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FAMILY FINDS CIGARETTE BUTT FILTER IN THEIR DINNER

Towards the end of our meal, we discovered a cigarette butt from the dish of fishes cooked.

Immediately my brother notified the stall attendant (skinny female, long hair tied into a ponytail) and she came over to our table, picked up the cigarette butt, returned to the stall and told the chef on duty about the incident before trashing the cigarette butt. After which she asked my brother ‘你要怎么样’ (what do you want?) and simply sat down at a table in front of the stall.

The chef then came over and spoke to us admitting that it was his responsibility but he has no idea how the cigarette butt ended up in our dish.

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DON'T BELIEVE THE MEDIA THAT AMOS YEE IS PSYCHOLOGICALLY DISTURBED

So here’s my take on this whole absurd affair: Amos Yee, as a teenager, is as normal as they come. They chafe at authority, will always look for wriggle room and bargaining leverage, have a sharp instinct for pointing out adult contradictions and hypocrisies, and speak in a language of ‘but’s’ and ‘why not’s’ that are designed to try your patience.

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POLICE REFUTES HAN HUI HUI'S CLAIMS THAT THEY VISITED HER HOME AT MIDNIGHT & DENIED HER DINNER

Local blogger Han Hui Hui was questioned by police for seven hours on Friday over a protest she organised at Hong Lim Park that disrupted a charity carnival last month, the police confirmed on Saturday. But they denied online reports that officers turned up at her house at midnight the night before, or that she was not allowed to eat during her interview. In a statement on Saturday night, a police spokesman said Ms Han is among "several persons" involved in the incident who are currently assisting them in investigations. The probe has been ongoing since a police report was lodged on Sep 27, the day the protest was held.

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LEE KUAN YEW: S'PORE NEEDS TO SUSTAIN HIGH GDP SO THAT SHE CAN KEEP UPGRADING HERSELF

Former Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew attended the Tanjong Pagar-Tiong Bahru 49th National Day Celebration dinner on Wednesday (Aug 13). About 900 grassroots leaders, clan association representatives and residents were reported to have cheered loudly when he arrived. Mr Lee also conitnued to emphasize the need for higher GDP. He said, “Without progress, without higher GDP every year, we will not be able to do this. It is because we have the necessary resources that we can proceed with all these obligations to our people.”

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