Friday, August 14, 2020
Delivering his National Day Rally speech in Mandarin, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Singaporeans can lower their cost of living by using Wi-fi. The embarrassing dictator gave his million-dollar advice in his speech saying...
Speaking in Singlish to American investors at the American Chamber of Commence, Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing asked the senior business leaders and government officials to raise their hand over their views on the ongoing...
Speaking to his constituents from Tanjong Pagar GRC, Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing yesterday (Aug 11) paid lips service to Malaysia offering empty praises and nothing concrete in return: "Despite a recent spate of back-and-forth over...
Speaking at the media conference in Tokyo on Sunday (Jun 10), Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said that he will lead Malaysia's transformation to be like Japan. Calling for Malaysians to adopt Japanese working ethics,...
12 hectare of land will be sitting idle in Jurong following Malaysia's announcement that the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) will be scrapped. Advertised by the Singapore government as the "second Central Business District...
Speaking to state media reporters from Straits Times, PAP MP Lee Bee Wah poured praises for her ruling party saying that Singaporeans are "very fortunate" to have them as leaders. The comments were given on...
In 2003, just before he resigned from his Malaysia Prime Minister's position, Mahathir Mohamad wanted an overhead bridge to allow ship vessels to sail through the Johor Straits. From an economic standpoint, if trading ships are allowed...
Like true pragmatists, Singaporeans are letting their wallet do the protesting. The first "Smart Nation" hawker centre in Singapore that charge patrons 10% more for not using mobile application and demand 50 cents deposits for...
Speaking at a post-Budget forum held by the Economic Society of Singapore, economist Walter Theseira said that the only reason why healthcare expenditures are rising is because there are more poor people not being able...
Effecting next month in March, the Singapore government will be removing all cash top-up services at the passenger service centres of every train station. State media Straits Times describe the move similar to drug addiction,...