Lee Kuan Yew has just received the Global Citizen Award from American Think-Tank The Atlantic Council. The award, which recognises global leaders for their distinctive contributions to the strengthening of trans-Atlantic relationships, was given at a ceremony in New York on Sunday.
Pictures taken by a passerby showing a dog being dragged behind a car have gone viral on Chinese social media. Thousands of web users gathered on forums to protest against the driver, whose supposed identity was revealed via "human flesh search". According to web posts, the dog was tied up and couldn't outrun the car. It began dragging along behind its feet appeared to be bleeding.
Dear TRS, I am a grassroots leader and I am ashamed of Yang Yin, the China tour guide who conned the rich old widow of her money and assets. I understand that he has been arrested by police and is already under investigation but I wanted to share this piece of information with your readers. Dr Intan, who is an MP in Ang Mo Kio GRC had earlier claimed that Yang Yin wasn't holding any position and she didn't know him personally.
From what PM has spoken on how to tackle income inequality, I can clearly see he has NO IDEAS at all!! Currently ALL our problems stem from ONE and only ONE issue – huge influx of cheap labour!! Let me give you one simple example. I used to love to go to this restaurant call "TASTE PARADISE". I am sure a lot of you out there have heard of them before. The owner is a 30+ millionaire entrepreneur who owns a chain of restaurants!
A property agent is being charged with breaching the rules of the Do Not Call (DNC) registry. The Personal Data Protection Council (PDPC) explained that they had received several complaints about the property agent sending out unsolicited advertisement materials about several property developments in Singapore despite the customers being signed up for the DNC registry.
Tan Pin Pin’s film ‘To Singapore With Love’ summed up in less than 50 words: a few communists, some ex-PAP men & women, a student activist-turned-Oxford-educated lawyer, a Gaza activist and a folk singer walk into a cinema and tell their story to a camera. What they all have in common: they all want to go home. [Content warning: extreme patriotism, 70s protest songs that will make you cry] [Spoiler alert: only one of them will make it home. In an urn.]
By Yee Jenn Jong The following is my speech delivered on 19 September 2014 at the International Conference of Asian Political Parties, 8th General Assembly at Colombo, Sri Lanka. The theme for the General Assembly was “Building An Asian Community”. I had attended the ICAPP 8th General Assembly held in Sri Lanka from 18-21 September with 2 colleagues from WP Youth Wing.
During the stopover in Hong Kong, Lee Hsien Loong said that while he is glad the Americans have taken a stand against the Islamic State militant group, Singapore has yet to decide whether or how it will support the United States-led coalition campaign. His first direct comment on the global effort to combat the Islamic State (ISIS) militants in the Middle East reminds one of the ant who climbed up the backside of an elephant, with the intention of rape.