Tag Archives: foreign talent

2 LASELLE STUDENTS SUSPENDED AFTER DEFENDING GIRL FROM BULLYING FT STUDENT

2 male students studying at La Salle, a local arts school in Singapore, have been suspended after defending a fellow student from the bullying antics of a foreign student studying in the school. According to a witness, a foreign female student had attempted to force a fellow female student to give up her assessment space. In the midst of their argument, a male student approached the quarrel and tried to stop the foreign student from behaving like a bully.

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FTS FORCE CHIOBU GRABCAR DRIVER TO BREAK THE LAW

A chiobu GrabCar driver found herself in a spot when her passengers forced her to pick up 3 adults and 2 children, which is 1 person above the legal limit for a passenger car and a contravention of traffic law in Singapore. According to the lady driver, she responded to a booking by an Indian FT family. When she arrived, discovered that they had more passengers than she could legally carry. To make things worse, they had 2 young children with them.

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CYBER SECURITY SECTOR TO CREATE MORE NEW JOBS, BUT FOR SG OR FT?

Minister Yaacob Ibrahim, speaking during the opening ceremony of the new HQ of Palo Alto Networks in the Asia Pacific region, said that the cyber security sector in Singapore is going to grow by as much as $900m by 2020. He also said that the sector has the potential to create 2,500 new jobs by 2018. That is a lot of new jobs in the next year. The question is, will these jobs be offered to Singaporeans, or are they going to go to foreign talents? We all know that the cyber security sector is a brand new area, where there might not be enough qualified Singaporeans yet, or locals experienced enough to jump into this industry straight away.

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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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