If you really need an excuse (or several) to heat things up in the bedroom, we’ve got you covered: Besides the obvious reasons one might have sex—love, pleasure, baby-making—science shows that there are quite a few health benefits of getting intimate. The next time your partner asks, “Was it good for you?” you can say yes—in more ways than one!
- Dear TRS, I saw a Pinoy maid making an elderly push her in a wheelchair!
- Singapore, here’s what the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is going to cost you
- Dear TRS, Beware of this Conman from Decor Creative Construction Pte. Ltd.
- NBC News: NUS hired an Associate Professor with a fake PhD who later moved to US
- I saw a Filipino lady excited to get a $2480 job in Singapore
- Dear TRS, please warn your readers of OCBC scamming money!
- MDA bans award winning local film to try and cover up history of political oppression
- S'porean kills himself after gambling to try and win money to pay for daughter's uni fees
- Foreign Student from International School says Singaporeans are 'Low Class Dogs'
- Survey: 90% of young Singaporeans are worried about their future finances
Chanced upon a job ad posting on the Chinese site, Baidu.com. It’s recruiting for McDonald’s Restaurants – looking for 10 Asst Managers with preference for those with working experiences in Singapore: http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3171126178 The posting is targeting at PRCs in China cause they will be be offered to work as S-Pass holders.
Temasek’s transactions need to be scrutinised by Parliament because it is not the long-term investor as claimed. According to a 2011 Bloomberg article, “Temasek Holdings spends $2.8 billion for shares in China Construction Bank”, Temasek bought the same shares it had sold only 8 weeks earlier. (see chart below) Buying and selling within 8 weeks is considered long-term investing or punting?
The traffic police explained that they have issued summon notices to 564 motorists in the first half of this year for failing to signal when changing lanes or turning. This is the largest number in three years and the penalty is a $70 fine for most cars or $100 for heavy vehicles. However, 564 is a very small number compared to the countless times that such behavior is seen on the road.
The Sunday Times today carried the headline, “New Push to explain benefits for pioneers”. A new unit, the “Pioneer Generation Office” is being set up to coordinate and train “PG ambassadors”. The unit which is funded by the Ministry of Finance but housed under the Peoples’ Association (PA) was revealed yesterday by PA Deputy Chairman Lim Swee Say on the sidelines of the aforesaid annual grassroots seminar.
Steve Jobs is a name which is synonymous with cutting edge, innovative and groundbreaking technology. So it may come as something as a surprise to learn Apple’s former CEO didn’t believe in letting his kids use some of his company’s greatest products – the iPhone and the iPad. And it’s not because the Apple godhead was a closet Samsung fan either. Jobs, who died in 2011, may have had an instinctive flair for technology but he was a low tech parent who firmly believed in restricting his children’s access to electronic devices.
Within a few years, the rankings of NUS and NTU have shot up by leaps and bounds. It is like out of the blue we are world champions or nearly there in table tennis and nothing else. And every time when the media proudly splashed in their pages that we were ranked higher than the Ivy League universities in the US and UK, my goose pimples popped up instantly. Really ah?