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‘Poverty simulation’ class at SICC a worthwhile exercise

The negative online reaction to the upcoming poverty simulation workshop at the Singapore Island Country Club (SICC) is perplexing (“SICC offers ‘poverty simulation’ class for...

When nurturing empathy can build pity

I applaud the intentions and efforts of both the Singapore Island Country Club and Methodist Welfare Services in taking a step towards building a stronger social consciousness (...

Diligent Mother Tongue students merit the advantage

I write in response to “2-point concession to Higher Mother Tongue students unfair” (Feb 2) and “Review Mother Tongue advantage in streaming and school allocation” (Feb 3).

NParks takes soil research seriously

We thank Mr Brian Thian Wen Yao for his letter “Singapore’s green environment: Don’t forget quality of the soil, too” (Jan 22) and Mr Mark Seto for his response letter “Cut...

When nurturing empathy can build pity

I applaud the intentions and efforts of both the Singapore Island Country Club and Methodist Welfare Services in taking a step towards building a stronger social consciousness (...

NParks takes soil research seriously

We thank Mr Brian Thian Wen Yao for his letter “Singapore’s green environment: Don’t forget quality of the soil, too” (Jan 22) and Mr Mark Seto for his response letter “Cut...

Diligent Mother Tongue students merit the advantage

I write in response to “2-point concession to Higher Mother Tongue students unfair” (Feb 2) and “Review Mother Tongue advantage in streaming and school allocation” (Feb 3).