Daily Archives: 2015-10-11

Would you let someone know he is the target of racism?

If you were asked to translate a racist message and read it to the person whom that message is targeted, would you? It is not uncommon to come across racism in society, and especially online. Even here in Singapore, we have seen and read comments on Internet platforms which assail others just for being who they are. But what if …

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Singapore condemns bomb blasts in Ankara

Singapore condemned the bomb blasts in Ankara, Turkey through comments made by a Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson to the media on Saturday night at around 10pm. “Singapore condemns the bomb blasts in Ankara and is saddened by the loss of innocent lives. We convey our condolences to the families of the victims, and wish the injured a speedy recovery,” …

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Could one of these pups be your new best friend?

Meet the canines of SOSD Singapore – they’re all looking for a forever home. Some of them just need a little bit more care to bounce back to full health, but adopting a pet can be an extremely rewarding experience. Plus these doggy portraits just tug at heartstrings. There’s Oki, who is 5 years old. He’s still in the shelter, and …

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Reform needed in Singapore’s clemency process, says M Ravi

Note: The author of this piece is a founding member of We Believe in Second Chances. In pushing Singapore to take baby steps away from the death penalty, one aspect of the criminal justice system in need of reform could be the clemency process, said anti-capital punishment campaigner M Ravi at a film screening and discussion organised for the World …

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