Daily Archives: 2015-12-02

Political exile featured in To Singapore, With Love dies of old age in Thailand
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Last updated on April 24th, 2016 at 04:07 pmWong Soon Fong, a political exile featured in the banned documentary To Singapore, With Love, died of old age on Tuesday afternoon in Betong, Thailand. Unable to consume food for the past few days, he had Read More

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What kind of video conference equipment suits your business?
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By Jesscia M. Although it may seem like a simple function to perform – call someone miles and miles away with a little video feed attached – there’s vast array of budget choices and equipment decisions to be made surrounding video conferencing. Today more Read More

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Why we shouldn’t have 2 houses of parliament
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By Yudhishthra Nathan 1 Parliament with 2 Houses, or bicameralism, is an idea that is most intriguing. The Mother of Parliaments has the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The world’s oldest democracy has the House of Representatives and the Senate. The Read More

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TOC Editorial: Political changes should strengthen our democracy
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Is it time for Singapore’s political system to change? If so, how much? It’s a question that will likely attract many different answers, depending on who you ask. Yet it is vital to the well-being of the nation, and to all of us Read More

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Singapore’s migrant worker poets
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On 13 December 2015, the 14 shortlisted finalists of Singapore’s second Migrant Worker Poetry Competition 2015 will read their poems in 7 languages at the National Library. In Singapore, many blue-collar migrant workers still face discrimination and lack of integration with the local community Read More

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Alleged match-fixer re-arrested by police for investigations
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Alleged match-fixer, Dan Tan Seet Eng was re-arrested by the Singapore police on Tuesday night after being released from his detention without trial last week. Singapore’s apex court, the Court of Appeal had earlier judged that Tan’s detention under the Criminal Law (Temporary Read More

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