I just downloaded this and had a quick read. Lawrence Khong and company claim that they are not homophobic. I take it to mean that they will not be violent crusaders of the past. However they will work to prevent the social enlargement of LGBT. On the other hand LGBT people wants to live with all the rights like the rest of us including the right to marry and adopt kids of their own. I suppose if it were possible for science to show how two same sex gametes could produce a baby, they will want that. That is science fiction at the furthest end for now.
- Dear TRS, MOE Trainee teacher goes on social media to insults his students
- An open letter from Dr Tan, a personal friend of the rich widow cheated by Yang Yin
- Average Singaporean household now earning $10K: survey
- 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, I have proof that Yang Yin was a grassroots leader holding a position
- Appealing for witness to identify a Caucasian man that assaulted a local taxi driver
- PAP MP Intan goes into internet hiding following reports of her links to Yang Yin
- Friends of Madam Chung are coming together to take actions against PRC Yang Yin
- India Police shut down huge fake degree printing operation
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing shares some of his money wisdom, outlining an inspirational five-year plan to improve one’s lot in life. This article is translated from the original Chinese by Edmund Ng at CeoConnectz. Suppose your monthly income is only RMB 2,000, you can live well. I can help you put money into five sets of funds. The first $600, second $400, third $300, fourth $200, fifth $500.
I refer to the article “Balance between local and foreign workers a “tricky issue”: Tan Chuan-Jin” (Straits Times, Feb 16). It states that “His priority is to look after Singaporeans, he said, but the balance between local and foreign workers is a “tricky issue” and Singapore cannot shut its doors to foreigners. “If we swing too far the other way… some of these companies might find it better off to operate somewhere else,” he said, adding that it will then lead to job losses for locals.” What are the implications of our liberal foreign labour policies?
I was driving my taxi yesterday n despite the searing hot weather n suffering from a sore throat after a long bout of flu, I decided to take a break after 10 hours of driving n give myself a “treat” by having a late dinner at the air conditioned food court at north point! After what seemed like a busy day of takings, I was counting my total fares collected for the day n realised that I only actually earned $85 after paying all overheads.
Temasek Holdings is seeking to sell its US$3.1 billion (S$3.9 billion) stake in Thai telecom company Shin Corp, according to people familiar with the matter, and has approached SingTel as a possible buyer. Temasek, which owns 41.6 per cent of Shin Corp through a subsidiary, held talks with SingTel late last year, said the people, who declined to be identified as the information is not public.
The PAP Government – through the Elections Department – has surreptitiously altered the polling districts. The last alteration took place in Jan 2011, with the General Elections following suit in May. The same pattern was observed in 2006 when GE 2006 was preceded by the release of the new polling district in Jan that year.
At least 100 people marched through Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong yesterday as part of an 'anti-locust' campaign protesting mainland visitors accused of 'overwhelming the city and hogging its resources'. SCMP reports that protestors marched from the Star Ferry pier to Canton road, a street filled with luxury good stores popular among mainland tourists, during the 90-minute rally.
I sent some documents to Bangladesh using Speedpost from Sembawang Post Office Branch on 5th October 2013. The documents I sent reached my intended recipient’s destination about 2 weeks later. On 6 November while at work, I received a call from my parents at home saying that a postman had come over to our house, to deliver some documents demanding payment of $40.75. They made the payment and when I got home I was surprised to receive an envelope from Singpost as attached.
I refer to the article “Maximum fine for rail disruptions raised to 10% of line’s annual fare revenue” (Straits Times, Feb 18). Increase in penalties for disruptions It states that “Rail operators SMRT and SBS Transit stand to face much heftier fines for train disruptions in future, after Parliament passed a Bill on Monday to raise the maximum penalty to 10 per cent of the annual fare revenue of a rail line.