Author Archives: Terry Xu

About Terry Xu

Terry Xu is the Chief Editor of The Online Citizen. He's an engineer by training, a photographer by interest and a reporter by passion.
National Athletes receive $50 a month average from Sport Singapore?
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Based on the Singapore government agency Sport Singapore’s High Performance Sports (HPS) policy, there are national athletes who are receiving $600 a year or $50 a month on average under its SPEXTAG funding programme. This revelation was made today via a Facebook post by Read More

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Should Roy Ngerng seek a refund for defamation damages paid to PM Lee?
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A lingering question that some may have with the ongoing Lee family saga on social media is whether Mr Lee Hsien Loong, the current Prime Minister of Singapore, will sue his two siblings for making “unfortunate allegations” of him and the “absurd claim” that Read More

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Lee Hsien Yang says unapproved removal of LKY’s documents by Ho Ching constitutes theft and intermeddling
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Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY), younger brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has said that the unapproved removal of their father, late Lee Kuan Yew (LKY)’s documents by PM Lee’s wife, Ms Ho Ching constitutes theft and intermeddling. LHY earlier wrote on his Facebook page that Read More

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Lee Hsien Yang drops a series of bombshells on PM Lee and Ho Ching with documentary evidence, alleging abuse of powers
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Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY) has just dropped a huge bombshell on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong by presenting documentary evidence on his Facebook page, alleging that his wife, Ho Ching had obtained papers of late Lee Kuan Yew when he was admitted Read More

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CWS launches community initiative to provide for fosterers and rescue efforts
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Cat Welfare Society has just launched a new rescue initiative on Saturday (17 June 2017), a fostering and rescue registry and training programme with cat care kits for 50 first-time fosterers. Announcing its self-initiated ground-up movement at the 17th CWS Annual General Meeting Read More

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Prime Minister Lee’s siblings denounce him in statement, state misuse of his position and influence over Singapore government
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Siblings of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Dr Lee Wei Ling and Mr Lee Hsien Yang have issued a public statement to express their non confidence in PM Lee Hsien Loong and wrote that they are worried about Singapore’s future in his hands. Read More

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Chee Hong Tat’s aimless political jab at Dr Tambyah
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It seems to be a trend in Singapore nowadays for political figures to make baseless claims or allegation against individuals without any justification apart from motherhood statements, and after the “attack” is done and reported by the mainstream media, one pretends nothing has Read More

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MHA arrests first female Singaporean for radicalism under the Internal Security Act
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According to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)’s press release issued on Monday (12 June), it has  detained the first female Singaporean for radicalism under the Internal Security Act (ISA) which allows the state to detain an individual without trial and without a Read More

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Massive delay along North-South Line during morning rush hour
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Commuters rushing for school and work on the North-South line (NSL) were met with an unexpected delay in their morning commute as they tried to assess the situation without any announcement by train operator SMRT. SMRT only made an announcement of the delay Read More

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Cathay unable to execute ASAS’s decision to have “Supporting the freedom to love” removed from ad
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It is reported that Cathay declined to follow the advice from the Singapore advertising authority to remove the statement “Supporting the freedom to love” on an advertisement displayed on an escalator in its Cineleisure shopping mall due to the ownership of the ad. Read More

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