Daily Archives: 2016-04-02

    Justice isn’t just about blame but also about prevention and collective responsibility
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    By Ghui The senseless and brutal killing of a 4-year-old girl in Taipei shocked and appalled many across the world. As Taiwan grieved and amidst some vigilante justice, the mother of the young victim has spoken out against any retributive violence with much Read More

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    Mother of 4-year-old little girl hopes her tragedy can be a lesson for the greater good and call attention to issues in society
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    As Taiwan grieved and amidst some vigilante justice for the 4-year-old girl who was decapitated by a deranged male adult, Ms Claire Wang, the mother of the young victim has spoken out against any retributive violence with much grace and compassion Speaking to Read More

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    The Bernie Effect: Taking down mainstream media for a new generation of liberals
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    By Sean Francis Han 6 March, or Super Saturday if you’re following the U.S presidential primaries, was the second major date in the race after primary season kicked off on Super Tuesday. In the wake of Super Saturday Sanders had fought new life Read More

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    Singapore banks’ outlook downgrade by Moody’s: What it means
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    By Chris Kuan On 31st March 2016, the credit rating agency Moody’s downgraded the credit outlook of a few banks, namely, DBS, OCBC and UOB to negative. The reason was due to deteriorating credit conditions or in other words, increasing problem loans caused Read More

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