Singaporean Footballers Kena Shoot For Not Dressing Properly At FAS Awards Ceremony

Upset Singaporean Writes In To Mainstream Media To Complain About Their Attires It's always important to dress appropriately no matter the event you're attending. This is especially so if said event - held at Marina Bay Sands nonetheless - was a formal awards ceremony dedicated to recognising outstanding achievements and showing...

Hall Of Fame Awards 2017 To Celebrate The Unsung Heroes Who Create Your Favourite...

Hall Of Fame Awards 2017 To Announce Winners On Friday 24 Nov 2017 Behind every advertisement we scroll past on our feeds, is a band of unsung heroes who work silently in the shadows. In today's digital age, we're no stranger to viral ad campaigns and brands that are adored by...

7 Singapore Icons That Have Been Bizarrely Struck By Lightning

Thunderstorm Galore Creates Damage Like A Hammer Down From Thor Located 127 kilometres north of the Equator, Singapore's tropical characteristics are highly favourable conditions for the formation of lightning-producing thunderstorms. Thus, in addition to many titles held by this country, the island also has another for being one the highest occurrence of...

10 SMRT Memes That Will Leave You Breaking Down In Fits Of Laughter

Singaporeans Unleash Their Funny Side Amidst The Numerous Train Breakdowns This must be the worst week for train service authorities in Singapore's entire history. Following the collision of two trains at Joo Koon station on 15 Nov, four out of the country's five train lines endured breakdowns this week. On the...

Your Behaviour On Social Media May Be Making Our MRT Situation Worse

Nervous Breakdowns On Social Media May Make MRT Breakdowns Worse Here's an unpopular opinion: let's stop ranting on social media when trains break down. Yes, it might seem ridiculous, but let's take a moment to look at this objectively. Most of us may find that expressing our grievances on social media is...

Chee Hong Tat Leaves Important Questions Unanswered In His Debate With Leon Perera

Senior Minister Of State Chee Hong Tat Teaches Us The Art Of Political Taichi The art of political tai chi, also known as dodging and deflecting the blame, is a crucial lifehack for most politicians, almost as elementary as knowing that 2 + 2 is 4. Senior Minister Of State Chee...

Desmond Kuek Talked About SMRT’s Cultural Issues Back In 2012, One Month After His...

Desmond Kuek Is Still Talking About Cultural Issues At SMRT, 5 Years Later On 16 Oct, SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek - alongside Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan and SMRT Chairman Seah Moon Ming - held a dialogue session with the media to address one of the biggest train faults this...

South China Morning Post Says Singaporeans To Blame For Migrant Workers’ Casino Addiction

Hong Kong Newspaper Says Singapore's Lack Of Entertainment Drove Migrant Workers To Casinos  First they called our trains a laughing stock, now this. Hong Kong's South China Morning Post (SCMP) is criticising our country again. On Sunday (5 Nov), they published an article talking about the increase in migrant workers becoming gambling...

Why Was The Sports Hub Rejected As NDP Host?

NS Square To Take Over As Primary Venue For NDP  On Monday (Oct 30) Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced that the NS Square - formerly known as the Marina Bay Floating Platform - would be taking over the Singapore Sports Hub as the primary venue for Singapore's National Day Parade...

Hong Kong Newspaper South China Morning Post Criticises Our MRT And Praises Their Own

South China Morning Post Produces 2 Articles And 1 Video Dissing The MRT On Saturday (21 Oct) an article referring to our SMRT trains as a "laughing stock" was published. The next day, another article questioning the delays of our metro was written as well. Nothing out of the ordinary, right? Just...

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