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PMETs and cohesiveness in our society

PMETs and cohesiveness in our society

I’m overseas and getting access to the Internet is not so easy in some places. A few days ago on the 19 Oct 2010, I wanted to post something on the 4th anniversary of the Wee Shu Min incident [Link] but couldn’t get access to the Internet. For many Singaporeans, that incident was a wake up call to the widening class... 

The Ordinary Singaporean – who loses out

The Ordinary Singaporean – who loses out

The Ordinary Singaporean (TOS) started life humbly in a HDB when he first got married. I can safely say that many Singaporeans are TOS who  started off  life, built a family and dream home in that manner. I can always remember the day I bought my first home, a new 5 room HDB in Marine Parade in 1973. I bought it for $34,000... 

7 lessons I learned from my jobless experience

7 lessons I learned from my jobless experience

I have read widely that the economic crisis is  over and many have cheered such positive news. It is like dawn breaking out on a very prolonged period of darkness. We can finally see some light at the end of a very dark long tunnel. For many, they will want to erase such a depressing period from their memory if they could.  The... 



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