My mother and her friend patronized an EAT outlet at Orchard Central on 12 April 2014, Saturday, between 6-7pm. While ordering their food, they were served by a staff with strong mainland Chinese accent. As his accent was strong, my mother was unable to understand him properly, hence told him so. Instead of repeating himself clearly, he reacted by raising his voice and loudly asking my mother if she is deaf.
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I have been hearing the NEA camera system installed on ground floor for catching high rise litter bugs and thought it was a good idea. But recently, I saw something strange on the other side of my house - a camera system setup on the top storey pointing into residential flats. Upon close inspection of the system, it was installed by NEA. My question - Do they know that installing the camera from a top-down position will compromise residents privacy?
Kishore Mahbubani’s academic viewpoint of reality in ST’s “Three stories to strengthen the Singapore spirit” is really humourous. Kishore says if there is a war, Singaporeans will “save the lives of people who are the strangers they meet in MRT trains and buses”. It really makes one wonder how he came to such a conclusion. A couple of years ago, I asked my teenage son to find out if any of his friends are willing to die for the country. Guess what? Nobody ‘keechiu’.
The second major acquisition in Africa by Temasek Holdings Pte or one of its units in six months shows the growing interest in a continent where many countries are expanding faster then developed markets. Singapore’s state-owned investment company will buy a stake in Seven Energy International Ltd. for $150 million, the Nigerian closely-held energy company said in a statement April 14. That follows an announcement in November of a $1.3 billion investment in three gas blocks offshore Tanzania by Temasek’s liquefied natural gas unit Pavilion Energy Pte.
Heeding the Marine Parade senior minister’s call for more sub-committees to be formed to look into social issues, an elderly regular (ex-accountant) at our Kopitiam Smoking Corner suggested that we set up such sub-committees focusing on issues faced by unique segments of our society, starting with the Elderly Sick Men (ESM), Tampon Picking Ladies ( TPL ) and the Casket-Carrying Soldiers ( CCS ). An ex-army RSM was against the idea : ..”Isn’t this what we are doing now, at our own time, own target? “
We refer to the article “Iswaran: ASEAN deal won’t compromise SG job opportunities” (TR Emeritus, Apr 14). The influx of foreign workers may become a flood? It states that “Iswaran’s Reply Replying to Mr Yee’s question, Second Minister for Trade and Industry S Iswaran said that under the ASEAN Agreement on the Movement of Natural Persons, Singapore is committed to allowing the entry of intra-corporate transferees at the level of managers, executives and specialists.
The organisers of the 2015 South-East Asian (SEA) Games in Singapore have announced that the athletes, officials and delegates will be hosted in over 20 local 4 and 5 star hotels. Some of the hotels included in the list are Marina Bay Sands, Pan Pacific, Swissotel, Grand Copthorne and also Resorts World Sentosa. The hotels were selected for their proximity to the Singapore Sports hub and also other sporting venues that will be used during the SEA Games such as the golf course on Sentosa.
According to a Straits Times report, the number of people who have been able to get a home loan since the implementation of the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) regulations last year has dropped dramatically. How badly are people affected? And do you really want to take a gamble on your home purchase when it comes to applying for a home loan?
The bucolic, once laid-back campus of one of Thailand's top universities is under a security clampdown. Not against a terrorist threat, but against Chinese tourists. Thousands have clambered aboard student buses at Chiang Mai University, made a mess in cafeterias and sneaked into classes to attend lectures. Someone even pitched a tent by a picturesque lake. The reason: "Lost in Thailand," a 2012 slapstick comedy partly shot on campus that is China's highest-grossing homegrown movie ever.