Tag Archives: Apology

AMOS YEE IS REMORSEFUL & PROMISES NOT TO REOFFEND

The Courts have sentenced teenage YouTuber Amos Yee Pang Sang to 4 weeks imprisonment, backdating it to 2 June 2015. The IMH doctor's report indicated that Yee admitted to his guilt and promised not to reoffend as he realised that his actions were against the law and could disrupt social harmony.

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ROY NGERNG VS PM LEE: WINNING THE BATTLE BUT LOSING THE WAR

Blogger Roy has already apologised to PM Lee several times for his actions. In view of this, PM Lee should give him a second chance instead of pushing him to the limits. So what if PM has won the defamation case? He may have won the battle but he is losing the war - the hearts and minds of people who are already skeptical about the ruling party.

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SCOOT CEO: WE DEEPLY REGRET FLIGHT DISRUPTIONS BUT SAFETY IS OUR TOP PRIORITY

Scoot deeply regrets disruption to guests affected by the flight delays over the weekend. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused to their travel plans. The principal cause of the disruption was a technical fault experienced upon arrival of TZ220 at Hong Kong on Friday morning. Initial attempts to resolve the issue failed and, ultimately, a spare part and team of engineers had to be dispatched from Singapore.

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ANYTIME FITNESS APOLOGIZES OVER TERRIBLE “NO OBLIGATION FREE TRIAL” INCIDENT

Well, despite the sour experience with the nex branch, AF has shown that they have decent service recovery standards, which is commendable. I may end up going to Fitness First though, simply because it is right next to my office at one north, while nex requires a slight detour and by the time I reach after work it is rather late for a workout on an empty stomach, though AF is dangling some offers at me. I haven't decided, will need to start work first and see how the workload is.

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MYANMAR FAN WHO THREATENED S’POREANS: I AM VERY SORRY PLS FORGIVE ME

The Myanmar football fan who insulted Singaporeans and threatened to take over Singapore in the aftermath of Singapore's 2 - 1 loss to Myanmar has apologised. In two Facebook posts, the fan who goes by the name Guidingstar Mmu apologised profusely for his heated words and urged the FAS to unban him and allow him to post his apology on the FAS facebook page.

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AMOS YEE: I AM REMORSEFUL, GIVE ME THREE DAYS TO PREPARE MY APOLOGY

After the explosive allegations and u-turns from the respective parties, Amos Yee has finally spoken up. He says that he is extremely remorseful for the turmoil he had caused Vincent and his family and asked for time to write a detailed public apology. In closing, he called on Christianity's tenant of forgiveness to offer him a second chance.

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FOREIGN EXPAT: DEAR SINGAPORE, I OWE YOU AN APOLOGY

So dear Singapore, I think I owe you an apology – for underestimating you, for judging you before I knew you, for typecasting you, for thinking of you as one-dimensional and not believing in you and all you have to offer. You have shown me that if only we open ourselves to new beginnings and new adventures, life has some unexpected and wonderful surprises in store for us. I didn’t want to move here initially and now I don’t feel like leaving. One thing I know for sure: I will never leave you Singapore; instead I will take a piece of you with me in my heart, no matter where I go in the world.

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YAHOO NEWS USED UNDERHANDED & UNSCRUPULOUS TACTICS TO ATTACK THE CHURCH

Leave it to the secular mass media to employ all manner of underhanded, unscrupulous tactics to try to drag even what is holy and good through the mud. Yahoo News has seized upon just one standalone line in the pastoral letter to create a sensationalist headline, which as we speak has already been celebrated by those seeking to attack the Church at every opportunity as 'evidence' of the Church's supposed admission of error in its teachings on this subject.

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SAF PUNISHED MY GUARDSMAN BROTHER BECAUSE MY PARENTS WERE SLOW TO RETURN TO THEIR SEATS

"My brother recently had his GCC(Guards Conversion Course) Parade. Everything was great but things got a little bit delayed due to parents and relatives not moving and adhering to the announcer's instructions to return to their seats on time. All was well until I realised my bro had to submit an apology letter to the higher ups to apologise for their 'unacceptable behaviour' that caused the delay. So now soldiers are blamed just because their parents and relatives wanted to stay on the parade square a few minutes longer?

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