Tomorrow, set sail for Fiji as The Business Times' Weekend magazine shows you the warmth and resilience of this Pacific archipelago's inhabitants.
If you're planning to feather your nest, check out some of the pieces launched by homegrown designers at Singapore Design Week, in Weekend Design.
Elsewhere in the magazine, Gillian Tan, the founder of Clicknetwork, talks about the future of television in The Weekend Interview.
If you're looking for something good to watch, Cult Status has just the thing: a Japanese social experiment that's arguably the best thing on Netflix.
On the audio front, put your ear up against the German Physiks HRS-130 loudspeaker in Music to My Ears.
In the main paper's Brunch feature, find out how Garena, South-east Asia's most valuable startup, is decoding the millennial generation.
This week's Disrupted column takes a hard look at the Cisco Spark Board, a new digital whiteboard that seeks to overhaul the traditional meeting room and make meetings fun again.
But if work is starting to feel a little less rewarding, there is a chance you're being sidelined. Cubicle Files finds out how to spot the signs.
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