Perspectives

Roots and Wings: Junk or Treasure?

Corrinne shares about the relationships and values she hold dear and the intangible things (habits, pride and attitudes) that might prove harder to discard.

February 18, 2014

Teo Ser Luck says ex-PAP MP Michael Palmer is 'doing ok'

But avoids question about how it was like sticking by Palmer after his affair was made public and he had to resign.

February 18, 2014

Here is an alternative to S'pore church's anti-gay lifestyle 'guide'

This guide will provide balance to the 377A debate, so that the gay rights issue can be kept status quo (in accordance to the government's wishes).

February 17, 2014

Singapore sets aside more land for golf than football

Land meant for golf takes up about two entire Bishan estates.

February 17, 2014

This Russian ship may spell the end of Singapore’s prosperity

Set to sail in 2014, the Baltika is a vessel Singapore cannot ignore.

February 16, 2014

NUS Science undergrads apparently not very good at asking questions

The level of inanity at Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson Q&A on Valentine's Day held at NUS Science Faculty was too high.

February 15, 2014

Bilahari Kausikan's warship commentary shows why he was the MFA boss for the past few years

Singaporeans can appreciate a good Straits Times commentary, once in a blue moon.

February 14, 2014

6 tactics employers in S'pore use to get away with paying foreign workers $1.50 an hour salary

Here are some pointers to start you down the path of being a bona fide errant employer if you've ever wanted to be one.

February 13, 2014

Roots and Wings: The elderly have wings too

In our families, there are treasure troves waiting to be discovered. By asking one of our elderly family members to share their stories of growing up in Singapore, we might reach a deeper appreciation of our blessings and discover anew the story of how we came to be.

February 11, 2014

MacDonald House bombers initially claimed they were fisherman, farmer when arrested in March 1965

And then asked to be treated as prisoners of war before changing their minds again.

February 10, 2014

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