A car camera video showed a driver making a left turn along a road junction and encountered a boy suddenly running onto the left lane of the road. Fortunately an unidentified man came running to the rescue of the boy and safely removed him from traffic. The mother later saw a Malay couple holding on to her son. She was so overcome with shock and relief that she did not manage to say anything much to them except "May Allah bless you both." Now that the mother has composed herself, she is reaching out through social media to try to find this kindhearted Malay couple who saved her son.
The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. Ravi Philemon, the Secretary-General of Red Dot United (RDU), wrote a heartwarming Facebook post to congratulate SDP. Ravi Philemon also praised Dr Chee Soon Juan for being the right person who would be able to lead an opposition coalition.
Pro-PAP Facebook page Critical Spectator was one of those deactivated on 8 July 2020. However in a twist of events, Critical Spectator managed to get itself reinstated in late July. Polish national Michael Petraeus, explained that he "had to pull all the strings that I could, push Facebook's support and get the case higher up," Michael Petraeus was eventually helped by an unnamed Facebook staff to put his name on the line It is disturbing that a foreigner is able to pull strings that influenced a Facebook staff in Singapore to risk his job for the sake of getting this pro-PAP Facebook page back online.
Are times changing? Is the 158th media finally sick of doing the PAP's bidding and now dying to come out of their reigns? They must be either really hungry for readership or they are being rebellious to test water.
Li Shengwu, who was fined $15,000 on 29 July for contempt of court, said in his Facebook post that his uncle Lee Hsien Loong bullied his siblings and tore the family apart. What has the dishonourable son done to make his nephew and siblings publicly declare their contempt towards him again and again?
When Pritam Singh announced he would be donating 50% of his salary, the all-noble and charitable Ho Ching was so surprised by his generosity that she wanted people to know that there are also people (ehem) who donate without making announcements.
PAP IB Calvin Cheng unleashed two Facebook posts to stir controversy over WP Pritam Singh's generosity for donating 50% of his salary. Calvin Cheng said Pritam Singh was participating in political theatre (wayang) by publicly announcing his salary donation while bringing up his family. Calvin Cheng said his donation was an "unnecessary sacrifice" and likened this move to a popularity contest to score political points.
The Workers' Party (WP) MP Pritam Singh announced his gratuity for being given the title as Leader of Opposition. Even though Pritam Singh will be shouldering more responsibilities and spending less time with family, it is admirable how he has decided to take it upon himself to give back even more to the Singaporeans by generously donating 50% of his salary.
On 21st July 2020 around 6.30 to 6.45pm, a 13 year old boy got injured after being pushed by a jogger. The boy was riding his bike along Punggol Promenade Riverside Walk Park (shared path for joggers and cyclists) near the toilet towards Sengkang Road. When the boy reached the bridge, he slowed down to overtake in the middle. This was when a jogger allegedly pushed the boy in the face. Looking for eyewitness.
PAP East Coast candidate Jessica Tan, aka upside-down mask woman, embarrassed herself once again when during a house visit, she failed to understand why the makcik declined to take a photo with her when she was not wearing a Tudung. Insisting on a photo, she said “No need la pretty already!” Xia suay.