Daily Archives: 2015-05-09

Religion can lead the way
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 32

By Masked Crusader Religion can lead the way. Which is to say it has not—at least in the case of Amos Yee. Among the charges Yee, Singapore’s most famous 16-year-old, is facing is one for creating content with the, “deliberate intention of wounding Read More

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Much ado over one little Amos Yee
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 43

By Jentrified Citizen It’s been 40 days since Amos Yee was arrested and he has spent some 15 days in remand since then. Following the 2-day trial which ended yesterday, this 16-year-old boy is currently languishing in a Changi Prison cell awaiting the Read More

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Sengkang LRT trains stuck on tracks due to power fault
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 9

By Failrail.sg On Friday, more than one train stuck due to power fault at Sengkang LRT West Loop (8 May). According to hear-say from local residents, passengers were detrained from the train which was stuck on the tracks. There was also a mention Read More

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Owed $3000 Paid $500
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 8

Bangladeshi worker Jamal Uddin was claiming unpaid wages of up to $3000 but ended up being paid only $500 after MOM’s initial intervention. Read More…

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No proof Christians were hurt by Amos Yee’s video: defence
By Andrew Loh Published on by Andrew Loh 76

Amos Yee had no deliberate intention to wound the feelings of the entire religious community, counsel for the teenager said in his defence on day two of the trial on Friday. The 16-year old teen is being tried on two charges relating to Read More

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