Author Archives: The Online Citizen

    Three investments you need to make for online dating success
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    by ValuePenguin Over 1/3 of marriages now start online. But, are you making the right investments in yourself to maximise your odd of meeting your ideal match on dating apps? With Tinder, Coffee Meets Bagel, Paktor, Hinge and plethora of other apps, online dating Read More

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    Paktor owner M17 Entertainment’s IPO trouble: Three questions that must be addressed
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    by ValuePenguin M17 Entertainment, the company that owns Paktor and live-streaming service 17 Media, seems to be having trouble with its IPO. What concerns do investors have and what could M17 Entertainment do to address those issues? M17 Entertainment, the company that owns Paktor Read More

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    In the Lion City, politicians perfect the art of marrying well
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    by Augustine Low Our politicians have the habit of teaming up with spouses who are no shrinking violets. Put two high flying achievers together and voila! – we have a pair of super spouses. Perched right at the top are Prime Minister Lee Read More

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    The Singapore Summit: An exercise in confidence building
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    by Joshua The Trump-Kim Summit heralds a new era, one that can end the last major surviving geopolitical remnant of the Cold War. The summit was historic in 3 ways: It was the first meeting between a US President and a North Korean Read More

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    Netizens amused over spelling error on UOB’s “distinguished” credit card frame
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    A Facebook user uploaded a photo of a UOB credit-card framed in a casing which raised the question amongst many netizens, of how such a huge bank cannot afford a proper copywriter to proofread its products. Mick Price wrote on his Facebook post, “UOB Read More

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    Arts Community open call & town hall for new Arts NMP
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    On 3 June 2018, it was announced that members of the public may submit names from then till 4 July 2018 for the position of Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) in Singapore. The current Arts NMP Kok Heng Leun will be stepping down Read More

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    The discussion on inequality must extend to rights too
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    by Tan Jin Kien Inequality in Singapore has been widely discussed from different angles such as income, wealth, education opportunities and class. However, the conversation still steers clear of another important aspect, which is the equality of rights. While the previously discussed angles Read More

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    Govt in overdrive to justify $20M Summit spending
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    by Georgia Tong Seems like the focus of our government after the US-N Korea Summit ended is to justify the $20 M poured into the holding it. Could it be because of the negative outcome as most critics said the agreement signed between Read More

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    Gender equality upheld in Singapore’s workplace, new JobStreet.com survey finds
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    70% of respondents said there is no discrimination against gender at their current company SINGAPORE, 14 June 2018 – According to JobStreet.com Gender Equality Survey, both male and female Singaporean employees enjoy almost equal treatment when it comes to performance evaluations, pay raises Read More

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    Resident posts photo of fallen facade of Pasir Ris HDB flat, MND Minister assured that HDB blocks are “safer than before”
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    On Monday (18 Jun), Facebook user Ye Ruoshi made a post about the facade of a HDB block falling. The incident is said to have taken place at Block 270 Pasir Ris Street 21, where the block of flats are around 20 years old. She Read More

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