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Four Things Tourists Should Avoid Doing in Singapore

  The world is a mystery. There are many things that happen around us – whether seen or unseen. Many Singaporeans believe that a supernatural realm exists. With this, superstitions were born. Here in Singapore, superstitions or taboos are called “pantang”. Many people believe that breaking pantang will mean dealing with the wrath of the […]

The Life of Ariel Sharon

The death of the former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is a great loss to Israel. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong expressed his condolences to the people of Israel after hearing the sad news. Prime Minister Lee said that the Mr Sharon was a respected and esteemed leader. The ties between Singapore and Israel are […]

Stricter Measures for Disruption of Rail Services

LTA (Land Transport Authority) is committed to make the lives of every commuter safe, comfortable and convenient. In fact, the Committee of Inquiry recommended LTA to increase its oversight of train operators especially when it comes to handling incidents and maintenance. LTA is now looking for ways to strengthen the penalty framework. The revision of […]

How to Survive a Typhoon

Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines last November 9. The typhoon was so strong that in a matter of hours, there were many places devastated and lives taken. The typhoon’s next target will be Vietnam. There are many Singaporeans who have friends and family members in the Philippines. Despite the extent of the damage, the Philippines […]

Controlling Your Diabetes

The MOH (Ministry of Health) arranged a diabetes project that seeks to help patients and their caregivers manage and control diabetes. The good news is that the project drastically improved the status of the patient’s kidneys. The project is called NEMO (Nephrology Evaluation, Management and Optimisation). To date, there are 9 polyclinics here in Singapore […]

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