Tag Archives: review

CRAB IN DA BAG CHECKS UP ON CUSTOMER’S WORKPLACE AFTER GIVEN A BAD REVIEW

Who knew a simple review would blow out of proportion after the management of crab in da bag responded to her complaint by playing the victim and defending themselves with CCTV footage of their customer's experience. But the most low blow was that crab in da bag actually went to find out personal details of the customer and even brought up her workplace and said that they have always supported Citibank promotions and she should not have given them such a shallow review.

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TAKAGI RAMEN: DELICIOUS RAMEN WITHOUT BURNING A HOLE IN YOUR POCKET

Took half day leave to try Takagi Ramen's Chashu-men at LKY School of Public Policy. I asked for extra noodle which is free to full my stomach so I got to sacrifice the dumpling and try it for the next visit. Soup is the soul of every ramen. So naturally my first move is to take a big sip and the first thing in my mind is...wow, they add plenty of ikan bilis for long hours of boiling!

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OPPOSITION PARTIES SHOULD SPEAK UP FOR THE CONCERNS OF NEW CITIZENS

In my view, some opposition parties inflicted a lot of damage on themselves when they went on vocally against immigration. At the forum, I made one suggestion which I have never heard anyone else make before. I said opposition parties should begin to speak up for the concerns of new citizens; if possible find one or two as candidates.

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Malaysia lost right to review price of water, says Shanmugam

Foreign Minister K Shanmugam stressed that this was under the terms of the 1962 Water Agreement. He was responding to recent reports in the Malaysian media that Johor wishes to review the price of raw water sold to Singapore. Mr Shanmugam said the Water Agreement is guaranteed by the Separation Agreement, which gave Singapore independence in 1965. He said: "Both Agreements are international treaties which are vital to us, our sovereignty and our security. The terms… cannot be changed unilaterally."

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Movie Review: RoboCop

A cop gets so badly hurt that it almost requires his whole body to get replaced by cyborg parts — no, this isn’t 1987 again, but the remake of the cult sci-fi movie RoboCop. The movie’s been modernised and made relevant for today’s age, but is the new RoboCop able to stand on its own two legs?

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