5 Insane Saves Izwan Mahbud Pulled Off To Force A Draw Against Japan In...

Blue Samurais 0-0 Lions: When A Draw Feels Like a Victory Source Singapore is one step closer to qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. Last night (16 June), Singapore held Japan to a goalless draw in a friendly 2018 World Cup qualifier at the Saitama Stadium. What so good about a draw? Well, a measly draw...

McDonald’s Curry Sauce To Finally Return After 4-Month Disappearance

McDonald Teases Singaporeans With Long-awaited Curry Sauce Comeback Today (16 June), McDonald's Singapore posted a Facebook post of a Minion drawn using some fries, nuggets, and dip sauces, and a super suggestive caption. Source Look out for mini moments of fun coming your way, very soon? What could that possibly be? Minion Fries? Nope! Minion...

Sabahan Mountain Guides Reunite With The Boy They Saved From Death

Finally! The reunion we have all been waiting for. On the day (5 June) of the Sabah Earthquake, Singapore lost 9 lives. We mourn our loss, but cannot forget to give thanks to those who did what they could to save others. Channel NewsAsia caught up with the heroic mountain guides...

9 Singaporean Ministers And Their Completely Plausible Alternate Career Paths

What would the Ministers do if they weren't Ministers? We see them on the TV, we read about them and they lead us. But have we ever wondered what they could have been if they weren't our leaders? MustShareNews take a look at what 9 Ministers could be if they weren't Ministers. 1....

18-Year-Old Singaporean Silat Exponent Wins Gold, Sheds Tears On Podium

The Hero Who Cried Source On 14 June, upon stepping up on the podium as the Champion of the Pencak Silat Class F, Muhammad Nur Alfian Juma'en broke into tears after being overwhelmed by his feelings. Now known as the Hero who cried, we explain why Nur Alfian's tears and victory matters...

Singapore’s Inter-faith Communities Aren’t Doing Enough At Their Jobs

Singapore, Multi-Cultural, Multi-Religious We’ve heard all these things before. But, have you ever wondered why we have become associated with such descriptions? We, the citizens of Singapore, pledge ourselves as one united people. Regardless of race, language or religion… We have internalized the words. We know what they mean. In school, during National Service,...

Sylvia Lim Writes Enlightening Open Letter To AHPETC Residents — We Decode It For...

Sylvia Lim's Open Letter to Aljunied Residents: Explained Following the high court ruling last month (27 May), Justice Quentin Loh had rejected the government's application for independent auditors to check on the Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC). However, he also took the chance to give AHPETC a dressing down for...

5 Potential Candidates To Lead The PAP Team For Aljunied GRC

Can Lee Hsien Loong checkmate Low Thia Khiang? When interviewed on a possible return to politics, George Yeo ruled himself out saying, " I dont see myself returning to politics." With George Yeo ruling himself out, the leader seat of the PAP Aljunied team remains empty with no obvious successor. Yet, it...

Sahil Suhaimi Scores Massive PR Points By Personally Visiting No. 1 Fan Injured In...

Good guy Sahil makes dreams come true, all while playing for the SEA Games You're lying if you say this didn't make you go "awwww." Source 12-year-old Emil Uzayr (pictured above, right) is one of the victims of the horrid earthquake in Sabah last Friday (5 June). For awhile now, the poor dear has been finding it...

SEA Games Swim Team Demonstrate That Singaporeans Have Memorised The National Anthem

All those years of pretending to sing the National Anthem in school has paid off! Remember those cool kids in school who refused to sing the National Anthem every morning at assembly? We all wondered if their silent protests was due to the fact that they didn't actually know the lyrics...

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