10.10.2019

Singapore singles need more opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people: Survey

SINGAPORE — Most single people enjoy going on dates, but lack opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people, a new survey has found.

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Singles need more opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people: SurveySINGAPORE — Most single people enjoy going on dates, but lack opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people, a new survey has found.

Mental health in Hong Kong at its worst level in eight years, affected by ongoing social unrest: surveyHongkongers’ mental health has deteriorated to its worst level in eight years, with ongoing anti-government protests adding to the stress experienced by residents, according to an annual survey released on Wednesday.The study, carried out by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, surveyed 1,009 residents

Singles need more opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people: SurveySINGAPORE — Most single people enjoy going on dates, but lack opportunities, time and energy to date and meet new people, a new survey has found.

Innovation, sustainability at the heart of Singapore's energy ecosystemSWIMMING against the rising tide is an uphill battle. Around the world, nations are in a race against time as the accelerated melting of ice sheets forebode prolonged droughts, new diseases and intense heatwaves. At the heart of this longstanding movement in South-east Asia is Singapore, with a keen eye on new solutions that bridge the gap between its limited supply of alternative energy resources and its need to strengthen capabilities around mitigating climate change. Read more at The Business Times.

2nd date added for Eric Chou’s concert at Singapore Indoor StadiumOrganisers Unusual Entertainment have announced an additional show on Dec 13 with tickets going on sale this Friday (Oct 11).

Motley Fool ceasing Singapore operations over regulatory issuesTHE Motley Fool Singapore is ceasing operations over a regulatory bind with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Read more at The Business Times.

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