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GE2020: PAP's Jessica Tan Thought Makcik Wear Tudung to Look Pretty

PAP East Coast candidate Jessica Tan, aka upside-down mask woman, embarrassed herself once again when during a house visit, she failed to understand why the makcik declined to take a photo with her when she was not wearing a Tudung. Insisting on a photo, she said “No need la pretty already!” Xia suay.

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GE2020: PAP Candidate Hany Soh's Facebook Page Ownself Wished Ownself Recovery

PAP Marsiling-Yew Tee candidate Hany Soh's Facebook admin was caught forgetting to switch accounts. This happened when a comment appeared to ownself console ownself after she posted about fracturing her foot during her campaign.

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GE2020: PAP Candidate Ng Ling Ling Allegedly Made False Claim About Her Role In SSTI

GE2020: PAP Candidate Ng Ling Ling Allegedly Made False Claim About Her Role In SSTI

After a member of the public accused ex-PAP candidate Ivan Lim of being arrogant and elitist, another concerned Singaporean has stepped forward to call PAP candidate Ng Ling Ling out for allegedly making a false claim. According to this Singaporean, Ng Ling Ling had falsely claimed credit for setting up the Social Service Training Institute (SSTI). She was merely an Assistant Director at SSTI while the founding director was Ms Tan Bee Heong.

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Loser PAP Candidate Victor Lye Uses Therefore And Thereby To Confuse Everyone

Loser PAP Candidate Victor Lye Uses Therefore And Thereby To Confuse Everyone

So, people need to be warned about those who are politicians, but the activists must first and foremost be politicians? He is warning the people to be wary of characters like him? Sounds about right. And his Facebook post is also riddled with the words "Therefore and Thereby". Maybe he just picked up those two words, and thought it was cool to name drop them off every opportunity he can.

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CHONG KEE HIONG BEMOANS LACK OF MERITOCRACY IN HIS FORMER PRIMARY SCHOOL

When he was in Primary 5, Chong Kee Hiong scored the highest marks for mathematics and Chinese. But his teacher at the now defunct Kim Keat Primary School told him he had won one prize too many and gave the maths award to another pupil who had finished half a mark behind.

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