In The Business Times' Weekend magazine tomorrow, read about how China's "Karaoke King" is turning part of Shanghai's waterfront into a mega museum of contemporary art.
The opulence continues in The Weekend Interview, with Ethan Koh's world of bespoke ultra-luxe bags made from the best alligator and crocodile skins that money can buy.
Also in the issue, Volkswagen Group Singapore's managing director Ricky Tay takes you on a drive down memory lane.
In the main paper, this Saturday's Brunch feature talks kaya toast, soft-boiled eggs and kopi with Ya Kun International's executive chairman, Adrin Loi.
Elsewhere in the paper, the Sass and the City column offers three wildly radical ways to fix Singapore. Valentine's Day might be over, but this week's Cubicle Files offers a guide on how to dish out tough love to employees who are not performing. Chocolates and flowers not included.