2 NTU Professors Are Among The World’s Hottest Researchers, But Not For The Reasons...

NTU professors ranked by Thomson Reuters as the World’s Hottest Researchers 2015 Two professors from Nanyang Technological University -- Professor David Lou and Professor Zhang Hua -- were ranked by Thomson Reuters as the World's Hottest Researchers 2015. Yes, we couldn’t believe it too. Source In case you are wondering who these hot...

STB Uses Cats To Promote Singapore, And Netizens Love It

STB recent video about local cats is just purrfect Your Singapore, an official Singapore Tourism Board (STB) site, has hopped onto the bandwagon of the cat craze by producing a video showing cats from different parts of Singapore. And so far, everyone is going "Awww" over the cuteness overload. Cause cats obviously rule the internet. Source Smart...

Bad News Singapore Netflix Users, You Might Be Stuck With Only Local Content

Netflix clamping down on proxy access to content not available in Singapore Shucks, seems like after Netflix's arrival got people's spirits soaring high, the media streaming firm proceeded to douse us with a bucket of cold water, giving Netflix and chill a whole new meaning. The American internet streaming company has announced...

Working Out The Math Behind Jermaine Pennant’s $40k Tampines Rovers Contract

Former Arsenal and Liverpool player signs for S-League side It's official. They've done it. We never thought they'd pull it off, but the egg's on our face now. Jermaine Pennant has signed for Tampines Rovers. The 32-year-old had been on trial with the S-League club for the past week, and ST reports that a...

Who Are The 2 Non-Govt Related Websites That Carry The “SkillsFuture” Name?

Websites mislead Singaporeans into thinking they are officially related to SkillsFuture We're less than a month into the implementation of SkillsFuture, and already there are websites looking to take advantage of the brand name. On 12 Jan, The Straits Times (ST) discovered at least 2 websites making use of the name "SkillsFuture"...

NEA: Green Sweet Potatoes Might Look Weird But Are Perfectly Safe For Consumption

Looks like we'll have to eat our greens after all Source Have friends and family members been telling you to abstain from sweet potatoes because they've been turning green? Well guess what, THEY ARE COMPLETELY SAFE FOR CONSUMPTION. No worries, here's the full story. Right from the start. So on 4 Jan, this Facebook post...

SAF’s Responds To Parachute Rigger Claims, But We’re Not Sure What They Mean

MINDEF neither confirms nor denies that SAF Riggers job is done by PRCs On 12 Jan, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) responded to claims made on a Facebook post that the SAF Riggers job -- a.k.a those who pack the parachutes -- is being outsourced to Chinese nationals or People's Republic...

This Robot Created By NTU Is The Creepiest Thing You’ll See Today

NTU creates advanced Artificially Intelligent humanoid On 29 Dec 2015, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) revealed a new employee -- Nadine, a receptionist working on campus. She looks almost like a human being with her brunette hair and soft skin. Source Almost. Except she is social robot. And... She looks as creepy as hell. How does...

6 Burning Questions About The Case Of Serangoon’s Hit-And-Run Cyclist

Sungei Serangoon incident with errant cyclist leaves young boy injured On 10 Jan, Kaslyn Tan wrote Facebook post in search for the hit-and-run cyclist of her young son. The 3-year-old boy was allegedly knocked down by a cyclist along Sungei Serangoon park connector. According to Kaslyn, the rider was going extremely fast speed and...

This Enthusiastic Girl Proves That Enlisting To SAF Doesn’t Have To Be #SibeiSian

This girl looks overjoyed to join SAF Volunteer Corps On 6 Jan, a Facebook post depicting a recruit's sibei sian face went viral. Today (11 Jan), Basic Military Training Center (BMTC) posted a contrasting photo with a group of girls joining the Volunteer Corps. In the photo, the girls on the left...

ABOUT US

MS News creates news for young Singaporeans.
Want to share your story? Contact us

BRANDED CONTENT