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Request to remove Chinese signs at foodcourt 'a misunderstanding'

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

What seemed like a move to replace bilingual signs at a foodcourt at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) with English-only ones was, in fact, the result of “a misunderstanding”, the university has clarified. 447 more words

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Yesterday.

“What worked yesterday doesn’t always work today.” – Elizabeth Gilbert

Yesterday, I was supermom. Yesterday, I was a badass. Yesterday, I could have conquered the world. 332 more words

When Family Plan To Move Away

Yesterday I went to Somerset to visit family.

Their story is like something from a story book. My family are kind of globe-trotters, they have lived in various places abroad for many years and have been back in the U.K. 318 more words

Balancing our Focus

One piece of advice I have heard from doctors, nurses, and even patients who have been through cancer is: “just focus on today”.

Looking at the amount of appointments, treatments, medications, and all the things that could possibly go wrong in-between, can tend to be overwhelming. 432 more words

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Islamophobia as bad and unacceptable as terrorism, says PM Lee

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Islamophobia is as bad and unacceptable as radical terrorism, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said yesterday.

He warned against letting anti-Muslim sentiments take root, hours after news broke that… 220 more words

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Just for Fun

Like the title says….this post is just for fun.

On May 18, Sirius Radio launched The Beatles Channel. I’ve been glued to it ever since. I originally discovered the “four guys from Liverpool” after they broke up, but that didn’t stop me from falling in love with them like everyone else. 378 more words

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Chile's Football Team Did A Nintendo Switch Goal Celebration

(Source: kotaku.com)

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Chile’s national football team, reigning South American champions, played Cameroon in the Confederations Cup yesterday, and after scoring what they thought was their first goal (it was later called back for offside) celebrated with a homage to their current Mario Kart obsession. 117 more words

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