Amos Yee Wants To Be The Next Roy Ngerng

Amos Yee is turning to crowd funding for his legal fees The self-styled iconoclast is back. Yesterday (14 April), Famous Amos himself, Amos Yee published a new blog post, calling for donations in order to fund his court fees, in order to continue "playing the game of thrones". Yes, Amos Yee is unrepentant, Yee-uphoric...

12 Li Shengwu Facts You Never Knew About Lee Kuan Yew’s Grandson

Li Shengwu, Lee Kuan Yew's grandson Unless you've been living under a rock, you should already have heard of Li Shengwu by now. The eldest son of Lee Hsien Yang delivered a well-written eulogy for Mr. Lee Kuan Yew at a private service at Mandai Crematorium. In fact, the eulogy was...

13 Best International Reactions To Cheryl’s Birthday

Cheryl's birthday is now being discussed worldwide Are you happy now, Cheryl? Now everyone's debating over your birth date, even though the solution has been found. And we aren't even your friends! From BuzzFeed to Reddit, the question set for Secondary 3 - 4 Math Olympiads left the world scratching their heads,...

Lui Tuck Yew Thinks That Trains Have Improved By 25%

Compared to statistics that are three years old, that is During the Parliament sitting yesterday (13 April), Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew said that he had ordered the LTA and SMRT to " get to the bottom of the recent disruptions". This was in response to MP Lee Bee Wah's...

14 Points From PM Lee’s Ministerial Speech About How To Honour LKY

38 Oxley Road will not be demolished. Yet. The matter of 38 Oxley Road, the house where Lee Kuan Yew stayed during his lifetime, was brought up for debate after calls were made to preserve the home as a museum and memorial. In response, Dr. Lee Wei Ling and Lee Hsien...

12 Li Hongyi Facts That You Never Knew About PM Lee’s Second Son

Li Hongyi, the second son of PM Lee For some people, they have probably never taken notice of Li Hongyi, until he gave a eulogy at Mr. Lee Kuan Yew's funeral. In case you didn't know, 28-year-old Li Hongyi is the second son of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and...

This Is The Solution To The Really Difficult P5 Test Question

The solution, explained like you're 5 Here's the model answer. Previously we did not attribute the source of model answer, but this image has since been attributed to mothership.sg. The screenshot came from here first. Source So most of you would probably have seen that blasted Primary 5 Math Olympiad question floating around online: https://www.facebook.com/kennethjianwenz/photos/a.173663129479243.1073741827.167504136761809/385751114937109/?type=1 Everyone's...

Ho Kwon Ping Suggests Blurring Racial Categorisations, But Doing So Isn’t Such A Good...

S R Nathan Fellow thinks that CIMO categorisations are oversimplistic S R Nathan Fellow and executive chairman of Banyan Tree Holdings Ho Kwon Ping has suggested that Singapore's Chinese-Malay-Indian-Other (CMIO) categorisation has become redundant and insufficient to group society today. This is largely due to the increasingly vocal and diverse society. He feels that the CMIO...

Does CNA Agree That PM Lee’s Cabinet Merry-Go-Round Has Elections In Mind?

Calculated, precise, and accurate; elections may be called by year-end In case you guys don't know, PM Lee recently did some reshuffles to his Cabinet. Although such movements are not very rare (this is PM's fifth reshuffle ever since the 2011 General Elections), analysts think that this time, there's a deeper...

Singapore’s Education System Only Needs Some Tweaks, Rather Than A Entire Overhaul

The Singapore education system is still "unfixed" -- but is fixing required? The debate over education in Singapore has been raging for as long as anyone can remember. Recently, Dr Tony Wagner, an expert-in-residence at Harvard University’s Innovation Lab, suggested that Singapore's education system would only develop good test-takers and not innovators...

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