Social media is a good servant but a bad master. Especially when you’re battling a crisis.
From service failures and rogue employees to product quality issues—virtually any lapse can be blown out of proportion online.
Everybody is talking about the Wuhan virus now.
Also known as the 2019-nCoV (novel coronavirus) and now COVID-19, it brought domestic travel to a virtual standstill in China during the peak Chinese New Year period. The entire Hubei province is locked down, affecting some 60 million residents.
I’m so excited. History could be made here in sunny Singapore.
For the first time in decades, a North Korean leader will meet an American president in a historic peace summit. If things go as planned, it could signify the end of the Korean war.
History was made in the Korean Peninsula on Friday, 27 April 2018.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean president Moon Jae In signed a peace declaration to signify the end of hostilities between the two adjoining nations (and possible denuclearisation).
AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes – a model for airline CEOs (courtesy of Says.com)
Airline incidents and accidents are magnets for public attention.
Unlike a common road accident or a train delay, an air disaster is both dramatic and tragic.