FRIENDS OF WIDOW: "WE ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO BRING YANG YIN TO JUSTICE!"

Despite the fact that Yang's passport was impounded and he is now under formal investigation by several law enforcement agencies, PAP MP Intan Mokhtar, who is in charge of the area has remained silent throughout. It was previously reported by the media that alert neighbours of Madam Chung have warned their MP about Yang Yin's dubious character but Yang remained as a grassroot leader. It is unfortunate that uncaring MP who ignored warnings from the ground managed to get into parliament simply by tagging along other heavyweight PAP Ministers.

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UGANDA MEN: CONDOMS ARE TOO SMALL FOR US!

"When it comes to action, when they're having sexual activity, of course with the pressure, it bursts," a leader is quoted as saying to NTV Uganda. Another panel member said the size issue was "exposing younger boys and girls to the acquiring of HIV and AIDS." The report said the Ugandan leaders will push for better condom supplies and bigger sizes.

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WHY SINGAPORE LEADERS DON'T ENCOURAGE SINGAPOREANS TO PURSUE DEGREES?

I can only reckon that government from around the world do not really like intellectuals who question policies. Since time immemorial, be it Qin dynasty in China, Nazi occupation or Cultural revolution, intellectuals have been persecuted. Qin Shi Huang,the first emperor of China buried scholars alive and burnt books for fear the intellectuals would question and awaken the peasants. Alas, in the end, a peasant born Liu Bang with his buddies overthrew Qin dynasty and formed the Han dynasty.

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PRC MAN ADVERTISE GF FOR HIRE TO BUY IPHONE 6

A Songjiang University student advertises his girlfriend for 'hire' in order to afford an iPhone 6. A Chinese student is offering to share his girlfriend in exchange for cash in an attempt to raise enough money to buy Apple’s new iPhone 6.

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ACRES: WE TRIED OUR BEST TO SAVE THE INJURED BAT

Thank you for your concerns with regard to the bat we rescued from Diana Lu last week. Diana wrote a FB post with regard to this rescue and, unfortunately, it contains information which is factually incorrect and also misleading. ACRES hopes to set the record straight. Please do help us share this post.

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SINGAPORE POLICE OFFICER REJECTS $2,000,000 BRIBE

A man tried to bribe two police officers earlier this month by offering them outrageous sums of money.The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau is investigating the man for the bribery attempt. Police are investigating him for disorderly behaviour.

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BEWARE OF THIS RENOVATION CONMAN FROM DECOR CREATIVE CONSTRUCTION PTE LTD

Please help me post this to warn others about this conman! I hope that no one else will get cheated by him in future. The conman is Loy Chuang Yee, the director of renovation company Decor Creative Construction Pte Ltd. I engaged him to do some home renovations since March this year but after making initial deposit and payments, he started to make lots of excuses and started delaying the work. He kept delaying and making excuses and in the end my home is not done at all, it is left looking like a construction site and he has not refunded me my money.

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WHEN PAP SAY U DUN NEED A DEGREE, U BETTER GET ONE

The PAP is bent on having less university graduates in the workforce. Last year, Khaw Boon Wan, MND minister turned ‘nutritionist’, advised against having a degree because “you can’t eat it”. The PAP is saying it is unable to create sufficient jobs requiring a degree in the next few years. Without a degree, how are Singaporeans to compete globally? The PAP has given crap advice which no other government would. The PAP is no longer trusted by an increasing number of Singaporeans.

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YALE-NUS GIVES MDA THE MIDDLE FINGER

Despite a national ban in Singapore, Yale-NUS is pressing ahead with its plans to show a film that has been deemed by the Singaporean government as a threat to the country’s security. The banning of the film quickly raised ire amongst Yale professors, including longtime Yale-NUS critics including English professor Jill Campbell and political science lecturer Jim Sleeper, who characterized the ban as a threat to freedom of expression at a college stamped with Yale’s name. The ban, as well as Lewis’ reassurance about the film’s screening at Yale-NUS, comes on the heels of Yale President Peter Salovey’s full-throated defense of free expression during his freshman address in August.

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