Sengkang’s HDB Tiles Are Falling At A Rate That Isn’t Falling

Falling Tiles If you're in Sengkang, be sure to watch out for tiles randomly falling from the walls of Housing Board (HDB) blocks. Source Residents Sengkang East Way have been facing the problem of falling wall tiles for years, according to Lianhe Zaobao. Yeah.... apparently it is normal there for wall tiles to...

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China’s President Ironically Says Big Countries Shouldn’t Impose Their Will On Smaller Countries

Xi Jinping Speaks In Geneva China's President Xi Jinping is a very important man. He attends important meetings, like the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, and makes important speeches, like the one he made on Wednesday (Jan 18) at the United Nations office in Geneva. And when he says things,...

Poly Lecturer Wore Bunny Costume To Teach Students Teamwork And Students Loved It

Lecturer's Interesting Teaching Methods We thought its only the primary schools that make use of furry mascots to put their pupils at ease. A lecturer at the Republic Polytechnic School of Hospitality seems to think her students are of the age to be won over by dancing bunnies. Source Dancing Bunnies Employing a tactic...

6 Interesting SkillsFuture Courses You Can Sign Up For That Surprisingly Exist

SkillsFuture Singapore The first-year results of the SkillsFuture programme were released earlier this month, reported The Straits Times - and the take-up rate wasn't ideal, to say the least. Only 126,000 Singaporeans out of more than two million eligible took courses under SkillsFuture, a rate of just 6.3%. The $500 credit is...

New Mega Childcare Centre In Sengkang Park Looks Like It Belongs In Gardens By...

First Ever Childcare Centre In A Park How would you like your future children to be running around in the lush greenery of a park, in between classes? Parents of the future, start preparing to stake out in front of your computer to register for the first-ever childcare centre built in...
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The Straits Times Twitter Account Finally Does Something Politically Incorrect Because Donald Trump

ST Likes Anti-Donald Trump Tweets Are you seeing what we're seeing? The Straits Times' official Twitter account has finally endorsed something remotely anti-Trump! These two tweets contribute to the rare 32 likes the account has given out across its existence. Source About The Tweets The two tweets "Liked" were made by Ms Bess...

A Singaporean App Has Hidden $800 Cash In NTU – Here’s How You Can...

Mouse Hunt Hunt the mouse! No, not that Mousehunt game on Facebook where you sound the horn every 15 minutes. This mouse hunt has more tangible rewards - a mouth-watering $800 cash prize that will have you grinning from ear to ear. Source Strike Gold The game, organised by mobile app Sqkii, sounds too...

China Wants To Build KL-Singapore High-Speed Rail In Half The Time, Netizens Are Unimpressed

China Eyes High-Speed Rail Tender The coming Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project has already sacrificed a few high-profile victims. (Read our story on the acquisition of Raffles Country Club.) But here's a sure-fire way to potentially knock off a few more, live victims: Award the project tender to China. Source China Says They're...
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7 Times Foreign Workers Have Come To The Aid Of Everyday Singaporeans

The Justice League Foreign workers leave their families and homes behind to come to Singapore to work for a better life, so we wouldn't blame them if our country is just a stopover for them. But there are some who make the best of their time here, and extending a helping...