Why taxi companies should encourage entrepreunal drivers Why taxi companies should encourage entrepreunal drivers
Timbre Is Embracing The Future Timbre Is Embracing The Future
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Why taxi companies should encourage entrepreunal drivers
Advocacy

Why taxi companies should encourage entrepreunal drivers

  The number of degree holders have consistently been going up. So too has the number of PMEs. Therefore it is no surprise to see a growing number of PMEs taking up jobs as taxi drivers. Now unlike taxi drivers of the past, PME taxi drivers are equipped with organisational, analytical and entrepreunal skills. They understand the value of productivity and thus know it is smarter to drive less miles, and make more money. But does the taxi companies encourage this? Answer is no. All the taxi companies frown upon […]

Timbre Is Embracing The Future
Singapore Today

Timbre Is Embracing The Future

Labour crunch? This company is working it’s way around the problem. These “employees” need no minimum wage, no salary, no rest and doesn’t speak with an unfamiliar accent. Yes – Timbre is set to employ hovering robots as wait staff as early as next year.   Well it looks like things might be heading in that direction with local bar and restaurant famed for their ridiculously flavourful pizzas and entertaining local bands, Timbre will be taking the step through the “wormhole” and into the future of the Food and Beverage business. […]

Maybe Joshua Wong might want to sue you
Singapore Today

Is HHH Doing Her Own Writing?

Han Hui Hui clearly doesn’t believe that the internet is a very accessible place. It’s hard to support an activist who commits criminal fashion offences, even harder when despite all the best intention in the world for fellow citizens, you disrupt a harmless performance put on by children with special needs. We’ve heard their cries for transparency, and some may even have seen from your point of view, but her groups brash dis concern has taken away any sort of belief or credibility from them. It’s also becoming clear that […]

From Hybrid To Artificial
Singapore Today

From Hybrid To Artificial

$800,000 on a hybrid pitch, now replaced with a synthetic pitch. With it’s unveiling this year, the Sportshub was thought to be our new crowning glory, but after complains and images surfaced of a dying pitch, it seems that the hybrid pitch just wasn’t going to work out. And at a cost of $800,000 it’s a pretty hefty price to pay for a trial run. The synthetic pitch was initially opted against in favour of the hybrid pitch, but after months of poor conditions and the inability to maintain the […]

NSmen To Be Deployed In The Middle East?
Singapore Today

NSmen To Be Deployed In The Middle East?

We know this is what we’ll hear if this ever comes to fruition “I serve two years for what, still want me to go to Middle East?” Honestly, serving National Service wasn’t that difficult, it was tough and almost every Singaporean son has come out alive and moved on with their lives. We still get called back for reservist and we still have to sit for IPPT, but getting deployed to the Middle East in a real war effort, now that’s a whole new ball game. In days of past, […]

Selamat Tinggal Indonesian Domestic Helpers
Singapore Today

Selamat Tinggal Indonesian Domestic Helpers

Come 2019, you may have to bid farewell to your Indonesian maid. Recent consideration from the Indonesian government could lead to them no longer sending Indonesian women overseas to work as domestic helpers. This recent development was sparked after many maids have returned suffering from mental and physical strain caused by their time living with their foreign employers. Indonesian maids make up the biggest portion of the domestic helper market in Singapore, and the withdrawal could see an increase in maid services as compared to their Filipino counterparts, Indonesians are […]

Will the odds be ever in their favour?
Singapore Today

Will the odds be ever in their favour?

  Protesters got arrested in Thailand just last week, for flashing the popular Hunger Games salute at their military-appointed Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha. Our local career protesters seem to have followed suit. Han Hui Hui and her friends mimicking the salute as they stand outside court. Now, if Singapore is really as dystopian and autocratic as Han Hui Hui and her friends seem to think, they would probably have been arrested for flashing that sign already. While Han Hui Hui and her cohorts have been charged – for public nuisance […]

Remember Michael Fay?
Singapore Today

Remember Michael Fay?

Two Germans apparently didn’t get the memo about Michael Fay and the “rotan”. Michael Fay was big news around the world when the then 18 year old teenager went on a vandalism spree. Although he denied the acts of vandalism and confessed to only stealing road signs, Michael Fay was still jailed and caned although his sentence was reduced from six strokes to four after mediation from the US government. What happened after he left prison and returned to America? Nothing much has changed according to wikipedia which doesn’t include […]

Same Same But Different – Taxis
Singapore Today

Same Same But Different – Taxis

Pirate Taxis, should they be shut down or lauded for their entrepreneurial instincts? You know that phrase when you go Thailand, and you hear it and see it smacked all over tourist shirts “Same Same but Different”. Well Pirate Taxis here in Singapore, offer the same services, but different prices and come with a whole set of different risks. Cars aren’t cheap in Singapore, they’re a luxury item that can cost a bulk of your monthly income. To add on, petrol doesn’t come cheap either and with cost perpetually rising, […]

Entertainment: The Way We Go (20th – 29th November 2014)
Everything Else

Entertainment: The Way We Go (20th – 29th November 2014)

This is coming to the end of its run, but if there’s one play you absolutely must catch this week, it will be The Way We Go. Sometimes, what we need is a good clean story that is stripped of all the frills, dramatic effects, fancy props and music. It cuts through the fat of modern entertainment and leaves for you nothing but raw emotion. It somehow reminds me of this 2003 Lars Von Trier piece – “Dogville”. The story follow the reflections of Agatha Mao, former principal of the […]