Our Reader’s Encounter With LKY Sums Up His Love For Mrs Lee

A reader shares a run-in with LKY We don't usually do reader submissions, but this story from a MustShareNews reader had us reaching for tissues. The reader prefers not to be named. We reproduce the submission in full below: I am a reader of the your site and I read the article of the Lee Kuan...

How Singapore’s MRT Compares To Other Asian Rail Networks

Comparing Rail Networks Across Asia Stuffy, overpacked, and constantly breaking down.  There’s no doubt that taking trains during peak hours - or in general - has become less comfortable in the last few years. Especially with so many incidents happening to trains in the recent months, from flooding, to a "coming together"...

Netizens’ Responses To Art Project On Hawker Centres Show That Singaporeans Are Too Money-Minded

Project to 'artsify' hawker centres derided by netizens A new project aiming to bring art to hawker centres by putting up murals and art installations has been criticized by netizens for wasting money. This project is jointly organised by the National Environment Agency and National Heritage Board in partnership with the National...

SMRT’s Signalling System Upgrade Was Supposed To Have Been Completed By 2002

Resignalling Works On The MRT Were Meant To Be Completed By 2002 Following the incident of two MRT trains colliding at Joo Koon MRT station, questions raised by the public skyrocketed regarding the safety and reliability of the signalling system that SMRT claims to be "improving". Source This may be a surprise...

SDP: PAP Copied Our 2012 Medishield Life Idea

How much of Medishield Life is a copy? The Medishield Life bill, passed in parliament on 29 January, has been touted by the PAP to be the better and more comprehensive relative of the previous Medishield scheme. However, opposition party Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) has come out to spoil the...

4 Alarming Struggles Migrant Workers Face In Singapore

Foreign Workers' Plight We've heard countless stories about foreign workers so much so that we tend to become indifferent towards them whenever they appear in the news. The sad truth is, as Singaporeans, although we know the plight of these foreign workers, there isn't much that is done to change...

CPF Board Hopes To Teach Students About CPF Earlier, So It’s Less Cheem When...

CPF Board hopes students will "develop an appreciation for CPF" at an earlier stage.

8 Books That Should Have Been Literature Texts Too

Singapore's literature curriculum reimagined Young fans of The Hunger Games, delight in this new piece of news: Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) has made the book a literature text for their Secondary 2 students. Source Yup, the popular best-selling book will be making its debut alongside literature veteran The Merchant of Venice....

Tembusu Students’ Open Letter To Our 4th Prime Minister Proves Millennials Care About Singapore

Tembusu College Students From NUS Write A Heartfelt Open Letter To Our 4th Prime Minister If you thought that millennials don't care about the state of our nation, think again. An open letter addressed to the 4th Prime Minister of Singapore - widely touted to be one of these three candidates...

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