Sexism Also Affects Men In Singapore — Here’s Why

Sexism In Singapore Sexism. Not really a word you hear a lot in Singaporean society right? But it really should be uttered more. Especially when it affects both sexes. Source That's right -- while sexism is commonly thought of to put women at a disadvantage, both genders face sexism in Singapore in entirely different...

“Girls Are Lazy” Comment By 987FM Radio Caller Isn’t A Hit With Listeners

Sexist Comment On 987FM Think sexism doesn’t exist in Singapore? Nope, it still exists, and it can surface when you least expect it to. Sexism reared its ugly head on national radio on Tuesday (Mar 7) morning when radio station 987FM received a call from a man who made some pretty...

8 Corporate Multitaskers Who Are Holding Top Roles In Multiple Organisations

Juggling Multiple Companies At Once Most Singaporeans can relate to this situation: Working long hours at a single job, but taking home a wage at the end of every month that barely makes ends meet. After deducting the various bill payments and necessities, you’ll be lucky to have anything left...

Singapore Biennale-Worthy Art Installation In Yishun Dismantled After Town Council Says It’s A Fire...

Why Yishun Again? Another day, another Yishun story. The constant stream of bizarre occurrences like grisly murders and cat abuse have made the northern neighbourhood infamous, and even got us thinking of building a wall to keep Yishun out. We’ve scratched our heads but still can’t figure out why everything and...

Minister Tharman Admires A Surprising Singaporean Singer For His Non-Conformism

Minister Tharman Loves Gentle Bones It must feel good when no less than a Cabinet minister praises you. In his most recent Facebook post, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam expressed praise for local singer-songwriter Joel Tan, better known as Gentle Bones. Surprisingly, the DPM knows Joel personally, and lauded him for his...

PM Lee’s Favourite Blog Throughly Encapsulates How Big His Inner Geek Is

PM Lee's fave blog is a math site We all know what a big geek our Prime Minister is. After all, he’s well versed in programming, and wrote a sudoku solver on C++ a few years ago. He even owns a lightsabre, which was gifted when he visited Lucasfilm in...

4 Alarming Struggles Migrant Workers Face In Singapore

Foreign Workers' Plight We've heard countless stories about foreign workers so much so that we tend to become indifferent towards them whenever they appear in the news. The sad truth is, as Singaporeans, although we know the plight of these foreign workers, there isn't much that is done to change...

10 Reasons Yishun Is Great Because All Neighbourhoods Are Good Neighbourhoods

Yishun Make Fun Of It Well well well, what do we know -- Yishun is in the news again! In small, stifling Singapore where nothing interesting ever happens, any glimpse of drama is immediately cast into the public eye, and it seems like the public isn’t ready to let go...

Private-Hire Car Services Preferred By Millennials Over Cabs Due To Price, According To Our...

Private-Hire Preferred Over Taxis The day has finally come -- there is now hard evidence that people in Singapore prefer private-hire car services like Uber and Grab to taxis, thanks to a survey conducted by the Public Transport Council (PTC). While The Straits Times’ report on the survey threw loads of...
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Comic Created By Local Artist Sheds Light On How Tough It Is For Single...

The Struggles Of Single Parents While some of us whined about not having a Valentine this week, others were stressed out about finding a place to live after their divorce. Because of this lack of social awareness towards the problems that many divorcees face in getting affordable public housing, local...

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