We are screwed. Singapore's 3 major component that build up our economies are poised to die. And whats left of manufacturing, airport, pharmaceutical sectors, biotech, educational hub etc are just not large employers or big money earners. I am not smart enough to know what we can do. I honestly think the current government is not that smart too, but what choice do we have.
I went to the Halal section for chicken, intending to buy some chicken drumsticks.
Imagine my surprise when on one of the chicken sold, there was no Halal logo sticker from MUIS. Instead, there is just a printed halal on the price tag. Even then, the words did not completely spell halal. Instead, it was (hal. So is this chicken meat halal or not? If not, understand it might be a mistake from your staff placing it there. But why then is there part of the word Halal on the price tag?
There's a huge difference between printing the word halal and having the logo which is accredited by MUIS.
In an article published by the lapdog sheet, the Straits Times, today, PAP lapdog Calvin Cheng who thinks being a "former NMP" (a tag which he likes to brandish around as if it is a big deal) entitles him to respect, called on the PAP to implement the Population White Paper. He argued that the PAP has solved many of the problems that caused it to suffer an electoral setback in 2011 and has regained the people's trust. For instance, he cites the public transport front as having seen progress with measures put in place to correct its "deficiencies".
Speaking in Parliament today, PAP Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said that the seizure of the Terrex vehicles by HK authorities should not be politicised and that S'pore did not see the need to engage in "megaphone diplomacy" to resolve the issue. Isn't it strange that at that time, Vivian and his master Lee Hsien Loong didn't see the wisdom of not engaging in such "megaphone" diplomacy in respect of China but try to persuade it quietly behind the scenes as a "neutral" friend?
What are your dumb taxi co ordinators doing? You had a Limousine parade at the taxi stand at 1am in the morning?
There were at least 50-60 pax queuing up and your coordinators still can tell each individual pax "This is expensive taxi!" A dumb move by whoever who implement this rubbish. A big organization such as yours can make this fatal mistake and allow pax and taxi drivers to be wasting their time. There are already signboards to inform the pax about the fares, pax do not need to be reminded "This is expensive taxi"
Adherence to the rule of law has been the fundamental basis for peace and stability for the last half century in Asia and indeed the world. It enables countries, both large and small, to build trust and confidence in one another, cooperate and prosper together. Under ASEAN’s Treaty of Amity and Co-operation, signatories pledge “to promote regional peace and stability through abiding respect for justice and the rule of law”.
On 4th Jan nite after feeding Baby, i was cleaning her...suddenly i noticed tat she was too silent & had mild seizure..i quickly inserted the Diazepam into her rectum...& RUSHED HER TO STARS VET- KOVAN (recommended by a fren)
Upon reaching there, both the Vet n Filipino assistant were sleeping..& i explained briefly on Baby's condition & seeked Emergency assistance for Oxygen & IV drip immediately..
The filipino assistant (Shirley) was the one who fixed d Oxygen mask on Baby without the Vet Dr.Nelson..Neither did he came & check too..infact she had a hard time to fix d WIRES CONNECTION..
Received a call earlier in the morning from Transcab on 3rd January 2017, this operator was more responsible than the other 2 whom I spoke to 3 days ago. He specifically asked for landmarks where I board and alight. XiangRui called me less than 10 minutes later to tell me that he as located the driver, Mr Mark, and he has my laptop! Hooray! I asked him if they (XiangRui and Mr Mark) would get any recognition or appreciation from the company if I wrote in to compliment them. Mr Mark sadly replied me saying that there is no point in writing the letter, as their company does not bother.