Editorials

Editorials by the ASS Team.

JAPANESE MAN MOLESTED WOMAN AND CAUGHT MASTURBATING ON JETSTAR FLIGHT

A Japanese man allegedly touched a woman inappropriately in a Jetstar flight from Japan to the Gold Coast on December 6 last year. The man also switched on his laptop to watch pornography. "He pulled his pants all the way to his ankles to expose his leggings. He then proceeded to place his hands into his leggings and start moving his arm in an up and down motion,"

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SINGAPOREANS LOOKING FORWARD TO AH BOYS TO MEN PART 4

The latest installment of the franchise Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen collected $2.8 million in 4 days during the Chinese New Year holidays.. Singaporeans who were interviewed by ST are looking forward to next year's installment of Ah Boys To Men. However, some Singaporeans are not happy with the way SAF is being portrayed in the films.

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[GHOSTLY ENCOUNTERS] NENEK KEROPOK

Have you heard about the creepy story about Nenek Keropok(Cracker Lady)? Even the ones I walked pass on the streets were talking about it too. This news about 'Nenek Keropok' also known as 'The Cracker Lady', has widespread like wildfire in Singapore. It has been spread around through SMSes and fowarded many times from one person to the others. Below is the original malay version that i got.

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SINGAPORE AMBASSADOR: MUSLIMS IN SINGAPORE ANGERED BY CHARLIE HEBDO, UNWILLING TO VOICE OUT DUE TO FEAR OF BEING MISUNDERSTOOD

What is the impact of Charlie Hebdo in Singapore? My own sense is that with the majority of the population, there was shock at the terrorist murders, but not much discussion. Among the Singapore Muslim population, there was a great deal of discussion in the mosques and on social media, which is still ongoing. Singapore Muslims are angry at the utter disrespect for the religion of others demonstrated in Charlie Hebdo and the double standards of the West. They are quite disturbed that another cartoon was published again of the Prophet which was just as unacceptable.

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SINGAPOREANS TAKING PHOTOS WITH LEE KUAN YEW

Apart from their regular day to day tasks of running their constituencies, Singapore Member of Parliament these days have the additional burden of keeping fellow Singaporeans happy by ensuring that their Facebook pages are updated with selfies of themselves alongside enthusiastic residents (Ask flowerpot Baey Yam Keng. He knows best).

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PRIMARY SCHOOL BOY: "WHEN I GROW UP, I WANT TO BE A WAITER!"

According to the latest figures released today (27 Jan 2015) by Ministry of Manpower, there were 67,400 job vancacies as of September in 2014. Eighty percent of the vancaies were in the service industries, particularly in social, community and personal services. The breakdown by professions indicated that employers are desperately looking for sales assistants, waiters and security guards whereas technical roles for diploma holders account for mere twenty percent of the job vacancies that were available.

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