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Saturday December 10th 2016

‘My Daily Thought’ Archives

Please forgive us – my Malay counterparts

Please forgive us – my Malay counterparts

Before the fiasco involving YPAP Jason Neo has died down, there is yet another case of racial taunt involving a national service regular. Before I go on further, I want to apologise on behalf of [...]

How come I don’t feel so gracious in Singapore as ESM Goh?

How come I don’t feel so gracious in Singapore as ESM Goh?

Emeritius Senior Minister (ESM)  Goh Chok Tong recently received some stick when he said that Singaporeans have became more gracious when he spoke at the inaugural Kindness Conference on November [...]

Our Stingy Heartless Nanny: Why Some Needy Families Not Seeking Assistance At CDCs

Our Stingy Heartless Nanny: Why Some Needy Families Not Seeking Assistance At CDCs

Editor's Note: This article first appeared here on 10 Dec 2010. By Radha Basu, Senior Correspondent (ST Nov 19, 2011) There is a range of government help available for people at the bottom of the [...]

Singaporeans – not cut out for foreigner-dominated F & B industry?

Singaporeans – not cut out for foreigner-dominated F & B industry?

Latest update on Han's Cafe Incident: In a posted mail, Mr Tay was dismissed by Han's management for trying to initiate a fight with his foreign colleagues. However, he was paid for the three days [...]

7 Uniquely-Singapore Shameful Policies

7 Uniquely-Singapore Shameful Policies

I have listed seven shameful policies that are unique to Singapore. They  not only cause untold misery to our own people but also make it to be the first in the world for some instances. Our [...]

Travelling by Qantas? Do it at your own risk…

Travelling by Qantas? Do it at your own risk…

I was fortunate to have changed my flight date out of Sydney  as all flights were cancelled on Sunday (30 Oct) due to a lock-out imposed by Qantas chief  Mr Alan Joyce. I am supposed to fly out of [...]

Why 34, 000 Singaporeans Seeked Treatment For Mental Illnesses in IMH?

Why 34, 000 Singaporeans Seeked Treatment For Mental Illnesses in IMH?

In a Channel News Asia article dated 8 Nov last year, an IMH expert reported that one in ten children aged 6-16 has mental health disorders which represents  roughly about 50, 000 children. Five [...]

Yue Yue’s Tragic Death: Will This Happens To Us Too?

Yue Yue’s Tragic Death: Will This Happens To Us Too?

Many people wiould  have by now witnessed the disturbing Youtube video on how 2-year-old Yue Yue from Fushan China was knocked down by two cars and ignored by 18 bystanders before a garbage [...]

Passive Singaporeans Not Ready For Occupy Raffles Place?

Passive Singaporeans Not Ready For Occupy Raffles Place?

It was not surprising to see that the Raffles Place Protest, supposed to be conducted on 15 Oct (Sat) afternoon, was merely a flash in the pan. More than 70 people have signed up via  the [...]

Why only 39.4 males are married compared to 1,000 unmarried men?

Why only 39.4 males are married compared to 1,000 unmarried men?

I realised that most of my   friends  now  are single  and living mostly with their parents. They are also  in their forties to fifties’ age group though some belonged in  their [...]

Political reasons why our government restricting graduate enrolment?

Political reasons why our government restricting graduate enrolment?

WikiLeaks news  revealed last month that only 23% of  Singaporean students entering primary school will ever complete a 4-year tertiary education.   Even though the report was out in early [...]

Five Great Lessons I Learnt From Steve Jobs’ Life (1955 – 2011)

Five Great Lessons I Learnt From Steve Jobs’ Life (1955 – 2011)

As I read through the many commentaries that accompanied Steve Jobs’ death, I realised how much this mortal  man has contributed to the world of technology. He not only created Apple Macintosh, [...]

Migration – is it for you?

Migration – is it for you?

I touched down Sydney on a cold breezy evening two Fridays ago and was glad that I took along a light jacket. I nearly forsake the woolen attire as my daughter had  told  me that it was spring [...]

Divorce – not the end of the world

Divorce – not the end of the world

Transitioning.org has assisted  more than a hundred people whose marriages have broken down since we started this  service more than six months ago. The requests for counselling support from this [...]

Is our meritocratic educational system a failure?

Is our meritocratic educational system a failure?

As I sat in the Café Galilee sipping my mocha latte at the Bishan library the other day, I couldn't  help but wondered if the students studying frantically for their exams are wasting their [...]

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