Thursday, November 09, 2006
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
All One Big Famileeeeee......
Monday, October 30, 2006
"They are polemics dressed up as analysis, blaming the Government for all that he is unhappy with. He offers no alternatives or solutions."
"I think if you cut through the insensitivity of the language, her basic point is reasonable, that is, that a well-educated university graduate who works for a multinational company should not be bemoaning about the Government and get on with the challenges in life." Link
Monday, October 02, 2006
'Old people, the disabled, the wheelchair-bound. I saw many of them in Hougang... I feel we should help them. This is not politics. Whether Eric Low wins or Low Thia Khiang wins, we are going to help the old people in Hougang. They deserve our help. They struggled with Mr Lee Kuan Yew, they struggled with me. Today, they're in their 70s. Without them, we won't have today's Singapore for the young, Internet-savvy Singaporeans. So we never forget them. We will help them regardless of the outcome.'
After the elections
"No $100m Upgrading For Hougang"
Friday, September 29, 2006
"Singapore has managed this relentless flood of information not by blocking the flow but by stating its point of view in competition...We defend our position in open argument and let our case stand on its own merits."
"Govt revokes permit for circulation, sale of Feer"
"THE Far Eastern Economic Review's (Feer) permit to be sold and circulated here was revoked yesterday (Sept 29, 2006) after it failed to comply with the requirements for foreign newspapers in Singapore."
Straits Times, 30 sept 2006