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Saturday December 3rd 2016

‘My Daily Thought’ Archives

National day rally drama: PM Lee collapses and essence of his shortened speech

National day rally drama: PM Lee collapses and essence of his shortened speech

He spoke more than 2 hours just on his Malay and Mandarin speeches - a record indeed - and continued his English speech after half an hour of rest. It is tiring and for the busy 63-year-old Prime [...]

Lesson from Joseph Schooling’s olympic victory – invest in true-blue local talent

Lesson from Joseph Schooling’s olympic victory – invest in true-blue local talent

Joseph Schooling did something what Singaporeans have never done before in history - won a coveted Olympic gold medal against all odds. And he did it his way... Sent to the US at the age of 14 [...]

Happy 51st birthday Singapore but I am not a proud Singaporean

Happy 51st birthday Singapore but I am not a proud Singaporean

Happy 51st birthday Singapore but I am not a proud Singaporean. There is no feeling of pride or nostaglia as the country celebrates yet another national day. Something is lost during the past few [...]

The psychology of voting – Bukit Batok by-election

The psychology of voting – Bukit Batok by-election

I attended the SDP rally last night at Bukit Batok and didn't realise that it was the first time that I have ever attended a rally from the opposition giant. My foray into the previous elections [...]

Labour day event – serving Singaporeans first

Labour day event – serving Singaporeans first

Dear Fellow Singaporeans, As Singapore prepares for another tough year ahead, narrowly missing a technical recession during Q3 last year, much has also happened on the domestic front - more on [...]

Is the PAP government racist?

Is the PAP government racist?

Singapore is rocked yet again by another round of controversial remarks this time conveyed  by Dr Ng Eng Hen – our defence minister when he was questioned why there isn’t any Malay officer in [...]

Ten things SMRT can improve on it’s handling of the fatal accidental death of 2 workers

Ten things SMRT can improve on it’s handling of the fatal accidental death of 2 workers

Ten things SMRT can improve on it's handling of the fatal accidental death of 2 workers:- 1. Hold off all immediate official press conference and please apologise first The chief of SMRT Mr [...]

Lee Kuan Yew’s first death anniversary – propaganda and over-hyped?

Lee Kuan Yew’s first death anniversary – propaganda and over-hyped?

Lee Kuan Yew's first death anniversary was held on 23 March and it was supposed to be a big gala event but the founder's remembrance was shrouded by the fateful death of two SMRT trainees a day [...]

Memorial tribute to Benjamin and Dominique on 13 March 2016 at Hong Lim Park

Memorial tribute to Benjamin and Dominique on 13 March 2016 at Hong Lim Park

The sky opened at around 3.30pm and it never stops raining till 6.30pm...some commented that the atmosphere truly represents that of a memorial - dark and emotive. The ground at Hong Lim Park [...]

Official complaint to Amnesty International on violation of minors’ rights

Official complaint to Amnesty International on violation of minors’ rights

Dear Sir/Mdm International Amnesty (via email dated 8 March) We are filing a official complaint to Amnesty International for the Singapore government's violation of minors' rights according to [...]

What lessons can we learn from City Harvest Church court trial?

What lessons can we learn from City Harvest Church court trial?

The City Harvest Church (CHC) court trial thankfully finished after 3 years and 100 over days of open court trial which mesmerises the whole country. Jail sentences will likely be part of the [...]

Four tragic Hep C-related death at SGH – a sign of over-population?

Four tragic Hep C-related death at SGH – a sign of over-population?

My greatest healthcare nightmare occurred when I read the tragic news of how eights patients died at the infamous renal ward 67 in SGH due to a hepatitis C-related incident. Four were confirmed to [...]

My thoughts on PAP’s landslide victory

My thoughts on PAP’s landslide victory

Singaporeans woke up to a post-GE 2015 feeling somewhat bewildered and shocked at the landslide victory of the incumbent. Many have messaged or emailed me expressing their astonishment and [...]

Ten important issues Singaporeans need to ponder before going to the polls

Ten important issues Singaporeans need to ponder before going to the polls

Ten important issues Singaporeans need to ponder before going to the polls:- 1. Is your lifestyle getting any better after the last election? Singaporeans need to ask themselves if their living [...]

To the Police and AG Chambers: “Please charge me in court!”

To the Police and AG Chambers: “Please charge me in court!”

I was quite surprised when the police recently issued me a official mail to drop by Bedok Police Station to assist on the Filipino independence day celebration case again. It must be at least 18 [...]

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