Turns Out Singaporeans Aren’t The Top Stealers Of Random Hotel Stuff

Another list where we're somewhere at the top A survey conducted by popular hotel booking site hotels.com has "commended" Singaporean travellers for having sticky fingers. That loosely translates to the fact that Singaporeans are the second most likely travellers in the world to "take" items from hotel rooms back home. Argentineans have...

Sonny Liew’s Graphic Novel Sells Out Despite (Or Because Of) NAC’s Grant Withdrawal

Haphazard National Arts Council indirectly boosts publicity for graphic novel Ever heard of the graphic novel The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye by comic artist Sonny Liew? Thanks to the National Arts Council's (NAC) sudden revoking of their arts grant to Liew's new graphic novel, you've definitely heard of it now,...

10 Netizen Comments About Foreign Sporting Talent That Finally Make Some Sense

Stop hating on foreign sport imports and read this Last night (2 June), two important Southeast Asian (SEA) Games matches took place on home ground. One was an all-Singapore showdown in the women's table tennis doubles final at the Singapore Indoor Stadium: Source The other was a grueling Singapore versus Malaysia netball preliminary at...

Ex-NTUC Chief Lim Swee Say Continues To Do NTUC Things As Minister of Manpower

Ex-labour chief continues to do labour chief stuff in new role as Minister of Manpower New Minister of Manpower Lim Swee Say has described his transition from NTUC secretary-general to working in the government in the manpower sector as being "seamless". He has been in the MOM in for a...

13 Gadgets Every Rich Kid From The 90s Had

Tech in the 90's was more complicated than just the latest smartphone Show them to any kid now and they're likely to feel bewildered – what in the world are these? They weren’t necessarily the most high tech gadgets, but we loved them all the same. These technology might even seem a little...

The New Driving License Classification Just Made Things More Complicated

Class 3C will apply for normal Toyota Corollas in Singapore Ask anyone with a driving license and they'll tell you it's not easy to drive in Singapore. Here's 3 (non-exhaustive) reasons why: 1) Prospective drivers have to undergo at least 20 lessons and 3 tests before receiving that A8-sized card. 2) There are...

Ex-NMP Calvin Cheng Uses ISD Arrests To Equate Playwright Alfian Sa’at To ISIS Propaganda

Calvin Cheng takes advantage of ISD arrests to attack Alfian Sa'at It would appear that Calvin Cheng, outspoken social commentator and former Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP), does not like poet and playwright Alfian Sa'at very much. A post by Cheng called for the need to monitor prominent commentators, specifically Alfian...

This SG50 Project About Neighbourhood Playgrounds Is Finally Worth Your Time

Playgrounds finally get their deserved time in the limelight SG50 has been propping up everywhere we go. From car stickers to marathons to concerts put up in the name of SG50, some brands are just over-using the campaign. Source Restaurants are also giving out SG50 promotions or changing their menus to accommodate...

14 Greatest McDonald’s Toys That Made Every 90’s Kid Love Their Childhood

When Happy Meal meant a happy belly and a happy child All Singaporeans love that F word – Free. When a toy comes free with a happy meal, all the better – talk about killing two birds with one stone. Remember how many burgers you stuffed yourself just to complete that Hello...

Super Violent, Gory Poem Used In Exam For Secondary 1 Kids Invites Uproar

Is the poem too much for a 13-year-old to handle? Dunearn Secondary School has come under the media spotlight after an alarmed parent spoke up about a 'violent' poem that was used in a Secondary 1 literature exam. (A typical Sec 1 student will be only 13 years old.) According to...

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