What Foreign Workers In Singapore Really Think About You

We interview 8 foreign workers and find out what they think of Singapore Foreign workers have a tough time here in Singapore. They're separated from their family for months, and work hard under the hot sun just for our infrastructure. Occasionally, they also play superhero. The recent story of a foreign...

CNA Documentary Shows That The Class Divide Is Real In Singapore

The Class Divide Only Gets Worse In Our Schools "If you have the most expensive things, you're the most popular also." This is how one lower primary student feels about the rich and the poor in her school. So what exactly was "expensive" to the student? Smiggle pencil case, Smiggle bag, whatever...

Malaysia And Singapore Can Be Lifelong Friends, This Quora Thread Reminds Us

Neighbours Can Be Friends, Too With Singapore and Malaysia again squabbling over Pedra Branca, many of us are questioning why it seems that both countries still can't get along. People cite existing historical animosities, politics, territorial boundaries, etc. -- and we’ve probably heard them all. But despite whatever differences we may...

5 Reasons Why The Budget 2015 Is More Conservative Than You Think

Economists dispute claims of left-leaning Budget 2015 In the Parliament debate about the Budget 2015 last week (3 March), MPs Tin Pei Ling, Hri Kumar and NMP Chia Yong Yong raised concerns about the Government's perceived social spending and its sustainability in the long run. In response, articles have appeared on...

Singapore Clears Lutong Trademark Despite Adidas’ Objection Due To Similar Logos

Singapore Rules That Adidas & Lutong Trademarks Look More Dissimilar Than Similar So, Adidas tried to prevent a Taiwanese company from registering its trademark here in Singapore, but failed. South Korea, Hong Kong and Germany have disallowed Lutong from using this symbol. Here's what happened. A trademark war In 2015, Lutong Enterprise applied to...

Messy E-Scooter Parking Causes Headache For Tanjong Pagar Residents & Authorities

E-Scooter Parking From Sharing Company Mess At Tanjong Pagar And Bugis E-scooter sharing is becoming a bigger deal in Singapore. Last September, the third and most aggressive e-scooter sharing service launched here. But people are beginning to notice the "messily parked scooters" in shared community spaces. Members of the public are starting to...

Being Part Of A Minority Race Overseas Taught Me To Be A Better Singaporean

We're all part of a minority race, somewhere in the world.

TODAY Just Published The Worst Article Of The Year. Singapore Netizens Tear It To...

Shisha gets banned in Singapore Local humour group SGAG pointed out the irony of the recent shisha ban in Singapore. These pictures explain it best. The e-cigarette comparison is particularly relevant, because e-cigarettes are generally acknowledged to be less harmful than real cigarettes because they don't contain tobacco. The images resonated...

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...

The Best From Parliament: Mud-Slinging Style

The drama continues Parliament has just been adjourned to this afternoon (13 February). The current hot topic being debated is on the Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council's (AHPETC) messy financial accounts and poor governance. Representatives have traded barbs, and we're rating comments from both sides. PAP: Source 1. 'If PAP had made the same mistakes, do you think...

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