The Story Behind Lee Kuan Yew And That Black Ribbon

Member of Parliament Alex Yam posted on Facebook an anecdote of how the black ribbon motif came about. Source Tribute to Mr. Lee Kuan Yew in black ribbon motif Following Mr. Lee Kuan Yew's demise, a black ribbon motif with Mr. Lee's likeness has been circulating widely on social media. Many...

PM Lee Struggled To Keep It Together While Addressing His Father’s Passing

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's address took place at this morning In a rare live televised address to the nation, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong spoke directly to Singapore about the passing of his father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. And it was uber sad to see our PM try to keep...

Netizens Flame Lui Tuck Yew Over 91.3% Public Transport Satisfaction

Lui cites some ghost survey to prove point about increased commuter satisfaction Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew recently commented that a wild Public Transport Customer Satisfaction Survey done by SIM University found out that 91.3% of commuters were satisfied with public transport in 2014. Given the unreliability of public transport...

Netizens Outraged At Student’s Outrage Over Tiger Beer Marketing Ad

Student's comments about Tiger Beer stunt prompts netizens to ask him to chill ...with a Tiger. Undergraduate Timothy Chan was not impressed with a publicity stunt by Tiger Beer which entailed placing wooden crates around abandoned pre-war structures in Mount Faber, including a military bunker. "It is an outrage because it is a historical site,...

That B&W Photography Series Of Seedy Singapore Was Done Without Permission

Luciano Checco's series did not acquire permission from subjects Italian photographer Luciano Checco's recent photography series "The Other Singapore" was all over the internet yesterday (9 March), featuring a side of Singapore most aren't familiar with. The Singapore-based shutterbug trawled the streets of seedy Geylang, capturing images of pimps, prostitutes, and...

10 Netizen Comments That Make Singaporeans Look Crazy

Social media is filled with a lot of very unhappy people On social media, a war is being fought every day. This war is far from ordinary -- the weapon of choice is a keyboard and the ammunition, laden with words used to defame, discredit, and other horrible things. Above all,...

Tan Chuan-Jin Is Latest PAP Politician To Call In Sick

Manpower Minister is 4th to fall ill in two months MustShareNews has discovered a disturbing phenomenon: PAP politicians are dropping like flies. 2015 has barely gotten its game going; we've only just started in March. Yet, four politicians have had issues with their health in this short time period. We wonder...

TODAY Somehow Finds Writer Who AGREES With Petrol Price Hike

We wonder how hard TODAY had to look to find Carol Yuen So a certain Carol Yuen Ai Zhen recently wrote to TODAY (26 February) with an opinion piece titled "Reasons for petrol duty hikes sound". If you remember, Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said in his 2015 Budget speech on Monday...

17 Alternative News Websites You Should Be Following

Who says only Straits Times can produce quality articles? Mainstream media does not typically publish anti-government pieces, so readers like us tend to get very myopic views and perspectives about the political and societal landscape in Singapore. MustShareNews believes that more should be done to loosen the iron fist control that...

Minister Tan Chuan-Jin Finds Tissue Seller Who Works For Fun

Elderly lady sells tissues to keep herself occupied Have you ever heard of a tissue seller who sells tissues for fun? Apparently, Minister Tan Chuan-Jin met one. Minister for Manpower Tan Chuan-Jin is highly active on social media and often shares stories about the everyday people he meets. Some of them require...

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