ANG MOH SINGAPOREAN: SINGAPOREANS LACK THE DRIVE TO SUCCEED

From “overfussiness” and complacency to an inability to accept criticism, many things about Singaporeans’ attitudes to work irk Mr Victor Mills. The Northern Ireland-born Singapore citizen, 55, who took over as chief executive of the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC) last June, speaks his mind

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NTU graduate working as UOB Bank Manager offers her body for sale at $3,500 monthly

Some female employees at a local home-grown bank are reportedly moonlighting by offering sexual services to clients, according to a Taiwanese living in Singapore. In a blog post in May, Kathy Chen asked if Singaporean bank employees really possess ‘high moral values’ and ‘integrity’ as claimed: “As a Taiwanese, and having stayed in Singapore for a brief period, I have discovered a few female employees from the same bank, UNITED OVERSEAS BANK SINGAPORE, but different branches, to be moonlighting as such, offering sexual services for a monthly compensation or per meeting compensation of SGD 3,000 to SGD 3,500 or SGD 400 to SGD 500 respectively.”

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VERY SWEET GAY MARRIAGE PROPOSAL IN SHANGHAI - WILL THIS HAPPEN IN SINGAPORE?

Netizens in China are buzzing over a public gay marriage proposal in Shanghai. The process was captured by passer-bys in Taicang road. A white BMW convertible was filled with 99 pink roses. Then a man in black appeared, passed a bouquet of flowers to his husband-to-be, knelt down and presented a ring to ask for marriage.

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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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[TROLL] FACEBOOK DIAGNOSES BLOGGER ROY NGERNG WITH MENTAL DISORDER

There are many tell-tale signs that one is being ostracised in polite society: Strangers dismissing you with a wave of a hand, people you consider as friends laughing behind your back, or more subtly, everyone gossiping about you on the Internet. But you know you’re really having issues when even Facebook is having a go at you at your expense.

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LEE KUAN YEW: SINGAPOREANS SHOULD NEVER LOOK UP TO CHINA IN ALL RESPECTS

When asked whether his country, in which ethnic Chinese make up about three-quarters of the population, should look up to Beijing in all respects, Lee’s response was a straightforward “no”. He said China has already become conceited even before getting rich, and with its economic muscle, it will “treat you with condescension”.

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WORKERS PARTY ANNOUNCES MUCH LOWER S&CC ARREARS AFTER THOROUGH AUDIT

AHPETC wishes to announce that its S&CC arrears rate (for 3 months and above) for residential units as of 30 September 2014 is 5.66% of households. The corresponding arrears rate for commercial units for the same period is 7.24%. We wish to explain that we are sharing the information now rather than earlier, as time was needed to have the data and process reviewed both internally and also by our consultants before release. AHPETC had also undertaken to explain further its arrears situation and management, which we now do.

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