It is confirmed. Ministers in the Parliament have voted for a full lockdown of Singapore from Aug 7-10 to prevent any Singaporeans from leaving the country. This is after major airlines and tour agencies saw unprecedented surge in bookings as Singaporeans attempt to make full use of the long weekend over National Day this year by traveling overseas, instead of celebrating our country's jubilee birthday.
According to Wanbao, Jerrel's father Mr Phua appeared agitated during the interview and admitted his son was in the wrong and owed the taxi driver an apology. Mr Phua blamed himself for not giving his son the proper guidance during his growing up years.
16 year-old students Francine Quek and Alysha Ang were among the large crowd of One Direction fans at the National Stadium on Wednesday evening. But these girls came prepared - with zip lock bags. The girls explained the reason behind the bags: "So we can catch the air that they breathe and keep it forever."
After I read yesterday's news that ACRES had set up ACIU to conduct undercover operations, I suddenly remembered this incident which was related to me. Isn't it a strange coincidence that an such an absurd anonymous complaint was made against a food stall owner a few years ago, then the "expert" who was interviewed happened to be Louis Ng from ACRES?
Singaporeans are facing yet another series of breakdowns in Singapore's public MRT system. Some users have voiced their frustrations against the government and SMRT Corporation for failing to maintain the country's sole means of rail transport. Others have taken more creative measures...
According to Twitter user Norrick Nolesta (@Noyyick), a 21-year old man who was dressed in woman's clothing and wore a wig was caught for trying to peep Norrick's female friend in a girls toilet. Norrick shared that the man was trembling when he was being questioned by the Police.
Scientific tests have revealed that an ancient Buddhist statue contains the perfectly preserved remains of a 1,000-year-old mummified monk, in what is believed to be the only such example in the world. The monk, who is sitting in the lotus position, is thought to have starved himself to death in an act of extreme spiritual devotion in China or Tibet in the 10th century. His preserved remains were displayed in his monastery.