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...

5 Things You Need To Know To Secure A Hello Kitty EZ-Charm

Our guide to tapping in and out with Hello Kitty Mark your calendars and start your countdowns. 8 more days until Singapore goes full on kiasu mode. Source On Tuesday (21 April), EZ-Link announced the incoming release of what they call "the latest form of contactless technology" and a "breakthrough in form...

Singtel Suffers From Mobile Data Breakdown. Again.

And Singaporeans' feathers have been ruffled once again So Singtel's data services are down. Source Former Nominated Member of Parliament Calvin Cheng called the Singtel outage "a tragic embarrassment". Source How can we be a Smart Nation without reliable data connectivity? Somebody CC Lee Hsien Loong please. Outraged netizens flood Facebook Source Source ERP is also technology, but...

Will You Run 2500KM For Singapore? These 2 Runners Will.

Some give their full support, others say that this is pure madness Every Singaporean knows it's our Golden Jubilee this year. Tons of ideas have flooded in from people from all walks of life. We've received these cute, uniquely Singaporean stickers... Source We may even be planning to go overseas during the extra public holiday courtesy...

8 Things We Learnt From Lee Wei Ling’s Latest Commentary About ‘Papa’

The elusive professor weighs in on the Oxley Road bungalow debate Dr Lee Wei Ling has been quite the frequent contributor to The Straits Times, the latest with an article about her dear 'Papa'. In her submission published in The Sunday Times (19 April), the professor at the National Neuroscience Institute weighs...

IKEA Caught In A Lose-Lose Situation With Anti-Gay Pastor Lawrence Khong

Gay rights activists fight back against IKEA's support for Khong's magic show Lawrence Khong is the senior pastor at Faith Community Baptist Church (FCBC), and is known for his strong views on homosexuality. He spoke out extensively about Pink Dot, and even engaged many in heated discussions on his official...

Singaporeans Online Aren’t As Negative As You Might Believe

For every troll, there's a troll-slayer When it comes to the Internet and social media (and just life in general), there is a trend towards the negative, where bad stuff is amplified and good stuff, not so much. Hence most news reported is bad news, and consequently, so are the reactions. Yet,...

14 Celebrity Look-alikes Who Could Be Twins

Are you seeing double? They say everyone has a physical look-alike somewhere out there in this world. You may think that your favourite celebrity is one-of-a-kind, but their doppelgänger would have you seeing double. Some of them are so alike that you could swap one for the other without anyone...

8 Things That Could Happen As Singapore Gets Hotter & Wetter

We Predict The Future Of A Warmer & Rainier Singapore Source It's official. The results of the Second National Climate Change Study conducted by the Meteorological Service Singapore’s (MSS) Centre for Climate Research Singapore (CCRS), was released 15th April. The report implies that the we will all start complaining more about the...

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...

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