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Successful Aging in Singapore: A Vision for our Future

  • By: Minister Gan
  • October 01, 2020

We must be nimble and continually adapt our strategies so that we can support both current and future generations of Singaporeans.

Singapore: An Island Nation with a Big Vision for Aging

  • By: Debra Whitman and Lina Walker
  • September 01, 2020

"..what Singapore lacks in space it makes up in vision — an expansive vision for inclusion and proper support that considers its whole population, even as the nation navigates its own changing demographic and economic realities."

AARP Newsmaker Interview with Dr. Mary Ann Tsao

  • By: Mary Ann Tsao
  • January 23, 2018

"Another issue is that older people in Singapore frequently do not seek care, and may not accept care even when offered. Being part of the community and having social capital in the neighborhood helps reluctant elders accept services more easily. "

The Business Case for Older Workers

  • By: Shunichi Miyanaga
  • January 01, 2017

In our work for MHI Executive Experts it has become clear that retired employees want their skills to be put to good use, and they want to be able to share their experience with the next generation of employees.

Heyday for Older Koreans

  • By: Benjamin Hong
  • January 01, 2016

"To execute Cigna’s business focus for customer centricity, Cigna Korea developed Heyday, which creates new value and contributes to a healthy society."

Jobs for Korean Boomers

  • By: Henry Kim
  • January 01, 2016

"Korean boomers clearly understand the current situation. They do not want to retire and wish to continue working beyond the general retirement age. The words that best describe them are “Neveretiree,” “amortality” (living agelessly), and “dystopic” (not optimistic about future)"

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