Could the Aljunied GRC be the Four-Minute-Mile Feat For Opposition Parties In Singapore?

Before Aljunied GRC, no one thought it was possible The Group Representation Constituency (GRC) System was introduced in Singapore in 1988, for the purpose of ensuring that the minorities in Singapore are well-represented at the Parliament through the contesting of political parties in a group that consists of at least...

Calling Singapore A “Terribly Racist Country” Only Divides Us Even More

Racism isn't just a 'Singapore' thing, it depends on every individual.

10 Former Offenders Who Defied The Odds And Turned Their Life Around

Former Offenders Who Turned Their Lives Around Drugs, gangs, convicts and prison are not words that you would typically expect to hear when someone describes their life story. Yet, they easily pepper the speech of these Singaporeans, who are disarmingly frank about their chequered past. For most of them, a...

This Singaporean Couple’s Epic Star Wars Themed Wedding Photoshoot Just Won The Internet

Pre-wedding photoshoot gets picked up and appears in various geek websites Adrian and Adeline are two completely nondescript Singaporeans who just happened to be massive fans of the most awesome film series ever, Star Wars. They also happened to be getting married. What better way to celebrate their marriage than to weave...

Three Lawyers And A Counsellor: Who Are Amos Yee’s Saviours?

The Adventures of Amos Yee: 21 April A counsellor forked out the $20,000 to bail Amos Yee out yesterday (21 April) after Singapore's favourite teen spent 4 days in remand. Vincent Law, who works with youth and families, apparently has $20,000 just lying around, is one of the activists calling for charges...

SMRT Has Finally Identified The Cause Of Singapore’s Worst MRT Breakdown

The great 7/7 mystery solved Three weeks ago (7 Jul), trains across North-South and East-West lines (NSEWL) were disrupted, with 250,000 commuters affected by the worst MRT breakdown in history. That night, Singapore's train network looked like this: Source What really happened? SMRT has since solved the great mystery of the massive rail disruption, attributing...

Ex-Student Sues RGS And Demands Compensation For Pain And Suffering. You Read That Right.

RGS has described her allegations as 'frivolous'. Ooh. A former student of Raffles' Girls School (RGS) has sued them for failing to protect her from bullies and for forcing her to study overseas. Oh, the humanity! 18-year-old Cheryl Tan wants RGS to compensate her for her "pain and suffering" and the...

Here’s The Surprising Results When 4 Singaporeans Talk To Family About Retirement

Singaporeans probably don't really know as much about retirement as they should Retirement can be an awkward subject to talk about. Especially to elder siblings. After all, they have more life experiences, and are therefore expected to know more. Except maybe they don’t. 4 Singaporeans sat down with their elder relatives to...

7 Public Figures Blessed With Incredibly Good-Looking Children In Singapore

Incredibly Good-Looking Children Of Public Figures In Singapore Aside from their various talents, most celebrities and public figures are also blessed with incredibly good looks. Some of their children are turning heads by stepping out of their parents’ shadows and making a name for themselves. Here are 7 extra good-looking children of public...

Homeless Mother Of 3 Now Owns A Tech Start-Up After A Divorce Left Her...

She'll Graduate With A Business Diploma At Singapore Polytechnic In 2019 As feel-good stories go, the inspiring journey of this young mother will change your perspective on life forever. She emerged victorious after a hard-fought battle to support her family against all odds. The resilient lady bared all in touching Facebook post...

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