Ugly Singaporeans – The real heartless ones

Do you believe in Karma? I do. And to this group of heartless current and ex-Singaporeans who left their parents in the lurk and worse cheated them of their hard-earned monies and flats, even if you do not get your

First rare riot in Singapore in over 30 years

A riot occurred in Singapore’s Little India on December 8, which saw police cars toppled and set alight. It was sparked by a fatal bus accident which left one dead. A total of 39 officers – 22 from the police,

Singapore-made film won the Golden Horse Awards

On the 50th anniversary of Taiwan’s premier film award ceremony, the Singapore film beat out fierce competition from some of the most established names in Asian cinema to clinch the biggest prize of the night, Best Feature Film, as well

Singapore websites hacking incidents in the past one month

It is no coincident, Singapore has faced an unprecedented waves of cyber attacks in last one month, some reported ones listed below: MOM site duplicated, Art Museum site breached Personal data from SAM website exposed – 4000 contacts leaked Singapore

Disturbing recent YouTube videos on aggressions in Singapore

1. Dramatic video shows collision between SUV and sedan More: Click here.   2. Singaporean auntie brutally beaten up at her HDB lift lobby by neighbour   3. Spitting incident at Woodlands Interchange

Monsoon season starts now in Singapore and will last till Jan next year

Bad time to travelo to Singapore for holiday if you ask me. Read more: Monsoon may bring flash floods, says PUB

Can S’pore be a breakout nation again?

Source: The Straits Times, October 21, 2013  Robin Chan On a recent trip to Bali, a Singaporean undergraduate experienced an epiphany. It was not quite what Elizabeth Gilbert described in her bestseller Eat, Pray, Love, but he reflected to me

Proposed mechanised parking in HDBs. Dumb!

Bad bad idea!!! Instead of controlling the car population (isn’t that the aim of COE?), the Government is resorting to the expensive and inconvenient option to solve the symptoms rather than the root cause. Even the reporter in this following

One of the biggest telecom outages in recent Singapore history

A fire yesterday at Singtel’s Bukit Panjang Exchange brought down the telecom infrastructure in several parts of the island including Chua Chu Kang, Woodlands, Bukit Timah etc. Not only that Singtel’s network was affected, their rivals such as M1 and

Dyfunctional Education System ….

The tuition problem that nobody wants to solve Source: Todayonline  19 Sep 2013 By Ian Tan Yong Hoe   I refer to the report, “MPs call for closer look at private tuition industry” (Sept 17). The parliamentary replies indicate that

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