Channel NewsAsia presents: Looking Ahead

Channel NewsAsia presents: Looking Ahead 2

Channel NewsAsia presents: Looking Ahead (Two episodes)

  • Premieres Wednesday, 7th February 2018
  • Wednesday, 7th and 14th February: 8.00pm (SIN/KL/MNL)
  • Watch it online from 7th February, 8pm:

www.channelnewsasia.com/looking-ahead

LOOKING AHEAD: The world is changing fast and keeping up takes foresight and planning. In Singapore, what is being done to ensure that we stay relevant when it comes to global competitiveness? What about making the everyday lives of our citizens smooth and liveable? And how are we being responsible stewards of our resources when it comes to waste management?

Small steps can be taken but in this series, we look at the mega projects that have been undertaken to address those questions. We look at the construction of Changi Airport Terminal 5 (T5) at Changi East and the Tuas mega port; the development of the Jurong Lake District; as well as the building of the Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) and phase two of the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS).

What are the challenges faced and the innovations underway? What can we expect when these projects are completed? All these and more will be featured in this exciting two-part series.

Channel NewsAsia presents: Looking AheadEpisode 1: Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Changi Airport Terminal 5 (T5) at Changi East and Tuas Mega Port

In this fast changing world, how can a small nation like Singapore stay relevant? How do we compete with the world? In this first one-hour episode, we look at two projects that will up our game – T5 at Changi East and the Tuas mega port.

Channel NewsAsia presents: Looking Ahead 1

Episode 2: Wednesday, 14th February 2018

Jurong Lake District, Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) and Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS 2).

In Singapore, steps have been taken to ensure that liveability remains high and in Jurong Lake District, it will all come together. Sustainability is also being addressed in two interlinked projects – the IWMF and DTSS 2.

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