Ang Hin Kee, MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC, said, “I have been to crowded places and seen how people accommodate one another. You have a choice. Don’t blame external factors for our behavior.” Ang was referring to the anti-social behavior of the hooligan who spat at the two female commuters and threatening to hit one of them if not stopped by a SMRT staff. Ang should experience the rush hour crowds at MRT interchange and then ask if the commuters have a choice not to be there.
- PM Lee: S'poreans spamming the Philippines Day FB page are a disgrace
- PM Lee censors foreigner's comment saying S'poreans should be given their rights
- SCDF NSman had sex with 13-year-old girl at Pandan reservoir shelter
- Gilbert Goh: Ten reasons why you must resist the Filipino celebration of their Independence Day
- Macdonald asks customers to faster finish their meals because the "Big Bosses" are coming
- Filipino in Singapore: Pinoys in SG have gone too far
- Philippine's media laud PM Lee for calling his own citizens "a disgrace"
- Dear TRS, this bus driver really made my day!
- Singaporean mum pulled down maid's shorts and underwear in front of her kids
- Philippines ABS news: Singapore PM defends Pinoy celebration by insulting his own citizens
Pictures of an affordable housing complex in Qingdao blew up on the net when people realized that some of the windows on the side of the building were painted on. The windows, which were painted with the original construction of the building, have been criticized by netizens as a poor style choice, as well as "cutting corners" in the building's design. Qingdao's city planning bureau responded by saying the "decorative" windows break no planning regulations and have no impact on the building's residents.
And ST reported the proof. Can someone from govt, or its running dogs* in the think-tanks or the constructive, nation-building media explain this ST headline (and accompanying story) on 24th October? ITE graduates in demand as SMEs face manpower crunch Job-matching scheme places ITE and poly students in local firms ST went on Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are stepping up efforts to recruit Institute of Technical Education (ITE) graduates in a bid to combat the manpower squeeze...
Two important principles underlie this new framework. The first is the Government’s implicit understanding that in order to tackle discriminatory employers, it is not enough to leave the market to itself. Proactive intervention, through both legislation and ongoing administrative monitoring, is necessary to stamp out problematic human resources practices and ensure all employees are treated fairly. Moreover, as the Government has acknowledged, such safeguards are compatible with maintaining a dynamic and competitive economy.
There was an article in The New Paper today which I read with great interest. The article spoke about how taxi fares have been raised over the years and how some people were struggling with alternative modes of public transports as the public transport system do not cater to some groups – such as those with babies or those with immobility – while the increased fares squeeze people really dry. To make things worse, COE prices look like it’s on an uptrend.
Despite claiming to have one of the strictest immigration laws in the world, a murderer in China managed to enter Singapore 4 years ago. After killing and robbing the victim of his motorcycle and gold ring in March 2009, Yang and his accomplice buried the victim in an abandoned garden. The duo were summoned to assist investigations with the China Police in February 2011, which Yang did not show up.
Despite the fact that Mr Tharman was named “Finance Minister of the Year 2013″ by the leading financial publication Euromoney this month (‘Tharman named Finance Minister of the Year 2013‘), Singapore’s head of Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), Ravi Menon, has only managed to obtain a ‘B’ rating as a measurement of his performance as a central banker. In a recent report [Link], the Global Finance magazine has named the heads of the central banks of Malaysia, the Philippines and Taiwan as the World’s Best Central Bankers for 2013, in recognition of their achievement of an ‘A’ rating on Global Finance’s Central Banker Report Cards.
It’s been half a month since the donation drive started to recover the expenditure of $10755 for the filing of applications on the lawsuit against Singapore’s biggest law firm, Allen & Gledhill, as well as the Attorney General's Chambers. I’m thankful for the people especially Mr Ravi with the legal proceedings, Mr Leong with the donation drive, Mr Richard Wan and various alternative media for publishing the news.
To be honest, I don’t understand the petition to shut down AshleyMadison.com in Singapore. Yes I know it’s a website promoting extramarital affairs. The proposed justification to remove it was to “safeguard social interests”. What are the country’s social interests to begin with? To ensure the sanctity of heterosexual marriages? If so, it has been long gone. Extramarital encounters already do take place in Singapore.