Leong Sze Hian was so pissed off by the comments of Lawrence Wong that opposition parties were opposing for the sake of opposition and not offering solutions to help the govt that he wrote an article addressing the remarks directly. This is what Leong Sze Hian wrote: I refer to the article “Citizens should be active in seeking solutions to improve Singapore: Lawrence Wong” (Straits Times, Oct 17).
- Dear TRS, there is a serious rats infestation problem in Bukit Panjang
- Han Hui Hui’s lawyer writes to Police demanding they return her notebook
- Unions in 3rd world countries fighting for increased wages while our union is useless!
- PAP, Address Singaporeans Now and Sack Alvin Yeo!
- The silence of the sheep
- Dr Chee Soon Juan to speak at IBA conference in Tokyo
- Creative Problem Solving - PAP Style
- MHA Press Sec: Allowing 'To Singapore With Love' is like allowing Jihad to glorify their cause
- The unknown plight of Singaporean drivers
- Introducing the amazing ‘invisible’ umbrella which keeps the rain off using air jets
All the three key races that form Malaysia’s majority — the Malays, Chinese and Indians — are immigrants or “pendatangs”, even though the Malays, as the country’s dominant ethnic group, are given privileged status under the country’s bumiputra policy, a delegate from the Gerakan party said at its national conference yesterday. Johor delegate Tan Lai Soon said not only were the Chinese and Indians pendatang, but the Malays were not natives of Malaysia either as they had emigrated from Indonesia.
Recently, my blogpost was shared on The Real Singapore. I took a peek at the comments, very very interesting comments too. They provided necessary insight into how our generation is indeed changing. Many people don't see the need to have a big fancy wedding. They want a marriage. Weddings are merely a choice of celebration. They view their marriage as the most important thing.a
The PRC crook, Yang Yin, who, incidentally, has been endorsed by the PAP, is, apparently, not the only FT crook who has been stealing the rice bowls of Singaporean PMETs. I, quite recently,had an interesting conversation with a Singaporean plumber who is duly licensed by the PUB. His grievance is that skilled Singaporeans like him who have slogged through years of training in order to obtain their vocational licenses are unable to compete with uncertified Malaysian "technicians" who do not have valid work permits in Singapore and who commute from JB every morning.
Defence Minister Ng Eng Heng explained on Sunday evening that there has been a positive response to the SAF volunteer corps with over 200 people having signed up since applications opened about a week ago. He explained that about a quarter of the applications were from women. In terms of the number of PRs and Citizens, it was 60% citizens and 40% PRs who signed up.
Malaysian diving star, Ooi Tze Liang is the latest victim of notorious handphone shop called Mobile Planet, located at #01-41 of Sim Lim Square. Ooi was at the shop on Friday to purchase two iPhone 6. The price quoted to him was $2,500 for the two phones. After paying for the phone, Ooi said he was asked by the shop to sign up for an in house warranty package which would cover damages such as broken screens and damage caused by water.
Robert Kiyosaki, author of the bestselling “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” series, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection after losing a nearly $24 million court judgment to The Learning Annex,The New York Post reports. As one of Kiyosaki’s earliest backers, The Learning Annex was responsible for arranging the speaking engagements and platform that led to his massive success.
I'm writing this article to caution residents living in Tampines about an incident which occurred to me in late April. I live on the ground floor and my bed is placed near the window, which I leave open all the time. At about 5am or so, I was awoken by a tugging on my left bra. I opened my eyes and was shocked to see a man who had stuck his hand through the open window and was grabbing on to my bra, trying to lift it up.