Minister Chan Chun Sing: I have a 100-year plan

Speaking to his constituents from Tanjong Pagar GRC, Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing yesterday (Aug 11) paid lips service to Malaysia offering empty praises...

Government complain lack of ICT degree holders after capping uni admission

After acknowledging that university admission would be capped at 30%, the Singapore government today (May 22) complained about the lack of Information Communications Technology...

iProperty survey: More Singaporeans felt annual income is insufficient

According to the latest H2 property report by iProperty, 45% of the survey respondents this year felt that their annual income is insufficient -...

Singapore is indeed the sick man of Asia

This article is written in response to Ministry of Foreign Affairs' ambassador-at-large Professor Tommy Koh, you may read his original post on state media...

Property lobbyists call for Singapore Government to remove additional property taxes

Property developers and real estate firms are lobbying for the Singapore government to remove the Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty and Total Debt Servicing Ratio,...

Manulife: Cost of living is top contributor to debt

According to the latest investor sentiment survey conducted by insurance company Manulife, 69% of the Singapore investors regret not planning their investments better. 27%...

Bloomberg: Singapore banks in trouble

According to a Bloomberg article published today, Singapore banks are now in trouble as bad debt from the construction sector piles up. Based on...

DPM Tharman: Market forces will mean Singaporeans have a lower standard of living

In his speech at the Singapore Enterprise Star Award dinner, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Tharman Shamugaratnam said that the Singapore market can...

EIU: Singapore one of the worst in Education investment, fewest Science graduates

According to the latest international education 2030 forecast conducted by the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU), Singapore ranks 24th out of 25 countries in terms of...

Chan Chun Sing: Be “open minded”, changing job is the norm

Due to the government's inability to ensure job security, Minister of State Chan Chun Sing called for Singaporeans to be "open minded" and that...

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I was born in a society where I often hear "ignorance is bliss". In Singapore, I hear the same phrase from the teachers when...