Roy’s latest apology to the PM (dated 3rd July) Roy’s latest apology to the PM (dated 3rd July)
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The Emperor’s New Clothes The Emperor’s New Clothes
Singapore needs clear laws on discrimination and racism Singapore needs clear laws on discrimination and racism

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Roy’s latest apology to the PM (dated 3rd July)
Observations

Roy’s latest apology to the PM (dated 3rd July)

  Roy has apologised. Again. This is the latest one. If you don’t feel like adding numbers to his blog, you can read it here:   I, Roy Ngerng Yi Ling, republish this apology on my blog, in recognition of having published Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s Demand Letter to me, on my blog, which included links to the Article on my blog, links to the Article on my Facebook page and on The Heart Truths’ Facebook page, and links to the other websites as stated in Paragraph 11 of the […]

How to make the sums work for our economy…
Singapore Today

How to make the sums work for our economy…

When Minister for Manpower Lim Swee Say was with the NTUC as its Chief, he had used the formula “1+2=3” to highlight how Singapore is aiming for 3% growth with 1% manpower growth and 2% productivity growth. Speaking at the NTUC e2i’s annual Employability Fair, Minister Lim once again reiterated the same message, albeit as the Manpower Minister this time round. But what does this really mean for the Singapore workforce? In the past 10 years, Singapore has depended on 3% workforce growth and 1% productivity growth to give a […]

The Emperor’s New Clothes
Singapore Today

The Emperor’s New Clothes

We’ve all read or at least heard of the Emperor’s new clothes, the fable in which a vain emperor parades the streets in such a sophisticated costume that only “smart” people can see when in fact he’s stark naked and only realises when a nay-Sayer from the crowd points it out, breaking the illusion and humiliating not just the emperor but the crowd of “smart” followers. We take Amos Yee and Roy Ngerng and we place them in the Emperor’s shoes, the outspoken pair are facing their share of legal […]

Singapore needs clear laws on discrimination and racism
Advocacy / Singapore Today

Singapore needs clear laws on discrimination and racism

  (Info: Heidi has declined to speak with us and remarks she would like to take the matter privately with Light Art Studio Pte Ltd)   Both Heidi and Bosco Cheng of Light Art Studio Pte Ltd have gone to the police to make reports. But have you wondered, what is the point of these reports? The police are there to conduct investigations into criminal matters. The boss of the lighting company has a potential criminal matter on his hands if there is impersonation of him or misrepresentation of his […]

“We did not send her the text” says boss at the heart of #Heidi racist SMS
Observations / Singapore Today

“We did not send her the text” says boss at the heart of #Heidi racist SMS

The messages was racist, narrow minded and reflects the ignorance of some Chinese bosses in Singapore. In short, the SMS to Heidi Heng flat out told her that If she doesn’t eat pork and can’t assimilate with their group, you can’t be part of our team. We paid a visit to Light Art Studio Pte Ltd and spoke with Bosco Cheng, the Director of the company allegedly held by Heidi to have sent the text. “No one from my company sent that message to her”, said Cheng. “We are not […]

Say no to childish politics
Observations / Singapore Today

Say no to childish politics

Today, Roy Ngerng is in court together with Leong sze hian and gang. Han Hui Hui is not present because she’s having fun “protesting” in Hong Kong. Amos Yee, is in prison. Roy had wanted to cross examine the Prime Minister desperately. Perhaps he secretly gets aroused at the thought of questioning Mr. Lee in Court. Today, the PM grants Roy his fantasies and obliges. And the first thing that Roy says? “I am sorry. I had no intent to defame you”. Seriously Roy? This is a Court of Justice, […]

Will you trust the “non-flameable” powder at this year’s Colour Run?
Observations / Singapore Today

Will you trust the “non-flameable” powder at this year’s Colour Run?

The organiser of The Colour Run Singapore is under fire by netizens in its recent Facebook post, made in light of the Formosa Fun Coast water park explosion. The Colour Play Asia event on the outskirts of Taipei last Saturday evening left more than 2oo partygoers seriously hurt and 1 dead. The dust explosion is believed to be caused by the heat from stage lighting or by cigarette smoke. The Colour Run has gained popularity here in recent years (with 52,000 likes on its Facebook page). The use of coloured powder is adopted from […]

How the new Singapore-Australia partnership will help…
Singapore Today

How the new Singapore-Australia partnership will help…

Singapore and Australia inked a comprehensive strategic partnership – the first such partnership between Singapore and another country yesterday. One of the areas of focus for the new pact – Project 2025, is on Trade and Economics, which is linked to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed by Singapore and Australia in 2003 and was last reviewed in 2011. The agreement covers the trade in goods and trade in services such as telecommunications and financial services, movement of business persons, government procurement, intellectual property rights, competition policy, e-commerce and education […]

SAF’s First Volunteer Corp Passes Out
Singapore Today

SAF’s First Volunteer Corp Passes Out

The SAF Volunteer Corp welcomed it’s first batch of volunteer soldiers into their ranks at Maju Camp over the weekend, all 226 of them. The units made up of men and women from Singapore, first generation permanent residents and new citizens took up the call to arms and volunteered their services in fulfilling a two week basic military training with a further two weeks of familiarisation to go. All of the volunteers are not liable for national service and have willingly volunteered their services to the national defence of the […]

The MRT Mascots We Actually Recognise
Singapore Today

The MRT Mascots We Actually Recognise

We all know Stand-up Stacey and her posse of like-minded, thoughtful friends, Move-in Martin, Hush-hush Hannah, Bag-down Benny, Give-way Glenda. Meet the true mascots from our daily commute – We all know these lesser-mentioned individuals – in fact, we may unknowingly adopt pieces of themselves in our daily commuting lives. Here are 8 other friends that we’ve identified and felt should be raised to greater attention: 1. She always has her eyes tightly shut, especially so if she has a seat. No one can ever tell if Sheila has drifted […]