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...

Zentai Is A Super Weird Thing Where People Wear Full Body Spandex And It’s...

The body suits aren't the only things you'll be checking out.... *wink* What an average Singaporean will tweet about Zentai: WTF ROFLMAO I thought Australia's Snuff Puppets were weird enough ?! ! ?! ! What an average Singaporean really thinks about Zentai: Y dey not naked Source So, what exactly is Zentai? I can't think...

Controversial Law To Protect LKY’s Name Doesn’t Go Down Well With The Public

Good intentions, but is this law a step too far in the wrong direction? According to the Minister for Culture, Community, and Youth Lawrence Wong, the government has plans to introduce laws that will "protect the name and image" of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, who unfortunately passed away on 23...

Roaring LionsXII Homecoming After FA Cup Victory Proves Local Football Support Isn’t Dead

LionsXII return to a cheering Changi Airport Saturday (23 May) was the first time Singapore won the Malaysia FA Cup in the competition 26-year history. Singapore's contribution to Malaysian football clinched the historic victory 3-1 over favourites Kelantan. And when they brought the FA Cup home across the Causeway, over 2,000 jubilant...

“Singapura: The Musical” Is So Bad, Even Mainstream Media Cringes

High expectations were set, but Singapore-themed musical fails to deliver We first talked about the Filipino-helmed, Filipino-produced, and largely Filipino-starring musical, Singapura, all the way back in January. The musical focuses on the lives of ordinary Singaporeans during the years 1955-1965. "The story of the musical must be about the nameless and faceless heroes...

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”...

8 Koala-ty Facts About The Zoo’s Latest Marsupial Exhibits From Down Under

You will want to buy zoo tickets to see the koalas after reading this Four foreigners from down under are in town! And we know it's cold back at Aussie, but could someone tell them to lose the fur coats? Source Alright alright, enough weather jokes. These four Australian koalas have been open for...

3 Reasons Why Gentle Bones Is Singapore’s Ed Sheeran In The Making

'Forced' to sing at first, Joel Tan has now signed with Universal Music Singapore Gentle Bones deserves all the attention he's getting in Singapore's music scene today. He even deserves to perform internationally in front of thousands of music lovers. Yes, he's that good. Source Joel Tan first began singing only when his friends 'forced'...

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