13 Noteworthy Candidate Reactions to GE2015

What did they have to say? After nine days of intense campaigning, there was inevitable disappointment among several opposition parties at the election results. Some took in their stride, looking to the future, while others were less pleased about the results. We take a look at what the big players had to...

15 Quotable Quotes From GE2015 We Will Remember Forever

More Than Words With every constituency contested, the stage was set for a heated war of words between politicians of opposing parties. Many of them had very interesting and memorable things to say -- we've picked out some of the best ones to remember. 1 . "Ownself Check Ownself!" Who: Pritam Singh...

Amos Yee Can’t Stop And Won’t Stop Challenging Singapore’s Laws

More on The Adventures of Amos Yee Amos Yee is back. Oh wait, he's never left. In fact, he has been more active than ever, uploading YouTube videos about the General Elections. In an interview with CNN, Amos voiced out his thoughts and shared that the "quality of content" in his video...

7 Candidates Who Could Be Singapore’s Next Transport Minister

Who Will Be Next? Dear Singaporeans, being Transport Minister is no easy job. Whenever trains break down, the first person people look for is you, even though it might have been due to a structural fault that was there for years. Whenever transport fares increase, your name is going to end up...

NUS And NTU Leap Ahead Of Yale University In Top University Ranking

For the first time, NUS and NTU reach the top 15 universities in the world The most astounding result of the annual Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) top universities survey is probably Singapore’s giant leap ahead of Yale University into the top universities hall of fame. National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological...

10 Completely Effective Tips To Survive The Haze (With Added GIFs)

10 ways to stay alive through haze Going back to work on Monday after the election-weekend, I felt an honest change in the air. Turns out, it was just the haze. The Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) has hit the “unhealthy” air quality over the past few days. The National Environment Agency said that...

This Excited Uncle Is The Best Uncle We All Missed Out On At GE2015

Triple H as first Lady Prime Minister? Han Hui Hui may have lost Radin Mas SMC – along with her deposit – garnering only (or an impressive) 10.04% of 2,629 votes. But bigger plans may be in store for her, according to this uncle who thinks she can be Singapore’s first...

12 Biggest Wins Of GE2015 More Unexpected Than The Eventual Results

Everyone's a winner, just not in the way they might actually want to win We've seen the best and worst of Singaporeans at GE2015. We've already covered the fails of this elections, and it's about time we turned to look at the winners. Some personalities have really managed to stand out...

15 Quotes From Singaporean Politicians That Are Either Hard Truths Or Half-Baked

15 popular quotes by politicians that are just cringe worthy Our Members of Parliament (MPs) have a great sense of humour -- when they speak, it's hilarious. The candidates running for the 2015 General Election uttered some great quotes at their rallies, after hours of practicing well-scripted speeches. However, at unscripted debates or press conferences, politicians are...

The Confirmed Results Of GE2015

Who won? Find out here Bukit Batok SMC People’s Action Party: David Ong -- 72.99% (18,204 votes) Singapore Democratic Party: Sadasivam Veriyah -- 26.40% (6,585 votes) Independent: Samir Salim Neji -- 0.60% (150 votes) Bukit Panjang SMC People’s Action Party: Teo Ho Pin -- 68.38% (21,935 votes) Singapore Democratic Party: Khung Wai Yeen -- 31.62% (10,143 votes) Fengshan SMC People’s Action Party:...