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FORMER MAID: PRC CHEAT YANG YIN MADE MADAM CHUNG EAT LEFTOVERS!

The report also informed readers that Madam Chung's former maid was unhappy that Yang, his wife and their children will be the first to tuck into meals and ignored Madam Chung. They will only leave the leftovers to Madam Chung! To this, the maid would secretly reserve a portion of the freshly prepared meal and send it to Madam Chung without Yang's knowledge. Yang is such a horrible person but yet the PAP allowed him to be in the grassroot movement for years. This really reflects PAP's poor judgement of character.

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EX-EMPLOYEE OF WIDOW: I WORKED FOR 30 YEARS BUT WAS UNREASONABLY SACKED BY PRC CHEAT YANG YIN!

Madam Chung had treated Mustafa like her own family and she has always extend a helping hand to Mustafa's family when they needed help. But things spiral downwards after PRC cheat Yang Yin moved into Madam Chung's house. Yang bossed around and often nitpicked on the slightest things and sought to change the ways things were being run in the house. Yang eventually fired Mustafa.

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[YOUR LETTERS] TO S'PORE, WITH LOVE: THE UNFORGIVING FATHER & HIS LOST CHILDREN

So who is right and who is wrong? How can this gap in position be bridged? Both sides insist they are right and neither side is willing to back down. The Government is not going to forgive and forget while the exiled are obviously not going to admit any wrongdoing. Now that public attention on this matter is at its strongest, why don't these exiled individuals take the opportunity to reach out to the Government. Rather than tell their side of the story from exile, show Singaporeans your passion to return home and be the one to reach out.

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[YOUR LETTERS] TAN JEE SAY'S CALL TO OTHER OPPOSITION PARTIES

The next elections will be a critical point for all Singaporeans as it is now evident that the PAP has lost touch with ordinary Singaporeans and are incapable of making our country a better place for ourselves and the future of our children. So not only must we rally together to vote out the PAP, the opposition must also unite and be strategic in their fight against the PAP instead of only focusing on themselves and spoiling the opposition cause.

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[YOUR LETTERS] CAN SINGAPOREANS TRUST ICA AND THE SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE?

It is more worrying that shortly after the Mercedes gate crash incident, a video of the incident began circulating on the internet. The video, can be seen here was obviously recorded from a mobile phone in a ICA Ops Room that monitors security footage. To me, this is a serious breach of trust by the check point authorities. Despite the promise of an investigation, this incident happened more than 3 months ago, but neither the SPF nor the ICA have given Singaporeans an update of the "leak" which happened in a supposedly controlled & secured environment; but when PAP's political powers are under threat, the SPF acted swiftly and managed to capture the teenagers.

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[YOUR LETTERS] COMPETITION COMMISSION OF SINGAPORE SHOULD BE SACKED

All four cinema chains have raised their ticket prices in unison. Although the cinemas do not have a government agency to look after them, the cinemas behaved as if they were transport companies acting under the Public Transport Council's Fare Review Committee where prices go up together! The cinemas' have colluded together in price fixing which put consumers like us at a disadvantage. What is the point of having more players to compete in the market when all of them can gang up, increase prices and Singaporeans are unable to do anything about it?

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[YOUR LETTERS] SINGAPOREAN: I AM UPSET WITH CPF

I also find it objectionable, as many others do, that I have no control over a significant amount of funds in my CPF account and shall have no control over them for the foreseeable future. If I do not live for the length of time on which CPF Life projections are based (“average or expected lifespans”) I shall not be able to enjoy the money I have earned, even if I happen to need it urgently at some point in time.

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[YOUR LETTERS] My Take On The PM vs Roy Ngerng Case

So, he has to ask Roy to apologise, remove the relevant content, and pay for damages. In two other similar cases, nobody went to court. Those two other persons can still criticize the PM. In fact, they have, in some cases, done a better job. Roy deliberately aggravated the situation. The PM has to press charges. I feel sad for Roy and have tried to advice him on his Facebook.

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[YOUR LETTERS] TIME FOR SINGAPORE TO ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY

So, it is completely regressive in terms of human rights, and another step away from an enlightened society when Law Minister K Shanmugam recently said that he is in favour of imposing the death penalty on criminals who sexually assault women or abuse children, and the victim dies. "My thinking is that there should be a default death sentence for those who rape or sexually assault women, resulting in the victim's death, and for those who hurt a child and the child ends up dead. The accused in such cases should face the death penalty, unless he can prove why there shouldn't be such a penalty", said the Law Minister.

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[YOUR LETTERS] CPF WEBSITE UNABLE TO EXPLAIN CPF POLICIES CLEARLY AND CONFUSE SINGAPOREANS

My dad is semi-retired and he is very concerned about the latest changes in the CPF minimum sum scheme. Honestly, I'm only in my mid-twenties and CPF MS doesn't affect me much. Out of curiosity, I searched around the internet to understand more about CPF MS but I was very disappointed because the CPF website itself is so difficult to navigate and it does not explain itself well at all. It is very frustrating.

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