National Reading Movement

Malay Horror Stories That’ll Keep You Up At Night

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We’ve all heard a story or two about Pontianaks, Toyols and Pochongs. But what if Malay supernatural folklore is not enough for you? Here are three recently published Malay horror stories for the absolutely dauntless! Penunggu (Watchman) by Siti Rozilah  Source: https://goo.gl/csYWB7 First up we have a story perfect for those who believe in guardian […]

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Three Books that May Change Your Perspective on Life and Money

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Life can be an endless rat race, especially when the world around us is on a pointless pursuit to get ahead financially. Source: https://gph.is/1wtAyll If that’s the case, it’s time to pause to get some mental and spiritual reflection. Here are three books that may change your perspective on life and money. The Rent Collector […]

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The Best Poetry Knows No Age Limit – Anne Lee Tzu Pheng

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Do you remember the National Day song, My People, My Home? Well, meet the Singapore female poet behind the lyrics to that song: Anne Lee Tzu Pheng. On top of writing one of the most iconic National Day songs, she has also written five volumes of poems, three of which won the National Book Development […]

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Behind the Global Financial Crisis

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It has been 11 years since the onset of the 2008 global financial crisis. The economic emergency started in the United State’s subprime mortgage market, and soon snowballed into an international crisis. Source: https://gph.is/2gpTnXQ Are you curious to find out how you can protect yourself against such crises in the future? Today, we’ll explore books […]

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Singlit Sat: Why You Should Fail

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I’ve always dreamt of starting a business of my own. But lately, it seems like it is everyone’s dream as well. At every corner, I’m hit by so many success stories of Singaporean entrepreneurs while here I am struggling to get by. That got me wondering: how did these entrepreneurs get to where they are […]

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