Health, sustainability spur URA chief’s cycling lifestyle, Transport News & Top Stories


Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) chief executive Lim Eng Hwee has been cycling to work since he was chief planner for the authority some 10 years ago.

He is heartened by the uptrend in cycling and is hopeful that more people will take to the “iron horse” when cycling infrastructure becomes more developed.

At the URA, he has encouraged fellow colleagues to find biking buddies to cycle to work when they can.

The URA office in Maxwell Road is cyclist-friendly, with shower facilities and ample bike rests.

Mr Lim, 55, told The Straits Times that he has not cycled to work

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike launch music, gaming, lifestyle agency

Digital Journal has the scoop of their journey from the No. 1 DJs in the world to entrepreneurs. These world-renowned electronic stars joined forces with Miranda Huybers, who holds over 14 years of experience in the gaming industry. They launched a new agency venture, “The Smash Universe,” in order to create a synergy between the music and gaming industry.

This lifestyle agency will focus on offering management services for content creators, gamers and lifestyle influencers. They are fusing gaming, technology, lifestyle and digital music, all on a professional level.

Nick Depauw also partnered with this company and serves in the

DJ Neil Fox says coronavirus ‘inspired’ him to overhaul lifestyle in bid to beat diabetes


Celebrity DJ Neil ‘Dr’ Fox often burnt the candle at both ends during his days as a breakfast show presenter.

But the early starts and lack of sleep combined with the stress of a high profile court case in 2015 took their toll on his health.

Then, three years ago, he found himself with Type-2 diabetes.

Now Neil is determined to reverse the condition by following a strict diet and increasing his exercise levels – and is hopeful that he will be rid of it by Christmas.

“You can reverse it, but it takes hard work, because you need to

Amateur photographers take to Instagram to document movement | Lifestyle


RICHMOND, Va. — Eric Foster had just taken a photo that would later earn him over 1,000 likes on his Instagram account, thepreppyeric, when police shot the 23-year-old Black photographer in the leg with a tear gas canister.

It was Friday, May 29, the first night protesters in Richmond took to the streets in response to Minneapolis police killing George Floyd several days prior. Protesters rushed over to Foster to make sure he was OK, but he was too filled with adrenaline to care that he was hurt.

Foster was in his element. He works as a photographer, primarily taking