May 27, 2008
Simon Tay said:
The regional Indonesian assembly of Batam threatens to block the gas flow pipes from ConocoPhilips via Batam to Singapore unless Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) normalizes gas supply to the industrial island. "We and the people of Batam will block gas flow to Singapore,"
Recommended by simontay78: "If this article is real and possible...that means all Singaporean must at least prepare of a possible blackout coming soon in June 2008. If it does not happens...great....but if it did happened then I won't be able to sleep well without telling everyone about it."
March 24, 2008
Leong Sze Hian said:
Why is the HDB giving flats to private real estate companies en-bloc to rent out to foreigners and permanent residents, when there are thousands of Singaporeans on the waiting list?
Is it not the HDB’s mission to provide affordable housing to meet the housing needs of Singaporeans, especially the lower-income?
Or is it the HDB’s mission to rent out flats to foreigners and PRs to make a profit?
Recommended by at82: "This shows just how much our govt care for us."
October 10, 2007
July 15, 2007
Attended the Powwow session of Reel Revolution 2007, together with Leon, Ding An and Rachel. Among us, there were three teams. The film that Rachel and I submitted - ASEAN’s Silence (about Aung San Suu Kyi's house arrest) won 2nd prize while the one submitted by Leon and Kaili - Erasers (about visions for ASEAN) won 3rd prize...
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Support local filmmakers. :) Thank you!"
April 05, 2007
Short & Sweet 2007 Tracie Pang, KK Seet, Tan Kheng Hua, Lim Kay Tong, Samantha Scott-Blackhall, Loretta Chan
Calvin Yang said:
From the 18th to the 29th of April, avid theatregoers will get to a chance to view 40 ten-minute plays that showcases the best of Singapore's established and emerging writers, directors and actors including Tracie Pang, KK Seet, Tan Kheng Hua, Lim Kay Tong, Samantha Scott-Blackhall and Loretta Chan.
Short & Sweet 2007, now entering its sixth year, will be the biggest short play festival in the world.
Attracting over 1,400 entries from all over the globe, the theatre festival has staged over 700 plays and is watched by over 25,000 audience members.
Recommended by alvinism: "Support local theatre! :)"