VIVIAN BALAKRISHNAN CRITICISE SUPERPOWER, ANOTHER TERREX SAGA COMING OUR WAY?

He was obviously referring to China. He even said that no one can control the agenda of the superpower. He is very right in that count. No one can control China, least of all a Minister well known in Singapore for not being able to control the Youth Olympic budget. Now he target China in his speech, although in the capacity of an ASEAN Ministerial meeting.

The last time a Singapore Minister, Prime Minister no less, said something challenging China's authority, our Terrexes were impounded. Big mouth Minister Vivian had opened his mouth, what next will be impounded now.

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FACEBOOK SCAM SENDS PRODUCT TO CUSTOMER & FORCES HER TO PAY

I was just browsing Facebook when I saw a product that looks interesting, I read about it and I was nearly to purchase the item but then I don't have the right paying mode for the item, because of that I did not purchased nor confirmed to buy the item. This afternoon to my surprise, our building "nator" handed a parcel which was the item I saw in Facebook but I never ordered.

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DRUNK WOMAN STEALS LORRY, CAUSES HUGE MESS IN ORCHARD

Drunk girl took uncle's lorry for a joy ride from orchard tower. Hit my bus, the taxis and a few cars along the way. Poor uncle chasing with trolley along orchard road, luckily managed to pick him up and track down the drunk girl who drove off his lorry.

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FT FAMILY JUMPS FROM SG TO UK, FAIL TO SCAM UK GOVT OF WELFARE BENEFITS

A foreign talent of South Asian origin, who lived in Singapore since 2015, has been ordered by the UK court to give up 2 of her children to be placed in foster care in Britain after she failed to scam the UK government of welfare benefits. The UK High Court has decided that the children would be put up for adoption instead of reuniting them with their parents.

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: CONVICTION OF ACTIVISTS MUST BE OVERTURNED

The Singapore government should end the harassment through the legal system of peaceful protesters and government critics Han Hui Hui, Ivan Koh and Janet Low, who have been convicted and fined for the peaceful exercise of their right to freedom of expression. The three activists will attend an appeal hearing on Wednesday, 22 February.

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GOVT DOING ALL THEY CAN TO HELP, SO STOP COMPLAINING

Despite all the bad publicity over the Budget 2017, I feel the government has done all this in the best interest of Singaporeans. They are doing all they can to improve the lives of Singaporeans. You cannot win everyone over, but sometimes, populist acts are not beneficial to a country.

Again, all these shows the government are working very hard to help Singaporeans. But we being Singaporeans, all we know to do is complain. The government can never win.

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