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

360WiSE Media Hires Top Law Firm “Cantor Colburn” For Their National and International Brand Legal Representation


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MIAMI, July 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cantor Colburn is one of the largest full-service intellectual property law firms in the United States, ranking in the Top 10 for trademarks and patents out of all US law firms over the last decade – #3 for utility patents, #6 for design patents, and #11 for trademarks (​ Ant-like Persistence ​). Cantor Colburn also handles complex IP litigation, transactions, due diligence, opinions, copyrights, trade secrets, post grant and ITC proceedings. More than 100 attorneys and

Fuelled by Volvo, China’s Geely Seeks Launchpad to Enter Auto Giant Orbit | Top News


By Yilei Sun and Brenda Goh

TAIZHOU, China/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese carmaker Geely plans to use a platform developed with input from Volvo to build new models in Malaysia for its partly owned Proton brand, a strategy that shows how it aims to accelerate its push to become China’s first global auto giant.

The yet-to-be-finalised plans for Proton are just one strand of a Geely project to revamp factories at home and abroad using joint platforms it has been perfecting with Volvo since 2013. Geely bought the Swedish brand 10 years ago for $1.8 billion – a deal that raised

Curating lifestyle treats to thank healthcare workers, Home & Design News & Top Stories


Thanking healthcare workers was not enough for Mr Adrian Tan.

The head of Ad Planet Group, Singapore’s largest local independent communication agency, corralled the creative forces of his team in May – when Singapore was in the midst of the circuit breaker – to “do something more”.

The result is a one-stop online platform called Lions of Healthcare We Thank You, which was launched last Wednesday and encourages companies in Singapore to reward healthcare staff with lifestyle treats.

Mr Tan, 64, says: “It all started in April, when my wife and I discussed how we could play a role in