Daily Archives: 2017-06-27

38 Oxley Rd: Why now, not later?
By Leong Sze Hian Published on by Leong Sze Hian 0

I refer to the articles “Indranee asks Lee Hsien Yang: Why the urgency to demolish Oxley Road house?” and “The possible options for 38, Oxley Road” (Straits Times, Jun 27). The latter states that “1. WHAT FINANCIAL INTEREST DOES LEE HSIEN LOONG HAVE IN Read More

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4 traits of millennial homebuyers and how they impact properties
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by Property Soul Still remember my previous blog post “3 disruptive trends that will forever change the property industry”? There is a fourth trend on millennial homebuyers. Millennials (not the yellow color “minions” in the Despicable Me movie) are also known as Generation Y. They Read More

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Personal consumption expenditure: S’pore 36%, Hong Kong 66% of GDP?
By Leong Sze Hian Published on by Leong Sze Hian 0

I refer to the article “Singapore is falling behind Hong Kong, just do the math” (South China Morning Post, Jun 26). It states that “You divide the Singapore GDP figure by 3.4 million official Singapore citizens, ignoring the other 2.4 million inhabitants who Read More

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NGO urges Malaysian govt to lift travel ban imposed on Han Hui Hui
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by SUARAM/Forum-Asia The Malaysian government must immediately lift the travel ban imposed on Singaporean activist Han Hui Hui, FIDH and its member organisation Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) urged on 23 June. FIDH and SUARAM condemn the Malaysian authorities’ decision to deport Ms. Han back Read More

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Inactive football clubs to close unless they rejoin S-League, or give up their cash machines
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by Ten Leu-Jiun and Leong Sze Hian We refer to the article “Football: FAS going after inactive clubs with jackpot rooms” (Straits Times, Jun 25). It states that: “The new Football Association of Singapore (FAS) council has given the four inactive S-League clubs that Read More

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