Singapore breaks speed dating world record


"This increase in speed will affect more people than ever, because for the first time in history the majority of the world's population are now living in urban centres." Professor Wiseman is worried by the rising need for speed.

Life will not be as simple as the one he had when he was a mere student at the University of Texas at Austin.

A multiple SEA Games winner, an Asian Games champion, a Commonwealth Games and World Championships medallist, Schooling was already on the radar of world swimming prior to Rio.

The world record for the longest continuous journey in a hydrogen car has been broken.

Each celebrity will join one of the 15 dating groups of 40 people each and will have 20 dates with other participants.

After the speed dating session finishes, participants can mingle and enjoy each other’s company and a great night of music performed by international artists.

The most dramatic increases were found in Asia among the fast-growing "tiger" economies.

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