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Blog Category: Current Affairs

Kong Hee – A Christian’s POV

This post is on religion which is a very subjective. Everyone interpretes religion differently. You see that in the vast numbers of religions, the vast denominations within religions (e.g. Methodist, Protestants, etc for Christians and Sunni, Aqidah,

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Google IO – Impressions

Google IO launched with some major announcements few hours ago. The last of the big three to announce their line ups and ideas for the coming year, Google updated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to

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What Singtel’s 4G and Reduced Data Caps Mean

Saw this coming but was really hoping it won't happen. Probably naive. SingTel is launching 4G services here. Excellent. We can expect a upper bound limit of 100mbps downstream and 50mbps upstream in Singapore soon.

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By Elections: Where’s the maturity and understanding?

The Hougang By Elections has thrown up the usual political smack between the two largest parties in this tiny nation. The incumbent Workers Party and its opposition PAP have begun to slug it out in

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Urgent Infrastructure Review Needed

Singapore believes in an ever expanding economy, our government bases its performance on GDP figures and the population has similarly grown to love the positive statistics about the economy. But as all economists will tell

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Illegal Prostitution: Contextual Supply & Demand

Singaporeans have busied themselves with two pieces of news this week. Our MRT has been breaking down in comical fashion coinciding with the ongoing inquiry. And 44 men got hauled up for doing the same girl who

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The Foreign Reaction

Singapore is not a Nation. We sing nationalistic songs like 'One people, One Nation, One Singapore' and never really get to understand the difference between 'nation' and 'country'. A nation is more than just the

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Tinfoil Economics – Opportunity Uganda

First up this is a purely uninformed post. Usually I go in depth to hunt down my sources and making sure what I say is accurate. But today, I'm dead out and I have one

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‘The New iPad’ – Innovation hits Saturation

The last few Apple keynotes were pretty exciting. Again, I am no Apple fan. But post Jobs, the key notes have been a tad less interesting. Even the fan boys agree. One must give Apple

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Questioning Budget 2012

This year's budget focuses on everything a first world country does. As much as Obama placed great emphasis on a social safety net, we are looking towards the same direction tip toeing between hand holding

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Yaw – A Blow to the Opposition

The opposition parties have fared rather poorly in Singapore since the PAP moved from being an opposition party to the ruling incumbent. There are a multitude of reasons for this if you would take a

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Thoughts on LKY & GCT Stepping Down from Cabinet

I realise that I have been commenting a lot on Twitter and Facebook to hardly have time to clearly write what I think exactly. I might have come across as overly anti PAP or otherwise.

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Round Up – So Bored I Blogged

[caption id="attachment_227" align="aligncenter" width="265" caption="What A Saturday Morning"][/caption] Working in the office on another Saturday morning when most my work is completed. Sleepy as hell, eyes hanging out and needing more rest but nope here

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MJ: 1958-2009

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="215" caption="MJ - A Trendsetter Since Young"][/caption] I'm not a big fan of pop but the fact that I've listened to MJ, watched his videos and seen countless imitations of his dance

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The Only Solution to N Korea is a Quick Disablement

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="295" caption="Kim Jong Il - Self Interests First"][/caption] I’m sick and tired about Kim Jong Il’s boast about nuclear weapons and his continuous provocative tests. In doing so, he leaves only one

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