Friday, August 14, 2020
In a forum letter on state media Straits Times, the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM) published a propaganda fake news claiming that the poor has saw a faster income growth than the rich. Cherry-picking statistics and...
A research paper conducted by the NUS Business School found that land developers send top managers to the golf course to exchange bidding information when bidding in the government land sale tender: "The top managers of...
Getting their hands dirty in opposition politics in Singapore again, the newest opposition party led by Dr Tan Cheng Bock revealed that the Singapore police has delayed the permit approval for their launch event at...
Singapore 154th-ranking state media Straits Times published a fake survey claiming that most old people want to work longer. According to a survey conducted by government service agency Centre for Seniors, "more than half" told the...
A social worker from Methodist Welfare Services testified the severe poverty problem among Singaporean elderly in an interview with state media TodayOnline, revealing that most receive as little as S$200 a month from their CPF...
At the visit of the construction site of Canberra station, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan announced that the station will be opened on Nov 2 this year: "When it is opened, passengers travelling towards the city...
A British man wrote to state media Straits Times calling for Singaporeans to appreciate the colonial slavery. Unhappy that Bicentennial celebration does not praise Britain enough, he foreigner wrote that Singaporeans should not forget where...
The Singapore government announced that it "may be" increasing transport fares by the largest margin ever of 7%. According to the Public Transport Council (PTC), the huge increase is due to a new formula they adopted...
Minister without portfolio and former army general Ng Chee Meng is out talking blindly again, this time telling state media reporters that Singaporeans must "embrace change and life-long learning": "Instead of viewing technological changes with fear,...
Despite having never worked a day in the private sector, former army general, Minister Chan Chun Sing, advised Singapore businesses to not worry about falling revenue and poor businesses from the recession, and instead focus...