The Singaporean diaspora: Home Sweet Home - but only for a while

Freelancers like Ms Crunch Ranjani Rajandran find it easy to work both overseas and in Singapore.
Freelancers like Ms Crunch Ranjani Rajandran find it easy to work both overseas and in Singapore.PHOTO: CRUNCH RANJANI RAJANDRAN

SINGAPORE - In recent years, Ms Mariana Ahmad, 38, has lived and worked in places like Belfast, Georgia and Istanbul.

After university, she worked in the television and infocommunications industry in Singapore for eight years before heading to Europe.

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