Dear TRS, Today I went on my daily cycle routes in the evening at Punggol Waterway. As I just began cycling, from a distance I saw a number of passerby's staring at a kid and as they passed by him they looked back and stared at him again and continued walking away. As I approached this young boy probably 9 or 10years old, I looked at him and noticed he was crying alot so I quickly stopped and asked him what was wrong.
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Dear TRS, I am a local hawker stall owner and I want to share with you something I have noticed which explains why we seldom see quality food in our hawker centres. I started out wanting to sell nice authentic Thai food in Kopitiam but because of Kopitiam's profiteering system and greed, I ended up having to change my menu to cheap, common things like Yong Tau Foo.
Dear The Real Singapore, For some reason the ST is under-reporting the CHC trial. Many key and interesting details are not revealed. Most of the details are found here :https://www.facebook.com/CHCConfessions?fref=ts The most sensational day was yesterday and here’s the posting.
Dear TRS, I refer to: Year-end bumper crop of COEs expected. I would like to bring to everyone's attention on the above article which was published on ST on 20 Aug 14. While it appears to be just another article that reports on the unabated surge of COE prices, upon closer scrutiny of the content and you'll read this remark by SIM Uni's transport expert...
I refer to Loh Keng Fatt’s article “Reward those keen to grow nest egg wit CPF”. While CPF members are demanding our money back, The Ass Tee (ST) tries to spin it the other way around. From the article, Keng Fatt apparently thinks our CPF returns are fantastic so all CPF members who are KPKB-ing for the return of our CPF at 55 are not of sound mind.
When a member of a certain profession tries to discourage you from going into the same field, chances are that he is protecting his turf for ulterior motives. The law of supply and demand is immutable, or as Law Minister K Shanmugam pointed out, the juicy starting salaries and annual increment of past years won't last forever. Budding lawyers will have to understand that the market may change based on laws of economics, not fine points of law.
I didn't take up the challenge in the spirit of water conservation. I took a cold shower instead last night. There are Singaporeans who suffer from ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) which leads to muscle atrophy, speaking difficulty and eventually complete paralysis. I like the Chinese translation of this campaign (渐冻人) - very apt.
We refer to the article “Sleepless in Singapore: Why are we not getting enough sleep?” (Straits Times, Aug 20). Sleep very little? It states that “A recent study by Jawbone, maker of a digitised wristband that tracks how its users move and sleep, shows that Singapore is among cities in the world with the least hours of sleep, clocking an average of 6 hours and 32 minutes a day. Why are we not sleeping enough and what are the effects?”