City Harvest Church celebrated its 25th anniversary over the weekend with a large party despite the ongoing high-profile trial against its leaders. City Harvest Church had its first public congregation and church service in 1989 at Peace Centre. This first service was attended by 135 people and the church was previously called the Ekklesia Ministry. The church quickly grew in size to become the Mega church that it is today with over 77 affiliated churches worldwide.
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The Kallang Wave Mall is temporarily suspending indoor climbing activities as there have been cracks appearing on the glass ceiling just above the climbing area. The operator of the indoor rock-climbing facility, Climb Central, explained on its facebook page on Monday night that all climbing activities would be stopped until further notice. They did not say when it would be fixed and back in operation but simply explained that they would keep the public updated.
According to the latest figures from the Singapore Department of Statistics (SingStat), the number of divorces in 2013 rose and at the same time, the number of new marriages dropped. Compared to 2012, there were 6% fewer marriages in 2013. Only 26,254 marriages were registered (including both civil and Muslim marriages). The number of marriage dissolutions, which includes both divorce and annulments, rose 4% to 7,525 separations in 2013.
A 16-year-old Japanese schoolgirl has confessed to decapitating a classmate, police said Tuesday, as she reportedly told investigators she "wanted to dissect" someone. The teenager, whose name was not released as she is a minor, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of murdering her 15-year-old female classmate, after police discovered the dismembered body on a bed in the suspect's home. The accused has admitted she strangled the victim before severing her head and left hand, "using tools... and something like a cord," a police investigator told AFP.
Last week, I attended the Forum on CPF and Retirement Adequacy, organised by the Institute of Policy Studies. I had posed some questions to the Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin. Earlier this month, in parliament, the Manpower Minister revealed that “50% of ‘active’ CPF members met the Minimum Sum in 2013″. However, this only refers to (1) ‘active’ members’ who were able to meet the Minimum Sum (2) “in cash plus property”.
One reasons why Singapore has the world’s most corrosive work culture where unhappy workers feel the need regularly stay back after five – may have something to do with foolish leaders who work so inefficiently and who have absolutely no idea of what the goal in life should be that even their wife’s have to ask them to resign so that they return home to sleep. Stupid people will always do stupid things thinking that they are clever – this is the Tao of stupid people.
No policy should be implemented without consultation with the people and thorough research, especially policies that would adversely affect the local economy and people’s daily lives with immediate effect. A large number of Malaysian citizens who are working in Singapore commute daily between both nations using Singapore or Malaysia-registered vehicles. They are now the victims of two nations’ competing counter-policies which will burden them more financially.