Singapore Pulse and Singapore Heartbeat
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Catch up on a month’s news in under a minute with the Singapore Pulse and Singapore Heartbeat e-newsletters. Produced by The Straits Times and distributed by the Overseas Singaporean Unit, these free monthly e-newsletters include stories curated for the overseas Singaporean student and working professional, with topics spanning happenings in Singapore, policy announcements, business matters and information about internship opportunities, among others.
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Commonly asked questions
1. Why did the Overseas Singaporean Unit and the Straits Times collaborate to produce the Singapore Pulse and Singapore Heartbeat?
The Overseas Singaporean Unit was set up to engage overseas Singaporeans and keep them connected to home. As the oldest and most well-established newspaper in Singapore, The Straits Times is often the first source that Singaporeans turn to for the latest updates from home. This partnership underscores the importance of helping our fellow Singaporeans stay in touch with home.
2. What is the difference between the Singapore Pulse and the Singapore Heartbeat?
The Singapore Pulse is designed for the overseas Singaporean student, with topics covering happenings at home, jobs and latest trends, among other themes. The Singapore Heartbeat is designed for the overseas Singaporean working professional, with topics covering happenings at home, investment opportunities and news about over overseas Singaporeans, among other themes.
3. How do I get the Singapore Pulse or Singapore Heartbeat?
All overseas Singaporean students and working professionals on the OSU mailing list will receive either the Singapore Pulse or Singapore Heartbeat newsletters. To change which newsletter you would like to receive, please click on the appropriate links below.
4. When are the e-newsletters published?
Both e-newsletters are published and distributed in the first week of the calendar month.
5. Why are the e-newsletters published monthly?
News developments take place over days, sometimes weeks. With the Singapore Pulse and Singapore Heartbeat, readers will get an overview of the key highlights without missing important updates.
6. How can I keep myself updated more frequently?
If you would like more news from home, visit the special Singapore Connect microsite for overseas Singaporeans at www.straitstimes.com/singapore-connect.
7. Is this service free?
Yes, as long as you are a registered member of the Overseas Singaporean Portal this service is entirely free to you, courtesy of The Straits Times and the Overseas Singaporean Unit. You can read more articles on the Singapore Connect microsite, created just for you.
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