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Architect Tay Kheng Soon: Singapore Must Think Beyond The Defunct LKY Vision

Architect Tay Kheng Soon: Singapore Must Think Beyond The Defunct LKY Vision

NUS professor and veteran architect Tay Kheng Soon believes Singapore needs to have a new vision beyond the defunct Lee Kuan Yew vision of a "Global City." Noticing how the Covid19 pandemic has wrecked the global economy, Tay Kheng Soon says it shows the vulnerabilities and outdatedness of LKY's vision. The world has changed since Singapore achieved its status as a Global City.

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NUS Lives Up To National University Of Sex Nick, A Lecturer Now Accused Of Molest

NUS Lives Up To National University Of Sex Nick, A Lecturer Now Accused Of Molest

A lecturer from NUS is now the latest NUS linked male pervert who had bee charged in court for molesting an undergrad. In fact, the lecturer, Chinese national Long Yun, 36, was jailed for 14 weeks for molesting an NUS undergrad.

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Former NUS Don On The Run For 17 Years, Finally Face Charges For Molesting 5 Boys

Former NUS Don On The Run For 17 Years, Finally Face Charges For Molesting 5 Boys

A former senior psychology lecturer with the National University of Singapore (NUS), 59 year old Chan Cheng was finally found guilty of molesting five teenage boys. He had been on the run for 17 years, after escaping to Malaysia in 1999.

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Gracious Monica Baey Calls For Online Bullying Of Her Voyeur To Stop

Gracious Monica Baey Calls For Online Bullying Of Her Voyeur To Stop

She might have been the victim of a perverted NUS male student, but Monica Baey, who was filmed showering at a NUS hostel toilet by fellow NUS student Nicholas Lim, and whose case had been the talk of town for the past two weeks, have called on the online bullying against her perpetrator to stop.

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NUS Students Unhappy At Farcical Town Hall Meeting On Sexual Misconduct

NUS Students Unhappy At Farcical Town Hall Meeting On Sexual Misconduct

NUS students have cried foul over the Town Hall meeting organised hastily by NUS to address the sexual misconduct case where most said NUS had failed in its handling of the perpetrator and victim. Students and netizens alike have called NUS' punishment of Nicholas Lim, who had videoed Ms Monica Baey while she was in the shower as inadequate.

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NUS Student Nicholas Lim Allegedly Apologized For Sexual Misconduct, Prepared To Face Consequences

A contact of Nicholas Lim had posted a statement on behalf of him regarding the NUS saga. Lim was slammed by Singaporeans for being let off easily by NUS after filming a female student in the shower. The statement wrote that he was sorry for causing distress and will face the consequences. He is ashamed of himself but hoped that Monica will find closure. He was also thick-skinned enough to encourage victims of sexual harassment to speak up. What do you think? Will you forgive him?

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Gerald Giam: MSM Focus On Victim And Pushing Blame To NUS Wrong On So Many Levels

Gerald Giam: MSM Focus On Victim And Pushing Blame To NUS Wrong On So Many Levels

Giam also took offence on how the local media keep their focus on the victim, so much so that the victim's name and photos are splashed everywhere, and that everyone knows that it was her who was filmed showering, but yet the name of the perpetrator is not mentioned and his photos are not splashed in the papers. He ended his post by saying "This is wrong on so many levels"

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Education Minister Ong Ye Kung Told NUS To Take Tougher Stand, No More 2nd Chance For Students With Sexual Misconduct

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung has spoken up about the NUS controversy. He told the NUS President and Board Chairman to take a tough stand on issues that threaten students' safety. Its existing two strikes and you are gone method is too lenient when it comes to dealing with people who are charged with sexual misconduct. Other tertiary institutions will be reviewing their framework to put a stop to this unacceptable behaviour. Why does it have to take so much and so long for some justice to come to light?

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