Singapore's China Import Team cleaned up at the Commonwealth Games in the women's table tennis singles event. Getting the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, the podium was filled with Singapore players. Coach of the Singapore team, Jing Junhong, said that it's not easy to win all three medals and the two younger players had really lifted their game.
- Dear TRS, I saw a PRC allowing her son to shit publicly outside Chinatown MRT
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- Dear TRS, these drunk Ang Moh "FT" were disturbing people in the MRT
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TRS reader Hui shares her experience of being approached by two students asking her for a minimum donation of $10 at CityLink Mall yesterday (Aug 1). The TRS reader said that when queried, the students could not provide her with the name of the charity organisation they were representing. Subsequently, they told her they were selling luggage tags.
"Travellers flying out of Singapore can now stop for nasi lemak or BBQ stingray from some of Singapore’s top hawkers before they fly: Changi Airport Group (CAG) has introduced the Singapore Food Street, which boasts hawker fare from 13 popular local hawker stalls." That was what the TODAY newspaper reported on 21 July this year.
Singapore has won several medals at the Commonwealth Games. However, I have seen some online comments questioning the authenticity of some of the winners’ national identity and whether they are qualified enough to represent Singapore. Those who posted such comments are mistaken about sports competitions and what these represent. A sports competition is not a beauty pageant, in which the appearance and culture of the contestants should represent their country’s populace as much as possible.
On the 26th, we were alerted to the fact that this ad was in the NDP Funpack. We pondered long and hard as to our response. We ask that you share this far and wide AND with your MPs, to alert/advise them of this NDP travesty – that Singapore has become about acquisition and little about life values. Living animals are not furniture or electronic goods that can be returned if all instalments are not paid. Has Singapore lost her soul this National Day?
Walking past a Geylang coffee shop, a former inmate saw someone he recognised - an ex-prisoner he had a grudge against for squealing on him while they were in jail. Jamsari Yusof, 51, confronted the alleged snitch, 43-year-old Gunasekaran Rengasamy, accusing him of being a "hantu" - prison parlance for an informer, reports The Straits Times.
Since 1 August, all employers need to advertise in JobsBank for 14 days to give Singaporeans a better chance at jobs. Already, netizens are boo-ing the idea saying that this may not help much in undoing the damage caused by PAP. Some netizens say that during this 14 days, employers can still moan to MOM that they cannot find any suitable locals and will appeal for help.
Two American medical missionaries diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia could be back in the USA next week for treatment at a special medical isolation unit at Atlanta's Emory University Hospital, the U.S. State Department said Friday. The State Department did not name the two individuals, saying only that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was facilitating their transfer on a non-commercial flight and would "maintain strict isolation upon arrival in the United States."
An Australian couple have been branded "a disgrace" for abandoning their baby after he was born with Down's syndrome to a Thai surrogate. The couple, who have not been named, paid 21-year-old Pattharamon Janbua to be a surrogate mother as they were unable to conceive themselves. IVF proved successful and the couple were told to expect twins, but after hearing that one of the babies would have Down's syndrome they asked for them to be aborted.