In the age of messy social media, where everyone is pointing fingers at everyone else, it’s often hard to identify the real victims of marginalization and discrimination. Anyone can claim that they are being marginalized or silenced, so it’s good to take a step back to see if all forms of social rejection and criticism are the same as marginalization.
The death toll in Singapore is significantly lower than Wuhan at only 27 while 15 who tested positive have died of other causes.
In the context of capitalist society, exploitation is the extraction of free labour from the worker. In other words, workers are not compensated what they deserve.
Now that GE2020 is over, we can say a few other things that have been lying under the surface that needs to be addressed.
In every relationship, setting boundaries is important. Here are five of our red lines that the PAP has crossed.
There is growing evidence linking exposure to dirty air to increased covid-19 death rates.
The Straits Times was previously embroiled in public controversy over an article infographic that presented the summary of an opinion poll of what jobs were the most “non-essential”.
In the statement, the SPP expressed deep concern and urged the Government to “tread with utmost caution and regard for the privacy of Singaporeans”.
It is not known whether such a contact tracing device if rolled out, will be compulsory. However, many Singaporeans have voiced their concerns about the possible invasion of privacy.
Critical Spectator’s comments mysteriously disappeared, leading him to question if Calvin Cheng had banned him from his page under some “CCP-style censorship”.
The truth is, social media is not the most accurate benchmark for social comparison; far from it.
Brooklyn 11239, however, is home to the low and medium income housing complex Spring Creek (formerly Starrett City).
A circuit breaker is an automatically operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by excess current from an overload or short circuit.
In the video, Nas argued that COVID-19 is not the fault of China. Instead, the pandemic was released by viruses contained in animals.
Singapore also ranks 10th in the world for COVID-19 cases per million residents.
Nas noted that while the virus will disappear in a year or two, its effects on several aspects of life will remain for decades to come.
Over 1,500 people responded to the poll. By an overwhelming majority, 97 per cent of respondents selected “YES” and only 3 per cent “NO”.
The headline suggested that people can get COVID-19 even if they stay home.
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This index is derived from an assessment of four key performance indicators: national political leadership, corporate leadership, community, and media.
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Stop being a vigilante, start being a truly civic minded person, by helping others, especially those in need.
As part of his settlement for the defamation, Mr Teo would need to leave his apology on his Facebook page for a year, and also undertake not to repeat the allegations again.
In-person lectures and tutorials have been replaced with online college programs that often cost less and many researchers, students and professors believe are less effective and less valuable.
In his absence from work, the other Aljunied MPs will cover his constituency duties, assisted by former Non-Constituency MP Gerald Giam.
Singapore also has the 4th highest no. of active cases in Asia and the 2nd highest no. of cases per million people.
A Section-by-section review of Critical Spectator’s Moral and Intellectual Bankruptcy.
This is also the fourth consecutive day that Singapore has reported over 1,000 new cases in a day.
For Singaporeans who can’t bear 6 weeks of no bubble tea, the good news is that you can make bubble tea at home easily!
The goal of the extended circuit breaker is to bring the number of new cases in the community down to the single digits or even zero as seen in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Reporters Without Borders cited POFMA as the main reason for Singapore’s drastic decline in press freedom.
Singapore now has the third highest density of coronavirus cases in Asia when measured by number of cases per 1 million.
Regardless of the nationality of the patient, a large uptick in the number of patients will put a serious strain on our medical resources.
This article originally appeared on The Online Citizen and has been republished here with permission.
We were content with living in our privileged bubbles, far-removed from the plight of migrant workers. Now the hour of reckoning has arrived in the form of super clusters of coronavirus cases.
Throughout the months-long SARS epidemic in Singapore, a total of 238 cases were reported, with 33 fatalities.
The WHO has been widely criticized for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic
These measures will be in place for a month.
Over 2,300 people responded to the poll. By an overwhelming majority, 84% of respondents selected “YES” and 16% “NO”.
7,859 voters (67.55%) were not in favor to holding the election amid the coronavirus pandemic as it would be difficult to hold rallies due to the current restrictions.
Senior Minister Teo Chee Hean said that while it is not “impossible” to hold an election amid the COVID-19 pandemic, no decision has been made on the timing of the next General Election
Officially, over 2,500 people have died from coronavirus in Wuhan, out of a total of 50,000 infections. Residents and several health experts believe that the real number may be many times more.
Despite serious reservations by Singaporeans and the mounting measures being implemented to curb the spread of coronavirus, the government has not ruled out holding an election in the midst of the pandemic.
Because of guidelines that alcohol-based sanitizers can be used as a hygienic measure against the virus, some have wrongly concluded that drinking high-proof alcohol could kill the disease.
Initial claims for unemployment benefits rose 3 million to a seasonally-adjusted 3.28 million in the week ending Mar 21, dwarfing the previous record of 695,000 set in 1982
Prince Charles, 71, is displaying mild symptoms “but otherwise remains in good health”, a spokesman from Clarence House said
At the end Wednesday’s trading (March 18), the DJIA was down 1,338 points to close at 19,898.92, or just 0.8% higher than the day Trump was sworn in as president.
The last Allied military troops crossed the Johore Straits and withdrew to Singapore via the Causeway on January 31 1942, after losing the Malayan mainland to the Japanese.
This upcoming General Elections will be the final opportunity for the SPP to make some headway in its electoral performance.