Our constructive, nation-building media would never republish or tell this tale of where minimum wages didn’t do what the PAP govt claim it would do: raise unemployment. .
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Human Rights Lawyer M Ravi’s memoir, Kampong Boy, has been shortlisted for the Singapore Literature Prize in the English non-fiction category. His book is one of five which made the shortlist. Kampong Boy was published in 2013 and it is an autobiography of one of Singapore’s leading human rights lawyers, M Ravi. It shares many accounts of his life growing up in Singapore when it was still a Kampong and it goes into the details of several of the high profile legal cases which M Ravi has been involved in including politically sensitive cases.
Dear The Real Singapore, I am a disabled person for my whole life and I am currently jobless and unable to provide any money to my family. I am very depressed and my nightmare in Singapore has only just begun this morning when I went down to buy breakfast. East Coast Town Council built barriers right outside the lift and it took me almost 5 minutes just get past these barriers. I do not understand why are they making life so difficult for us.
Former Foreign Affairs Minister, George Yeo, said that Social Media has made huge changes to the way social hierarchies exist. He was speaking at the 10th anniversary conference of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy where he gave the example: “In the past, a child could become an emperor because he’s all dressed up, protected by courts, by music, by distance, and people bow.
Dear True Blue Singaporeans, We already know that the PAP does not seriously care for the welfare and happiness of native born Singaporeans. Their sole priority is to stay in power so that they can continue to run the economy for their benefit, exploit us to our detriment, keep their dirty secrets safely hidden, and give parasitic foreigners a better life while we suffer as slaves to the lightning bolt.
Shares in casino operator Genting Singapore Plc declined 2.8 percent on Thursday after weakness in the high-rollers' business at rival Marina Bay Sands (MBS) stoked worries of poor results at the gaming firm. Macquarie Research said in a report that MBS' third-quarter VIP volumes could send "panic signals" in the market.
The most coveted industry is finance. In spite of the tight labor market, only 15% of students and early professionals with less than a year of experience believe that it will take them less than one month to land their first job, a survey by LinkedIn revealed today. In contrast, professionals with at least 15 years of experience said that their first jobs were fairly easy to land and more than double (31%) found a job within a month of leaving university.