News You Can Use – March 2015 – Issue 5

Selected news articles from ‘Singapore’ sources in Factiva.com (Issue 5 covers 25-31 Mar 2015). To read the full-text, search under Factiva.com (access for NTU staff/students). Not sure how to search? Click here.

Adults turn to colouring books to destress
The Straits Times, 31 March 2015, 918 words, (English)
New York – It may surprise fans of Johanna Basford’s intricately hand-drawn colouring books that the artist is, by her own admission, “pretty bad” at colouring.

Culture Vulture; When netizens unite with respect
The Straits Times, 31 March 2015, 1065 words, Ong Sor Fern, (English)
Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s death has shown that online, there is eloquence, creativity and sensitivity in Singaporeans
I have been mulling the world of social media in the past week and wondering if there might be a tipping point now where online …

Ads in newspapers, magazines may be more effective: WPP chief
Business Times Singapore, 31 March 2015, 838 words, Neil Behrmann, (English)
Advertising and other media spending in the Asia-Pacific region estimated to rise to US$296b in 2015
London
MARTIN Sorrell, chief executive of WPP, the giant ad agency and communications group, believes that advertisers need to reconsider …

Gushcloud draws up rules on good social media marketing practices ; Draft guidelines include ethics assessment for influencers, advertisers…
TODAY (Singapore), 31 March 2015, 641 words, Yvonne Lim, (English)
SINGAPORE — Social media agency Gushcloud has come up with a set of guidelines on good conduct when engaging social media “influencers” for its staff, in the wake of a debacle earlier this month that saw the agency come under heavy …

Old meets new at Golden Mile Tower
The Straits Times, 27 March 2015, 942 words, Isaac Neo, (English)
Will new cinema usher in revival for a neglected, ailing complex?
MANY of the shops are shuttered, and the paint is peeling, but the remaining eateries and KTV lounges in Golden Mile Tower carry on business as usual.

About Law Loo Shien

I am with the Resources, Discovery and Access team at NTU Library. There was once I scored a D for an undergraduate module on Political Philosophy, but it was the best course I'd ever taken. It planted the seeds of intellectual growth, and gave me a framework to understand human nature.
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