Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has sent a ritual offering to the Yasukuni Shrine, seen by critics as a symbol of Japan's past militarism, angering both South Korea and China on Monday and putting regional ties under further strain. Adding to unease in the region, a Chinese maritime court in Shanghai seized a ship on Saturday owned by Japanese shipping firm Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, a move that Japan warned could have an adverse impact on its businesses in China.
- Dear TRS, MOE Trainee teacher goes on social media to insults his students
- Dear TRS, I saw a Pinoy maid making an elderly push her in a wheelchair!
- Local inventor gets sued by HDB, gets patent revoked and is forced to pay $160k
- PRC Cheat Yang Yin arrested for criminal breach of trust
- Dear TRS, Beware of this Conman from Decor Creative Construction Pte. Ltd.
- Dear TRS, please warn your readers of OCBC scamming money!
- Foreign Student from International School says Singaporeans are 'Low Class Dogs'
- It is shocking how a conman like Yang Yin can get PR and become a PAP grassroot leader
- 19yr old Singaporean student sells her used panties online for pocket money
- PRC Cheat Yang Yin found to have pawned jewelry and antiques online
About 40 companies from Malaysia and Singapore will be looking to recruit graduates at Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak Campus’ biggest career fair next Wednesday. The companies include those from the oil and gas, information and communications technology, banking and finance, construction, hospitality, engineering, oil palm, telecommunications, education, human resource and automobile industry.
If you encounter rude abrasive locals and you don’t even know the reason why they are like that, how do you handle the situation? Do you explain yourself to them? Do you just ignore? Do you even care at all? Let’s face it, there will always be that type of Filipinos who will look at you and think you’re just a piece of crap. Whether you’re foreigner living here or you’re also a local, it doesn’t matter. We all encounter rude people at one point or another.
According to a Straits Times survey, voters are most concerned about the presence of government accountability when it comes to picking an MP. Residents want to see proper checks and balances in place to ensure accountability within the government. For many, this is more important that having a well run estate at the constituency level. The survey also revealed that another issue that was seen as important was an MP's personal attributes rather than the party he or she belonged to.
Three people have been caught and fined a total of $100,000 for selling illegal electronic cigarettes in Singapore. E-cigarettes are electronic devices which simulate smoking and sometimes contain nicotine. They are illegal in Singapore but the three had brought in supplies from China, the US and Italy. Over 490 sets of e-cigarettes were seized along with many refill cartridges worth a total estimated value of about $25,000.
David Moyes is facing the sack as Manchester United manager with the owners, the Glazer family, and Ed Woodward, the vice-president, in discussions about whether they should continue with the Scot. United's 2-0 loss to Everton on Sunday was the latest evidence that Moyes may be best relieved of his duties and it appears only a matter of time before the decision is taken.
A teenage boy who ran away from home survived a five-hour flight in the freezing wheel well of a jetliner that reached 38,000 feet (11,582m) as it travelled from California to Hawaii, the FBI said. The 16-year-old, from Santa Clara, California, quickly lost consciousness as temperatures in the compartment sank as low as -62°C, said FBI special agent Tom Simon. About an hour after the plane landed yesterday (April 20), the boy regained consciousness and emerged onto the tarmac at the airport in Maui, where he was spotted by ground crew.
A new virtual mirror is being installed in Jurong Point Shopping Mall in May this year that will allow shoppers to quickly visualise what they might look like in clothes that are on sale. The new technology will allow shoppers to stand in front of a 'mirror' to see what they might look like in clothes that different stores are selling without having to actually try them on.