Shifting focus to freelancing

(From left) BFM 89.9 producer and presenter Freda Liu interviewing Bulow, Wong, Lim and Lau. — Photos: YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

FREELANCING would have been frowned upon many years ago but today, it is considered a “cool” thing, with many wanting to join this career path.

The advancement of technological infrastructure and connectivity has also created vast opportunities for individuals to work wherever and whenever they choose.

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