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CHRISTIAN ZEALOT ANGRY WITH NUS FOR ORGANISING PRO-LGBT FORUM

This hardcore Christian zealot is furious that NUS organized a LGBT forum on 17 Oct. This lady, Carrie Shalom who frequently posts articles in that group and sees a LGBT plot in almost everything has accused NUS of organizing a LGBT symposium to normalize the LGBT lifestyle in Singapore. Is the lady too extreme? Or has NUS allowed an evil and highly dangerous LGBT movement to mislead the public and fester within the walls of the university by organizing this one forum?

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IRRATIONAL S'POREANS REFUSE TO VOTE OPPOSITION FOR FEAR OF LOSING EVERYTHING

Fears hold us back. It is time we empower ourselves, our future. Singapore’s ruling party had ruled Singapore through a climate of fear for the past 50 years, and such fear poisons our political and social climates even until this day. Today, even if we send 40 elected opposition MPs into Parliament, Singapore will not be doomed.

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SG 50 Special #42: Bengawan Solo, Have kueh will survive

Anastasia Tjendri-Liew (b. 1947, Bangka Island, Indonesia - ) is the founder and managing director of Bengawan Solo, one of Singapore’s most successful bakery chains. Under her leadership, Bengawan Solo grew from a single store to a chain with over 40 outlets and a turnover of S$43 million in 2008. She took up Singapore citizenship after moving from Indonesia in 1970.

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Singapore can be relatively affordable if you do not buy a car

recent study by the Economist Intelligence Unit had ranked Singapore as the most expensive city for expatriates -- an outcome that is partly due to the stronger Singapore dollar. After tracking global prices of several goods and services, Sanjeev Sanyal, a Deutsche Bank strategist based in Singapore, said that the exchange rate has made Singapore more expensive in US dollar terms. However, a lot also depends on lifestyle choices.

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Sengkang Swimming Complex and Sengkang Floating Wetland

This complex is great. Eight waterslides – I mean how can the little munchkins not be happy with that? I’ll tell you how – for six of the big slides, you have to be five years old AND 1.2 meters tall. Both of my lads did not fit the requirements, and surprisingly, took it in their stride. I really did expect a fight, but they were very cool – phew. They would have loved it though. So be prepared if you go there with little kids.

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