One of the most interesting regular features in the Straits Times is the Supper Club interview. It’s published every Saturday in the section titled ‘Saturday’ (Part D), filled with features and commentaries that touch on the most pertinent issues of the day. For me, this section is a must-read. I pull it out every Saturday and carry it around with me for the rest of the week.
In this interview, the chief executive of ITE, Mr Bruce Poh, talks about the long road ahead to coaxing Singaporeans to be less obsessive about getting a degree, what needs to be done for Singapore to be like Germany and Switzerland – which celebrate master craftsmen – and why people should not jump to conclusions about ITE students.
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