Daily Archives: July 10, 2015

Man stands up for another who was being abused in MRT train
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

An incident took place in the MRT train recently as shown in the video below. Apparently, a Caucasian commuter was unhappy with a t-shirt a young man was wearing and started scolding and taunting the young man. While he was doing so, the Read More

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In a ‘seismic shift’, PM moves from being sorry to being concerned
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By Joseph Lefort In a seismic shift of epic proportions, PM Lee Hsien Loong moves from ” I’m sorry for the transport woes” in 2011 to ‘I’m very concerned’ in 2015. Singaporeans are impressed, but not quite all of them. You see, you can Read More

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“Our Singapore” – feel-good version by JJ Lin
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The latest version of this year’s National Day theme song, “Our Singapore”, has been released online. This version of the song will be performed by JJ Lin at the National Day Parade, to follow the earlier published version by composer Dick Lee. The Read More

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Productivity growth needed for Singapore to remain relevant in next 50 years
By Kirsten Han Posted on by Kirsten Han 0

Singapore’s Jubilee has been feted as a year of celebration and pride in the city-state’s achievements, but the outlook for the next 50 years remains more uncertain. The opening plenary of the fifth DBS Asian Insights Conference sought to explore the possibilities and Read More

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36 arrested in suspected brothels operating in HDB heartland
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It has been reported that the Singapore Police Force arrested 36 suspects in HDB flats in an island-wide anti-vice operation on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. The HDB flats which the suspects were arrested in, are suspected to be operating as brothels. The arrested, 2 men Read More

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Lee Kuan Yew to go on radio on 9 August at 9am
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Former Prime Minister will take to the radio on 9 August at 9am to recite Singapore’s Proclamation of Independence – through a message that was recorded with him years ago. The Proclamation of Independence was signed in Mr Lee’s name, but the only time that Read More

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People’s Power Party is registered – Goh Meng Seng
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“I am glad to announce that ROS (Registry of Societies) has been quite efficient this time round and our registration of People’s Power Party has been approved.” The above was the simple announcement made by veteran politician Goh Meng Seng on his Facebook Read More

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“When a human being suffers, we join in solidarity”
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By Nicole Ling I’m glad the torture of Amos Yee has caught international attention. To people who claim United Nations should mind their own business, I want these Singaporeans to know that human rights and child abuse are international issues. Singaporeans who don’t Read More

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