It certainly isn’t easy, but someone has to do it.
Things are set in motion to help women get back into the workforce.
It’s getting hot in here.
Your life, your choice.
Ain’t nobody got time for that?
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
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
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
TL;DR – Not all songs are created equal. I attended a wedding recently when the couple chose Bruno Mars’s Marry You as their march-in song – now, I love Bruno and I love my friends but their choice of song was seriously questionable to me. Not because it’s already quite outdated (hello, it was released in 2010!)
TL;DR – Would you clap for the mall that goes all out to keep the toilets exclusive for you, or would you boycott a mall whose action seems to discriminate against migrant workers? Management at Wisma Atria has put up signs in the mall’s toilets disallowing the contractors, presumably mostly foreign workers, working on the