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23-year-old Adelene Stanley is youngest dancer to bring movement therapy to Singapore
At 18, she was the only Singaporean to dance with Grammy-nominated A Zulu Ballet. And after spending some time with performance dance, she is back in Singapore with a new dream - helping non-dancers reconnect with their bodies through movement therapy
Woman Warrior: She's a businesswoman, a mum and a volunteer police officer
The 1,800 female officers now make up 19 per cent of SPF, compared with 18 per cent last year. Women have been serving our country for ages and its time we appreciated their strength and bravery
Woman warrior: She survived "hell week" to make the cut as police elite force
1,800 female officers now make up 19 per cent of SPF, compared with 18 per cent last year. Women have been serving our country for ages and its time we appreciated their strength and bravery
Actress Joanne Peh goes behind camera, embarks on first directorial project
Joanne Peh has given commendable performances in local dramas like The Little Nyonya and A Tale of 2 Cities. But this month, for the first time in her thespian life, she will be scripting and directing a film
Singapore's New Women Trailblazers: Jamie Koh injects the Singaporean identity into craft spirit industry
Jamie is a daring entrepreneur. Her current entrepreneurial project fills a white space in the micro distillery business. Read on to find out more about how Jamie turned a risky venture into an endeavour that cultivates the Singaporean identity
Singapore's New Women Trailblazers: Annabelle Kwok's giving AI a human face
Annabelle Kwok is a visionary with a heart. The 26-year-old founder and CEO of Neuralbay has developed artificial intelligence software but her aim is not to replace jobs but to make the tech more accessible. Read on to find out more about her passion project