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A sombre week for Singapore

Last week, Singapore mourned the loss of their founding father Mr Lee Kuan Yew. In response to his passing, some of Singapore’s largest companies eradicated any colour in their branding and chose black and grey as a mark of respect.   238 more words


Please Check If Your Adobe Is Real Or Not. Found This Online

Recently Adobe distributer from Singapore, Sapura Synergy Singapore got caught for selling fake Adobe software
if you have Adobe software check if it’s real or not with Adobe… 11 more words


An Open Letter to Amos Yee from a Christian

Dear Amos,

Thought I’d pen this open letter to you, given that there’s been countless posts and articles baying for your blood.

As a Christian, I just felt like I should offer a different view. 586 more words


Lee Kuan Yew

I went to the new exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore that commemorates the life of Lee Kuan Yew (LKY), Singapore’s founding Prime Minister. This exhibition gave me a brief glimpse into his public life, and what he has done for this tiny nation. 517 more words


Mr. Widodo Ratanachaithong establishes friendly and permanent relations with his employees

Mr. Widodo Ratanachaithong establishes friendly and permanent relations with his employees, clients and investor. He considers his employees as the strength of his company that is the reason for making the outmost profit and progress in world industry.  74 more words

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The Singaporean Identity

My generation has always been called pampered and spoilt. The older generation always says to us, that we don’t know how lucky we are.

As a child, I always felt like retorting back, “No, mum/dad/grandma. 1,727 more words


Lee Kuan Yew - Founding Father of Modern Singapore

He was a visionary, an extraordinary leader, a charismatic speaker whose speeches were memorable and invoked respect and passion. Today, Singapore paid her last farewell to her first Prime Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, as the seven-day period of national mourning comes to an end. 3,028 more words