Rubbish problem in Singapore

Jdents that Singaporust another one of those incieans and its inhabitants show the lack of civil consciousness, the root cause of the problem is the years of availability of army of cheap foreign cleaners which resulted in the Singaporeans’ poor mentality of

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Impact of liberal immigration policies begins to show – social tension on the rise (updated)

[Updated 31Jan2015] Yuan Ching Road deaths: Man sent e-mail to media headlined “Final Note” on morning of incident  “Study at 36 years old after being away from studies about 18 years and especially wanted to fight with the elites from China

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Past history of “retired” high ranking officers being parachuted into civil service or GLC companies

[Original post 15 Jul 2011, updated 31 Jan 2015] Former Navy chief Ng Chee Peng appointed new CEO of CPF board (Jan 2015) Note the list is far from exhaustic and may even contain some errors but it does give

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Seng Kang’s NIMBY incident is not what you see in the mass media [Updated]

[Updated 29 Jan 2015] “No commercial columbarium at temple site in Sengkang”  – After denying and trying to defend the bad decision in awarding a religious site to a private company for almost three weeks, the MND Minister Khaw Boon Wan

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Why the old Singapore is better than the new one?

Askmelah has to agree with Mr Victor Mills on many of his views of the old Singapore were better. People were happier then (Pre-1990), here are the quick examples: There were lots more opportunities for everyone as long as one

Posted in Social Ills in Singapore

PAP – Transparency, Trust and the Truth

Close to 4 years after the water-shed election, the ruling party tried to do good initially but as old saying goes: “old habits die hard”, it is slowly but surely slipping into complacency, intolerant of criticisms and we-know-best attitude. A

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Another name calling incident by PAP leader

Yet another name calling incident by PAP leaders this time a relatively new minister who some touted could possibly (God Blessed Singapore) be the next PM of Singapore Chan Chun Seng. While the article of Chee Soon Juan’s article published

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S’PORE KTV HOSTESS EARNS WHOPPING S$16,000 PER MONTH

Published by farhan Source:  AllSingaporeStuff.com  Tue, 20 Jan 2015 Unless you are a hostess, you would not really understand the risky nature of the job. So declares Miao Miao who works as a freelance nightclub hostess, flitting between three main

Posted in Sex in The City

Another new law on alcohol passed in Parliament

Other than the laughable law banning the sale of chewing gum, a new law has just been tabled to restrict the sale and consumption of alcohol in Singapore. The proposed ban is to restrict consumption of alcohol between 10.30pm and 7am,

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Why not let residents choose their mayors?

“Fewer citizens now believe the PAP has our interests at heart because the PAP has thrived on: 1 Minimal transparency 2 No accountability 3 Maximum control of citizens through its absolute control of state resources, civil service, grassroots and security

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My favourite quote today

"The question to ask is what lies at the root of the discontent or the disengagement between the G and the people. I am going to stick my neck out and say that it is ministerial salaries. I consider it the root of all evil. Serious. It reduces what should be a social compact into a business contract. " - Bertha Henson