Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 6 Oct 2016 #globaltimes #china #foreignaffairs #education
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 26 Sep 2016 #pap #primeminister #leehsienloong #sports
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 Sep 2016 #electedpresident #singlish #tanchengbock #zombies
• K Shanmugam asked point blank if proposed changes to presidency targeted at anyone
• Ah Beng boards Chinese helicopter to Oxford without Ah Lian
• Elected President – You got to believe it
• 5 things to do if Singapore kenna zombies virus
• To be a parent in Singapore
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Sep 2016 #labourmarket #haze #donation #f1
• The Labour Market Report Explained…in Singlish…
• Haze- Saying something good about Jokowi
• 3 Ways Singaporeans Can Give Back to the Community That Doesn’t Involve Just Donating Money
• 10 Obscure Businesses In Singapore That Show Any Service Exists
• 8 Best Hotel Rooms To Catch The Singapore Grand Prix F1 Race
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 Sep 2016 #saf #sonnyliew #sports #christianity
• The Salary of Charlie Chan Hock Chye
• Commentary: Was yesterday’s IPPT cheating case partially contributed by a rigid system?
• What Should the Government Do?
• How about we go to church only once per month?
• How Start-up TheSmartLocal Disrupted Lifestyle Publishing in Singapore
The next time you visit a place of worship, ask yourself “Am I contributing to the creation of monsters?”
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 20 Jul 2016 #ica #tanchuanjin #pngenghuat #elitism
• Minister Tan Chuan-Jin responds after the ICA expedited clearance brouhaha
• If nothing wrong with expedited ICA clearance, why Minister Tan so upset?
• FactWire’s Incredibly Arrogant and Problematic Letter To Hari Kiri Khaw
• Yishun Secondary restricts Racial Harmony Day celebrations to only students eligible for JC
• 9 things to know about that 90-min SG-KL ride
If you want me to believe, give me a plan, like do I go out there and start buying sacks of rice and gallons of water in preparation for plagues; do I start recruiting my own army of ninjas to safeguard myself and loved ones from zombies?
The sword of damacles continues to dangle over politically divisive issues such as homosexuality and 377A in Singapore. Singaporeans and their government will need to try and reign in individuals from the political fringes, whether left or right, to avoid a potential Orlando Shooting from taking place here.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 3 Jun 2016 #salary #cpf #lgbt #spf #coolingoffday
• TISG is fully cooperating with police investigations in alleged breaches of Cooling Off / Polling Day restrictions
• Aging & Japan’s Economy
• How to solve the longevity problem. the Hard Truths way
• Why your pay didn’t increase as much as you expected…
• PEA allows “transmission of personal political views on the Internet” – or does it not?