Dear TRS, Here is another set of cases of foreign 'talents' and lucky Singaporeans who have managed to get jobs here in Singapore despite having degrees from degree mills. The fact that many of these people managed to get top jobs shows the severity of the situation.
I made sure I took a dump before writing this. So people can accuse me of many things but they cannot say I am being ‘anal-retentive’. ;) Now, first things first. I have not read that blogpost, but concerned people around me have sent me questions regarding its contents, so I have a vague notion of what’s in that blogpost (and I do believe the writer had the good sense to consult a lawyer before uploading it so it would seem ‘milder’ as compared to blogposts uploaded years ago).
SHARE this POST to all. (especially to Malaysians friends) We believe the power of social media will return justice to those he cheated. I felt extremely sad to write this post. but what Aaron Yong did cannot be forgiven. My Ex staff Aaron Yong Teck Seng had been absent from work since 16 Apr 2015 from my company Traveller101 Pte Ltd. Before his disappearance, we realized that he had been behaving suspiciously lately.
I was at Whampoa yesterday morning with the volunteers from Project Awareness. At Jalan Tenterem, we visited a few families, including the homes of a jobless Malay man struggling to take care of his sick wife and children and an old Chinese lady who is still taking physical care of her adult sons. [A family in need is a family indeed] Encik Jalil has 2 teenage sons and a 8 year-old daughter.
A 27 year old A*STAR researcher was suddenly stabbed by an unknown assailant as she was walking along a dark pathway between Biomedical Grove and Commonwealth MRT Station. The dimly lit path is a commonly used shortcut which passes the vacant Tanglin Halt estate used by many A*STAR staff and nearby office workers. It is usually bustly during the evening but very few people use the path after dark.
Former President S R Nathan is currently warded in Singapore General Hospital after he suffered a stroke last week. The stroke occurred on April 14. His family explained that he is now recovering and is undergoing therapy Nathan, 90, who was the president of Singapore from 1999 to 2011, has recently had difficulties walking and his health has been deteriorating in recent months.
Discussions have taken place about scrapping Singapore's ailing 10-team soccer league, the Straits Times reported on Wednesday. Unhappy club chairmen met with Football Association of Singapore (FAS) officials on Monday, where heated exchanges took place over slumping attendances and the inability to find sponsors, the paper said.