Singapore Breezes Past 80 Gold Medal Mark, Making SEA Games History

Singapore Breaks National Record With 82 Gold Medals The 28th SEA Games comes to a close tomorrow (16 June), Singapore has broken previous medal records with 82 Golds, 72 Silvers and 99 Bronzes at press time. That's a whopping 253 medals. Source We come in second to Thailand, which has 87 Gold medals as of...

9 Singaporean Ministers And Their Completely Plausible Alternate Career Paths

What would the Ministers do if they weren't Ministers? We see them on the TV, we read about them and they lead us. But have we ever wondered what they could have been if they weren't our leaders? MustShareNews take a look at what 9 Ministers could be if they weren't Ministers. 1....

We Asked People At Pink Dot 2015 One Question, This Is What They Said

After this, you'll know why more and more people turn up at Pink Dot every year Pink Dot SG, a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rally celebrating the freedom to love, breaks a record every year. Source This year, Pink Dot boasted an exceptional crowd of 28,000 pink-clad Singaporeans dotting the grounds...

18-Year-Old Singaporean Silat Exponent Wins Gold, Sheds Tears On Podium

The Hero Who Cried Source On 14 June, upon stepping up on the podium as the Champion of the Pencak Silat Class F, Muhammad Nur Alfian Juma'en broke into tears after being overwhelmed by his feelings. Now known as the Hero who cried, we explain why Nur Alfian's tears and victory matters...

11 Things Singaporean SEA Games Athletes Have Been Up To Apart From Winning Gold...

Here's 11 more reasons why SEA Games athletes are perfect After you finish reading this, you might be wondering whether I over-stalked the social media of athletes just to write this article. But I'll just tell you now. That's exactly what I did. #NoShame Aaaaaanywaaay. This my friends, is how you would look...

More Of LKY’s Stuff To Be Available For Viewing In Exhibitions

Trustees of LKY's estate donated some of his personal belongings to the National Heritage Board The public has spoken -- they really, really like to look at Mr. Lee Kuan Yew's things. He also liked to look at things, but that's besides the point. The executors of LKY's estate, consisting of...

Letter From Amos Yee’s Lawyers Indicate Amos Yee Is Having Suicidal Thoughts

Letter addressed to Jasvender Kaur, judge in charge of Amos Yee's case Amos Yee is not enjoying his time in remand. Of course, no one would expect to be living on the lap of luxury in what is essentially jail, but you know shit's getting serious when he's having suicidal thoughts. According...

Singapore’s Inter-faith Communities Aren’t Doing Enough At Their Jobs

Singapore, Multi-Cultural, Multi-Religious We’ve heard all these things before. But, have you ever wondered why we have become associated with such descriptions? We, the citizens of Singapore, pledge ourselves as one united people. Regardless of race, language or religion… We have internalized the words. We know what they mean. In school, during National Service,...

Sylvia Lim Writes Enlightening Open Letter To AHPETC Residents — We Decode It For...

Sylvia Lim's Open Letter to Aljunied Residents: Explained Following the high court ruling last month (27 May), Justice Quentin Loh had rejected the government's application for independent auditors to check on the Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC). However, he also took the chance to give AHPETC a dressing down for...

SEA Games: Filipino Diver Flops With Zero Score Dives, But Delivers Perfect 10 Comeback

Springboard Diver's Brave Response To Epic Fail On 10 june, videos of failed dives by Filipino diver John David Pahoyo during the SEA Games 3-metre Aquatics Diving Final spread like wild fire. The 17-year-old splashed into the pool unceremoniously and was left with a score of zero in that particular dive. SGAG uploaded a...