Perspectives

Why Train To Busan didn’t quite cut it for me

TL;DR – I feel so heartless that I didn’t shed a tear. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you should have seen the glowing reviews about Korean box office hit, Train to Busan. Coming in tops at the local box office and also the highest-grossing Korean movie in Singapore to date, there might even be a sequel to

Employment disputes? The new Employment Claims Tribunals’ got your back!

TL;DR – The new kid on the block for employment disputes is gonna kick ass! While the rest of Singapore continue to lap up more Joseph Schooling news – “ooooh, he has a new tattoo” and “oh, it’s on his biceps!” to “wah his girlfriend so chio and smart” and “wait a minute… then why

Singapore’s bilingual policy, mistake or not?

TL;DR – Well-played MOE, well-played. This topic Is Singapore’s bilingual policy a mistake? was discussed on question-and-answer website Quora and Adrianna Tan, Founder & CEO of Wobe.io & Gyanada.org shared this pretty thought-provoking reply: It helps our workforce: I couldn’t agree more with using English as a primary language over our other option, which is Malay; it has

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