8 Nefarious Singaporeans On Interpol’s Wanted List

18 people on the Interpol list whittled down to just 8 names The Interpol is an intergovernmental organisation that helps coordinate international police cooperation. It regularly publishes a list of wanted people, and top syndicate bosses are usually no stranger to this list. Since Singapore is known to be a relatively safe country...

Tan Kin Lian: University Is Not The Only Route To Success

But it remains to be seen if degree-chasing Singaporeans will take heed Tan Kin Lian is the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NTUC Income and a 2011 Presidential Election candidate. Source He also founded and runs a website about "insurance, investment and financial planning and social issues in Singapore". He recently published a...

Man Accuses Police Of Hitting Him And Causing Head Injuries

UPDATE (7 April) The police are currently in the process of investigation. They verified that a spot-check had indeed been carried out at a "public entertainment outlet" in Bras Basah Road, and that a 41-year-old man had been arrested. A policeman took Tan's statement at around noon at Tan Tock Seng Hospital...

Singapore’s Muslim Population To Overtake Christianity’s By 2050

Assuming the government doesn't do anything about it, that is Religion is an important but touchy topic in Singapore, meaning that Charlie Hebdo cartoons would most certainly not be condoned. A study released on 2 April by Washington-based think-tank Pew Research Centre included the religion trends of Singapore. Data from over 2500 sources was analysed over...

10 Highly Possible Changes To The SG50 Events

Changes are "in light of the death of Mr Lee Kuan Yew" SG50 was Singapore's way of celebrating its Golden Jubilee and had a whole host of events and goodies lined up. However, the celebration has been temporarily muted due to the death of our first Prime Minister Lee Kuan...

Amos Yee Insulted Christianity Yet Now Being Helped By Christian

It remains to be seen if Amos will be grateful Remember Amos Yee, the 17-year-old dude who made insensitive remarks about the late Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity in his YouTube video? After his video went viral, more than 20 police reports were filed against him. He was arrested by the...

Son Of Former ISA Detainee Is Surprisingly Calm About LKY

Otto Fong sits down for an interview with Straits Times editor Otto Fong is the son of Fong Swee Suan, a former politician detained under the Internal Security Act in the infamous Operation Coldstore. Source Otto Fong was recently asked by a friend as to whether he would queue for eight hours...

14 Parting Quotes From LKY’s Family To Remember Him By

PM Lee finally called him 'Papa' and not 'Mr Lee Kuan Yew' In a touching private ceremony at Mandai Crematorium, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew's family members gathered to send him off on his final journey. They delivered touching, personal eulogies to the man they called "Papa" or "Yeye"....

17-Year-Old Youtube Kid Arrested For Describing LKY and Jesus As “Malicious”

Amos Yee has been arrested over his anti-LKY YouTube video This man (boy?) is 17-year-old Amos Yee, a budding film-maker and YouTuber. Source 'Lee Kuan Yew Is Finally Dead!' What got him arrested? A video titled 'Lee Kuan Yew Is Finally Dead!' on his YouTube channel. In the eight-minute long video, Amos said that LKY...

Former Malaysian PM Mahathir Publishes Blog Post About LKY

Mahathir expresses sadness in blog post titled "Kuan Yew and I" Former Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr. Mahathir Mohamed has paid tribute to Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew in a 13-pointer blog post published today (27 March). Source "I cannot say I was a close friend" Mahathir acknowledged that the relations between him and...

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