7 Singapore Heroes From World War II Your History Textbook Never Talked About

You have read about Lim Bo Seng, Lt Adnan Bin Saidi, and Elizabeth Choy... but have you read about Halford Boudewyn or Tan Kay Hai? During the Second World War, Singapore fought a one week battle against the Japanese army and we lost. Or did the British lose? Whatever the case,...

3 “Chefs” Charged For Conspiring To Make Human Mincemeat, With 1 Still At Large

Three "Chefs" Arrested For Aiding In Attempted Murder On Monday (22 June), two Myanmar national and one Singapore Permanent Residents were arrested under the suspicion of abetting to cook somebody a conspiracy for murder with another suspect still at large. We don't really know if the accused are actually chefs. What amused...

7 Issues That Will Inevitably Be Debated In The Coming Singapore General Elections

What Will Politicians Be Rallying About? Last Sunday (21 June), the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) outlined several issues that they intend to focus on in their rallies for coming General Election. The agenda, outlined at a forum marking SDP's 35th anniversary, consists of the higher cost of living, immigration issues,...

29 GIFs That Perfectly Sum Up Every Ramadan, In The Eyes Of A Singaporean...

The Ramadan Struggle Is Real Ramadan started on 15 June this year, marking the start of the month when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. While this month-long event turns up every year, fasting never gets any easier. Here are the struggles every Muslim goes through, hilariously summed up by the...

ICYMI: 4 Stories You Missed This Week — 15 June to 18 June

What have you missed for the week from MustShareNews? 15 June Pink Dot is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rally that celebrates our freedom to love. This year, the rally was attended a record number of 28,000 people. MustShareNews went down to the rally for the first time at Hong Lim...

10 Fires Broke Out In Singapore In One Month Alone, Is Singapore Getting Too...

10 fires that made the news in the last month Is it just me or does it seem like there is news of a fire breakout every few days? Just last month alone, there were at least 10 fire breakouts reported on the news. Flames lapped up houses, dormitories and...

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....

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