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WHAT FOREIGN WORKERS IN SINGAPORE THINK ABOUT YOU S’POREANS

Foreign workers have a tough time here in Singapore. They’re separated from their family for months, and work hard under the hot sun just for our infrastructure. We wanted to find out more about the lives of these foreign workers, and what they really think about Singapore. Our reporters went out to speak to some foreign workers, and this is what they had to say:

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LEE HSIEN LOONG MUST DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY OR JUST STEP DOWN

For the sake of the whole nation, he should step down. Carrying on daddy's tradition, without even understanding that he has to move forward with a responsible vision, is utterly alarming. Daddy ruthlessly reduced us to digits, and you are a different man!! Not even a glimpse of this so far! The rest are just cronies' kids and very rich and clueless spoilt brats. Given scholarships, parachuted into power. Rubbish. Out of touch, utterly uncaring spoilt rubbish.

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ARE TRUE BLUE SINGAPOREANS GOING EXTINCT?

It is unbelieveable, but this is the truth. Everyone in the city state knows that Sinkies are useless, hopeless and need to be replaced by better and more talented people deserving to inherit this jewel and keep it glowing forever. What is going on? The people who built a paradise are daft and useless, unemployable, despite having graduated from some of the best universities and most expensive education system in the world. And the villagers, the country bumpkins from the 3rd World, are here to inherit this city built by the Sinkies. They are taking over.

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HOW DAFT & STUPID CAN “EDUCATED” SINGAPOREANS BE?

I wonder whether to call it legendary or comical that a people, well educated, well travelled, can be so daft to the point of idiocy. That is the daft Sinkie. They have the best education and training from very young, to attend the best and most expensive nurseries and kindergartens, best schools and universities, tuitions and all the enrichment courses only to turn themselves into perfect droids, can do anything if programmed but cannot think.

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JOB ADVERT FOR MSIANS ON GOVERNMENT JOB PORTAL

Is the government telling companies and Singaporeans that it cannot fulfill its Singaporeans First policy? If that's the case, then I advise all of you to consider very carefully and vote in a government that can keep to its word in the next General Elections.

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MFA EVACUATING FAMILIES LIVING YEMEN

Saudi Arabia has been leading air strikes in Yemen to try to stem advances by an Iran-allied Shiite group. Last week, a Singaporean woman married to a Yemeni man was evacuated with her four children. She had been living in Aden since last September. The MFA advised Singaporeans not to travel to Yemen. Singaporeans there who are not yet in touch with the ministry are urged to contact its duty officer at 63798800/8855 or [email protected]

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EMPLOYERS ARE NOT FAVORING FOREIGNERS, SAYS TAFEP

Cases of discrimination by nationality made up half of about 300 complaints in all. However, TAFEP general manager Roslyn Ten said many stem from misunderstanding and not from genuine bias, and urged companies to improve communication with job seekers or existing employees by explaining why, for example, foreigners instead of Singaporeans were hired or promoted.

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I TAUGHT MY STUDENTS THE DANGERS OF IRRESPONSIBLE SOCIAL MEDIA USE

A lot of things have been said about the young generation and their mentality, behaviour especially online. Even more so in recent days (because of the Amos Yee case). Senseless. Shallow. Self-entitled. Stupid. Today, I had a 'social media' debate and discussion in class. I then attempted to make them understand how everything they post online is permanent, there is no such thing as complete “privacy” online. What they post online “without giving it much thought" can be damaging. I told them I don’t ever want them to end up like Amos Yee.

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97% OF SINGAPOREANS WOULD LEAVE SINGAPORE FOR OVERSEAS JOBS

According to a poll conducted by recruiting firm Hays, 97% of Singaporeans would leave Singapore to work overseas if given the opportunity — the biggest proportion in Asia. 85% would leave for better job opportunities, career development or exposure. 12% would leave for lifestyle factors.

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