Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Tuesday, May 29.
KL-Singapore high-speed rail: Scrapping of project could impact plans for Jurong Lake District, say observers
Last year, the Urban Redevelopment Authority unveiled plans to turn the Jurong Lake District - where the terminus for the high speed rail was to have been sited - into Singapore's second Central Business District.
VIDEO: Devotees gather at monastery for peace and enlightenment to mark Vesak Day
Just before dusk on Monday, several hundred Buddhist monks and devotees began a gruelling journey around the Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery.
CareShield Life will improve insurance claims system, say caregivers, doctors
The new CareShield Life insurance system will aim to make the claims process easier than it is under the current ElderShield scheme when it takes effect in 2020 - a move welcomed by doctors and caregivers.
VIDEO: Living City: Old-world charm of Sembawang's kampung mosque
Venture beyond the housing estates and forests of Sembawang, and you will find Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang.
VIDEO: Trump-Kim Summit: Meetings between US, North Korean officials rev up
Negotiations between the United States and North Korea to pave the way for the summit between their two leaders on June 12 have kicked into higher gear since last Saturday's impromptu meeting between South Korea's President Moon Jae In and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
VIDEO: Malaysia moves to repeal controversial fake news law in first parliament sitting after polls
The fake news law was pushed through Parliament by the then-ruling Barisan Nasional government on April 2, despite numerous protests from opposition lawmakers and civil society groups that it would be misused to muffle dissent ahead of the looming general election.
The value of unpaid housework
The value of housework, more commonly called household production by economists, ranges from 19 per cent of gross domestic product for South Korea, to a high of 53 per cent of GDP for Portugal, 2011 figures from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD show.
Kim Keat project the top draw in May Build-To-Order launch, which features new measures to help young couples
The next BTO launch, which is in August, will offer about 4,300 flats in Punggol and Yishun.
Man fractures 4 teeth after being punched by Grab driver in dispute, police investigating
A Grab spokesman said that the safety of customers, including driver and passengers, is its absolute priority, and that it does not tolerate such behaviour. "The police investigation is ongoing and we will be cooperating fully," the spokesman added.
VIDEO: BTS is first K-pop group to top the Billboard 200 album charts
South Korean boyband BTS were, by one count, the most talked-about phenomenon on Twitter last year, with nearly double the number of mentions of US President Donald Trump and Canadian heart-throb singer Justin Bieber combined.