It states that “There are at least a thousand Singaporean managers in hotels and restaurants in China and the Middle East, and the man- power-starved hospitality sector here is eyeing them hungrily. “Many of these workers have at least three years of experience overseas. They have useful skills and knowledge which they can share with junior staff,” said Food and Beverage Managers’ Association president Cheong Hai Poh.
- Dear TRS, I saw a PRC allowing her son to shit publicly outside Chinatown MRT
- PM Lee deletes Singaporeans' Facebook comments about imported table tennis talents
- NUS Orientation camp made students strip and lick whipped cream off each other
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- Dear TRS, I hope my burnt car serves as a warning to all!
- Be careful of this new scam from callers claiming to be from your Telco company
- Secondary school bans former student because he spoke out against the govt?
- If Every Singaporean Behaves Like a Taxi Driver, PAP Will Fear Us
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- Netizens files police report over racist comments about Chinese Funerals
A delivery driver was jailed for 24 months on Tuesday for underage sex with a teen he met on Facebook. Eugene Prem Kumar, 30, who faced five charges, pleaded guilty to three counts of having sex with the 14-year-old girl sometime between September and October 2010 at his flat in Yishun Avenue 5, reports The Straits Times.
Foreign FTs will always love Singapore and side with what our govt have been doing because they open the gates for them to come here. I totally agree with some of the comments here and do feel that these foreigners are truly over paid here. They are not only over paid, they have also been provided with housing and other benefits which a local will not get. Which fool will not be happy with a country that provides them with such bad fantastic lifestyle. On top of that, they are paying a lot less tax than what they are paying back home.
I have lived in China for more than 10 years and indeed I have found that the PRC Chinese are one of the worst kinds of people in the world. QUARRELING seems to be their national sport and TELLING LIES is their national pastime, and OSTENTATION (especially the newly-rich) has been cultivated and honed to an Olympics level.
‘Jesus Is Muslim’ billboards have been erected around Columbus, Ohio. They have ruffled the feathers of some Christians, who say they are particularly “insensitive” as they appear during the season of Lent. The billboards have straplines like “Jesus is Muslim”, “Mohammed is in the bible” and “Muslims love Jesus too”.
The 24-year-old full-time National Serviceman who was left in critical condition after a crash during the OCBC Cycle Singapore event on Mar 30 has died from his head injuries. Mr Chia Wee Kiak , who was a first-timer at the annual ride, was found face down on a steep downhill section of slope along Sheares Bridge soon after the start of the 59km Super Challenge. He was brought by ambulance to the Singapore General Hospital where he underwent a 13-hour surgery, and remained in the intensive care unit since.
Singapore is building more and more Government hospitals to cater for its 5.0 millions people which will rise to 6.0 millions eventually. The newly completed hospital is Ng Teng Feng hospital @ Jurong East. It is a very large hospital with plenty of garden views except that only the private rooms have the comfort of air-conditioning; the rest of the hospital wards are naturally ventilated. This applies also to all other Government hospitals in Singapore. The use of natural ventilation is understand as it is always unhygienic to share the recycled air; also, it will be costly to stay in an air-conditioned wards.
I refer to a recent case brought to the attention of prominent social activist Gilbert Goh. This incident has left me shocked as to how Singaporean’s welfare are compromised relative to that of foreign trashes and the need to vote the PAP out becomes more pressing than ever. Fact of the case? A gentleman by the name of Zul approached Gilbert for assistance. He spoke of how his daughter got an education sponsorship from MOE in exchange for a teaching bond, which she was deemed to have breached as she failed the practicum.