The Funniest Copycat Members of Parliament In Singapore

On our tiny island of 5.5 million peeps, we have a grand total of 100 Members of Parliament (MPs) who sometimes irritatingly, like to copy each other (why ah?). We shortlisted three copycat MPs for your weekend snorting pleasure and ranked them in order of our Funny Copycat Index, which comprises: Lack of originality How […]

Parliament 101

Not many of you know this, but the 1st Session of the 13th Parliament will commence on 15 Jan 2016. What is this 13th parliamentary session that we speak of? Remember those guys you voted for during GE last year? If they won, they are now your voice in parliament and can help you do […]

The stars are aligned for Chan Chun Sing

If you’re wondering why you’ve been seeing so much of Chan Chun Sing on the news, it’s because the guy’s on a winning streak. If Chan Chun Sing has a feng shui master he consults, we want the guy’s number. After all, 2015 has been nothing short of spectacular for the newly minted Labour Chief […]

8 New Ministries in the new Singapore cabinet???

Now that the hype of the General Elections has blown over, the whole nation waits with anticipation to see who Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be picking to fill the different portfolios, more so for the new faces who were introduced at the recent #GE2015. There are 15 government ministries in Singapore to fill, […]

What next for Low Thia Khiang?

At the 11th hour as vote counting was underway, Secretary General of the Worker’s Party was visibly distressed. On national television he sprouted a forced, weak smile, as the prospect of losing the Aljunied seats became very real. It wasn’t the loss of Aljunied that he was concerned about. Back in Hougang, his party comrade […]

Temasek Review

Your letters: Chasing Rainbows

This article first appeared in mandarin on 9th Sept 2015 by Elaine Chua Whenever I thought of our founding Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew, his motivational quote would immediately come to mind. He said, “To the young and the not too old, I say, look at the horizon, follow that rainbow, go ride it.” I drew […]

GE2015: 8 Best of Best Facebook Posts

By now you must have read mannnnnnnnnnnnnny Facebook posts and followed the endless stream of rally news about #GE2015. But but but, there are some gems out of the avalanche of posts that you really shouldn’t miss. Here, our pick of the best of best Facebook posts this election season.   1) ‘I still can’t […]

Some love for Lim Swee Say…

A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit. – Arnold H. Glasow He showed that he was not afraid to admit his flaws and mistakes and he definitely is one who takes a little less share of the credit for the […]

The mood at East Coast GRC

I am writing as a resident of East Coast GRC. Fresh out of the jungles from reservists, I thought it best to have a chat with some of my neighbours to find out what they think about this elections, and hopefully…try to pry out a little bit about who they’d be choosing as Member for […]

Workers' Party

The Great Workers’ Party Prata

The Great Workers’ Party Prata: Have you ever been to a Roti Prata stall and saw the Roti Prata chef flipping the well-oiled dough back and forth? The trick to a good crispy prata is to have flipped and stretch the dough as many times as possible so that it has multiple layers which adds […]