After a successful inaugural start-up in 2018, the Legion of Racers (LOR) are now in the hunt for a pack of drivers who could represent Singapore in major events like the F1 Esports Championship and the Gran Turismo Championship, if they qualify.
In a fast-paced economy like Singapore’s, attaining a degree is vital to securing employment with a reasonable income. It would seem absurd to suggest otherwise, especially in our highly competitive economy. Yet, that is what Minister Ong Ye Kung seems to have suggested.
What would Singapore look like today had we remained in the Malaysian Federation? Would we have been better or worse off? Here are 10 likely scenarios.
While the circumstances behind PTE Dave Lee’s death are still a mystery, Taiwan’s experience with its military-related deaths provides valuable lessons for Singapore.
With you, for you, for Singapore? That slogan has become nothing more than empty words
Before a single vote has been cast, Najib has already been roundly criticised of “downright cheating” and resorting to “dirty tactics”. While it remains to be seen what lengths Najib will go to secure his electoral victory, he is by no means the first politician to play dirty in an election.
TOC Editorial M Ravi was once famed for his brilliant oratorical skills and taking on cases that many shy away … More
I have no doubt that, as other countries have experienced, there will come a time in Singapore’s history when executions will not be viewed, as some put it, ‘trade-offs’ for our ‘hard stance on drugs’ and ‘drug free society’ but will be seen for what they truly are – an illogical, barbaric and ultimately ineffective form of punishment. And when that day comes, which side of history would you be on?
What would happen if every ASEAN country united today to form a United ASEAN Superstate? What would that country look like?