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YouTube Channel Teaches About SPass And EPass Employment

YouTube Channel Teaches About SPass And EPass Employment

A YouTube Channel to share everything about Singapore has caught the attention of many local netizens. The Channel aims to make Singapore "feel like a home" to its viewers by answering all queries about Singapore such as travel, work and things to do here. Netizens have voiced concerned about Singaporeans losing jobs and reducing income amid the pandemic. With this YouTuber encouraging more FTs to seek employment here and the supposed facilitation by CECA, Singaporeans worry that they will have to struggle for PMET jobs vacancies.

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ONE CHAMPIONSHIP CEO: PRADIP HAD LESS THAN 24 HOURS NOTICE TO FILL IN FOR MMA FIGHT

Asia Fighting Championship's tragic celebrity match between YouTube personality Steven Lim and bodybuilder Pradip Subramanian, which resulted in Pradip's untimely demise by cardiac arrest, has been slammed by its competitor for being "reckless" and "irresponsible".

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STRAITS TIMES' POINTLESS VIDEO OF FAJAR LRT BECOMES #2 MOST TRENDING ON YOUTUBE

The Straits Times is causing a stir with its super exciting video of an LRT train leaving Fajar LRT station... but the reasons for the viral spread of the video remain unclear. According to a reader who alerted us to the video, ST shared a link to a video showing an LRT train closing its doors and leaving Fajar station for its next destination.

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AMOS YEE'S YOUTUBE TERMINATED AFTER HORDES OF S'POREANS REPORT HIS OFFENSIVE VIDEO

I just tried to watch Amos Yee's crazy video against Lee Kuan Yew and Christians and surprise surprise, YouTube has terminated his account after online netizens reported it constantly. For all Amos's ramblings about freedom of speech, liberalism and western democracy, YouTube, a product of Western Democracy has answered the calls of Singaporeans and took down his silly YouTube channel and denied him the attention he desired.

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