3 September 2017 | An Overview of China’s Left-behind Children
Dr Hu Shu gave a demographic overview on internal migration & left-behind children in China, and discussed the impact of parental migration on their well-being, as well as its policy implications.
6 August 2017 | How to Prevent Dementia?
Dr Feng Lei shared his findings on the risk factors for dementia as well as early prevention measures to promote cognitive health.
2 July 2017 | Donation Behaviour in Singapore Older Adults
Dr Yu Rongjun shared his research findings whereby greater generosity in later life may provide emotional gratification and a sense of purpose for older adults.
4 June 2017 | Fathers as Active Caregivers
CFPR Director Prof Jean Yeung discussed the various factors affecting Asian fathers’ involvement as active caregivers. Dr Hu Shu translated the article to Mandarin.
7 May 2017 | Raising Bilingual Children: Advantages, Challenges and Strategies for Success
A/P Leher Singh shed light on how bilingualism influences early child development. Her team's studies at the NUS Infant and Child Language Centre suggest that learning two languages may endow children with greater linguistic flexibility and open their systems up to learning additional languages.
2 April 2017 | What do children bring to parents?
Dr Mu Zheng discussed the differential influences of parenthood on mothers and fathers regarding their labour force participation, income, and time use patterns. She argued that mothers faced much greater difficulties than fathers in juggling their roles as career women and parents, particularly in the Asian context.
5 March 2017 | Is Filial Piety a Reliable Basis for Intergenerational Support?
A/P Tan Ern Ser highlighted that love, rather than filial piety, was a more reliable basis for intergenerational support.
5 February 2017 | What Does Successful Ageing Mean?
Dr Feng Qiushi, CFPR steering committee member, discussed the perceptions of successful ageing among Singaporean elderly.
1 January 2017 | Are We Pushing Our Children Too Hard in Academics?
In the 6th article of our monthly column at Lianhe Zaobao, Dr Ryan Hong, CFPR Research Associate, discussed the impact of intrusive parenting on the development of maladaptive perfectionism in children with respect to academic achievement.
4 December 2016 | Marriage and Divorce among Malays in Singapore: ‘Nurture’ Rather than ‘Nature’ as Key to Building Intact and Resilient Families
The 5th article of our monthly Lianhe Zaobao column elucidated on the role of marriage preparation courses in Muslim marriages and divorce in Singapore.
A/P Maznah Mohamad, CFPR steering committee member and Dr Suriani Suratman from the Malay Studies Department were our guest writers for this article.
6 November 2016 | Network Inequality: An Under Researched Dimension
In the 4th article of our monthly column at Lianhe Zaobao, Dr Vincent Chua, CFPR steering committee member, discusses the under researched dimension of network inequality in Singapore.
2 October 2016 | Asian Women’s Gender Role, Work-family Balance, and Mental Health
In the 3rd article of our monthly column at Lianhe Zaobao, Prof Catherine Tang, Deputy Director of CFPR, shared the findings of her study about the influence of gender roles on work-family balance and mental health of Asian women.
3 September 2016 | Being a Good Grandparent: Comparative Intergenerational Relationships in Japan and Singapore
Sharing the 2nd article in our monthly column at Lianhe Zaobao. Here, A/P Thang Leng Leng, Deputy Director of CFPR, compares conceptions of what constitutes a good grandparent between Singapore and Japan.
14 August 2016 | Living Alone: Trend of One-person Households in Asia
CFPR Director Prof Jean Yeung was featured in the first issue and she shared findings about the growing trend of one-person households in Asia.