Daily Archives: 2015-03-26

TODAY paper misrepresents Low Thia Khiang’s tribute in Parliament
By Andrew Loh Posted on by Andrew Loh 53

By Carlton Tan Amid calls for Singaporeans to temper their criticism of the late Lee Kuan Yew in this period of mourning, Workers’ Party Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang’s tribute in Parliament has struck a raw nerve because of TODAY’s misrepresentation. According to TODAY’s Read More

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“Oscar-worthy” Moments from the 9th Asian Film Awards
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The 9th Asian Film Awards (AFA) ceremony, dubbed the “Oscars of Asia”, was held at The Venetian Macao last night, commemorating another year of excellence in Asian cinema. Read More…

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LKY Controversial: LGBT – “It’s a genetic variation”
By Andrew Loh Posted on by Andrew Loh 14

Mr Lee Kuan Yew was never one to shy away from the most controversial of topics or issues. Indeed, he is just about the only politician in Singapore who could speak his mind frankly on these issues, be they issues which have to Read More

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Australian and S’pore PR fined $3,000 for assault on jazz singer
By Andrew Loh Posted on by Andrew Loh 11

Australian Aaron Peter Jeremicjczyk, a 39-year-old Singapore permanent resident, has been fined S$3,000 for assaulting jazz singer Dawn Ho last year. The incident happened at the Beach Station on Sentosa island at about 9.20pm on 9 March 2014. 35-year-old Ms Ho had seen Read More

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Interview with Thum Ping Tjin about Lee Kuan Yew’s Singapore – Part 1
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 17

Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 08:50 pm Your browser does not support native audio, but you can download this MP3 to listen on your device.  Malaysia’s independent radio station, BFM 89.9 interviewed Thum Ping Tjin, Research Associate at the Centre for Global Read More

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