3 Times ‘Real News’ Sites Messed Up Singapore Facts During The Trump-Kim Summit

Singapore Is Not Part Of Malaysia Or China, Or The Entirety Of Sentosa Don't get us wrong, we're not bitter about anyone not knowing where to place us on the map. Our island spans all of 50km across, a mere pinprick as compared to gargantuan America or North Korea. But as the...

5 Times Animal Telepathy Helped These Pet Owners Understand Their Fur-Kids

"Animal Communicators" Develop Telepathy With Your Pet To Converse With It People who have always wanted to know what animals are thinking need look no further than self-styled "animal communicators". Animal communicators claim they can speak telepathically to pets to find out their needs. While this service raises eyebrows in many quarters...

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...

Two Teens Arrested Under ISA Proves That Terrorism Actually Exists In Singapore

One youth even wanted join ISIS in Syria Still think that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is something that affects only Iraq and Syria? Think again. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) announced today (27 May) that two teens were arrested under the Internal Security Act (ISA) for...

Maids Of Singapore: Domestic Helpers Tell All – Part 1

Four domestic helpers tell us life stories from the heart A typical day in Singapore looks something like this: Source A sea of (mostly) tired and flustered faces amidst frustrating peak hour crowds, each with a different story to tell. Some longingly look forward to a hot bowl of rice back home, some excitedly anticipate...

In 1978 LKY Refused To Let Asylum Seekers In, How Much Has Changed Since...

Lee Kuan Yew said "No" to permanent migrant refuge In 1978, then-Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew sat down with the New York Times to discuss refugees. He said: "You’ve got to grow calluses on your heart or you just bleed to death." Source The late Lee Kuan Yew was referring to being “callous”...

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