Hello, readers! I hope you’ve managed to get all your resolutions for 2014 settled! If not, well, 2015 is just around the corner for you to start anew! We ended last week on a sombre note, with Air Asia flight QZ8501 reportedly missing since early Sunday morning.
Vulcan Post managed to approach a number of entrepreneurs from Singapore and Malaysia to share their biggest regrets of 2014 in order to keep readers from making the same regrets and be more motivated for the year to come. Singaporean artist Thomas Yang, best known for his recently viral tyre art, also shared his artistic process with us in an interview. We also talked to a six-year-old boy in Singapore who’s saving the environment one recycleable trash at a time.
Meanwhile in Malaysia, an unlikely collaboration between a Shark Conversation Organization and a wedding planner shows great promise for an amazing Valentines day this coming February. Social media was abuzz with responses from Xiaxue’s post calling Gushcloud out for allegedly unethical marketing practices, which was responded by co-founder Althea in a personal statement and officially by Gushcloud on Christmas eve. On a lighter note, we’ve compiled the best games of 2014, games to look out for in 2015 and 30 tech gadgets we can’t wait to get our hands on in 2015.
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