Singapore has been dubbed the best city in the world to be a woman, but its gender imbalance in media and the lack of diversity in the media industry has long been a sticking point for Singaporeans.
Singapore has two male-dominated magazines, the Straits Times and The Straits Review, but the number of women-only publications in the country has been increasing for years.
But it seems as though Singapore is now inching closer to the top of the gender equality league table, thanks to the launch of Singapore’s first-ever magazine, Women’s Singapore.
Launched on Tuesday, the magazine is designed to give Singaporeans an alternative view on their gender.
The issue will feature a wide variety of voices, including diverse voices from Singapore’s diverse community, including the first female head of state, and will showcase Singaporeans perspectives on gender issues.
The magazine will also highlight the experiences of women, including its latest research on Singapore’s women.
It will also feature women and men, including two men-only covers.
The Singapore women’s media industry is already one of the most diverse in the Asia-Pacific region, with the country boasting the largest number of female-owned media outlets in the region, according to the New Straits Observer.
The number of magazines and websites dedicated to women’s issues in the island nation grew by more than 60 percent from 2015 to 2020.
In Singapore, there are more than 20 women-focused online publications, including The Strait Times, The Straights Review, The New Strait Observer, The Women’s Weekly, and the Singaporean Woman.
The women’s weekly Women’s Daily, which launched in April, has also had a big impact on the growth of Singapore women.
The publication is a women’s daily newspaper and a monthly magazine for women, with a strong presence on online platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr.
The publication has also launched a number of new publications focused on issues related to gender equality and the workplace.
One of the latest, The Singapore Women’s Business Weekly, will publish weekly articles on issues such as diversity, leadership and the role of women in Singaporean society.
In addition, it has also begun to cover topics related to women in technology, including gender equity and gender equality in tech, the company said in a statement.
Singapore’s first female heads of state have become a common sight in Singapore over the past few years, including Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who was sworn in as the country’s first woman prime minister in December 2017.
Lee also hosted a women-centric news conference on January 6, 2018, featuring Prime Minister Carrie Lam, who served as prime minister for two decades.
In addition to Lee, the country is home to the countrys first female president, Helen Clark, who is also the daughter of former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who in 2017 became Singapore’s longest-serving female leader.