The index is a joint effort between IMD and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), which came up with the idea for a new way to measure smart cities.
The Straits Times published an article “Resisting the polarising pull of US-China rivalry” written by Professor Chan Heng Chee, 18 June 2019.
BT also reported about a digital solution designed by HASS Assistant Prof Lyle Fearnley and LKYCIC Director, Mr Poon King Wang and LKYCIC Adjunct Fellow, Dr Andy Zheng, that received special mention at this year's SG Mark awards.
Reuters wrote an article about how Singapore is innovating to secure its water supply for the future and featured quotes from LKYCIC director, Mr Poon King Wang.
Channel 8 ran a story on the Honk! app developed by SUTD and LKYCIC faculty and researchers together with Singapore company LDR Technology. The app won the Singapore Good Design Mark (SG Mark for short), an annual award "which sets the benchmark for good design and quality [and] was launched in 2013 by the Design Business
Straits Times featured the eco-friendly winners of the SG Mark, which included a recycling app created by HASS Assistant Prof Lyle Fearnley and LKYCIC’s Poon King Wang and Dr Andy Zheng, and co-developed together with Singapore company LDR Technology. The article can be accessed at https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/home-design/a-mark-of-success. The Singapore Good Design Mark (SG Mark for short) is an annual award "which
Tuesday Report: The Dream Catchers Ep 1 – Featuring Prof Chan Heng Chee (Mediacorp Channel 8, 29 Jan 2019)
Channel 8 programme, The Dream Catchers, featured Prof Chan Heng Chee, Chairman of the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC) and Singapore’s Ambassador-at-large, in their first episode.
Malaysian news portal Star2 featured a talk given by LKYCIC’s Dr Belinda Yuen at the 10th International Conference on World Class Sustainable Cities 2018.