Netizens not completely excited with Changi Airport Group Vice President Poh Li San’s interest on standing for the next general election as PAP candidate

Changi Airport Group Vice President for Terminal 5 Planning, Future System, Poh Li San recently announced that she would be more than happy to represent the Sembawang residents as a People’s Action Party (PAP) candidate, if given the opportunity. However, she did say it’s too early to tell if she would be offered the chance to stand in the upcoming …

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Netizens question Changi Airport Group Vice-President Poh Li San’s intention to contest in next GE, draw parallels with President Halimah Yacob’s statement prior to PE

Following Changi Airport Group Vice-President Poh Li San’s statement regarding her intention to contest in the next General Election (GE) under the People’s Action Party (PAP) banner, a handful of netizens have questioned her motives for doing so, with several of them pointing out her background as a Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) pilot and her speedy rise in …

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Netizens lash out at director of global security firm who says that the worldwide grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 is premature

On 14 March (Thursday), Channel NewsAsia (CNA) published a commentary article which revealed that the worldwide grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 is premature. Written by Ross Darrell Feingold, the director for business development at SafePro Group, a global security and protection specialist firm, it sought to address the aftermath of the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302, where a …

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Local writer suggests that Christian sermons should be vetted just like how Muslim sermons are vetted by MUIS

Singaporean writer Joshua Ip took to Facebook on 12 March to discuss the apparent double standard applied by authorities when it comes to banning individuals and groups who threaten religious harmony. Pointing out two articles by Channel NewsAsia – one about the local church’s response to the banning of anti-Christian heavy metal ban Watain, and the other about a local …

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Mothership highlights local entrepreneur’s plight with racial biasness in the industry but netizens question his credibility

Regardless of what kind of business you do or which career path you choose, your race shouldn’t determinate the quality of work your produce. However, according to an article published by Mothership on Thursday (14 March), that is not always the case in Singapore. The article talks about a Malay entrepreneur named Imran Md Ali who shared his real-life experience …

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