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Beware effects of online criticism on children

Beware effects of online criticism on children

The clip of the boy caught making an offensive sign during the broadcast of the National Day Parade went viral via social media (Primary student sorry after rude gesture at NDP...

Ways to promote signalling on the roads

Nowadays, many drivers do not signal when changing lanes or turning, notwithstanding that it is a traffic offence (“Road safety needs a boost”; Aug 11, online).

Will China stick to tough line on North Korea?

Of particular interest in the North Korean issue is the reaction of China, which is torn between bearing its responsibility as a rising power to ensure regional stability on the...

Don’t allow same operator to run both buses, trains

Don’t allow same operator to run both buses, trains

Singapore’s MRT network has experienced delays owing to the signalling tests, and Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said that the media had “magnified the problem unfairly” in...

Cashless future beckons, but education needed

Singapore is slowly becoming a cashless society (“LTA, TransitLink to begin cutting back on cash transactions for public transport”; Aug 11, online).

Ways to promote signalling on the roads

Nowadays, many drivers do not signal when changing lanes or turning, notwithstanding that it is a traffic offence (“Road safety needs a boost”; Aug 11, online).

Will China stick to tough line on North Korea?

Of particular interest in the North Korean issue is the reaction of China, which is torn between bearing its responsibility as a rising power to ensure regional stability on the...

Don’t allow same operator to run both buses, trains

Don’t allow same operator to run both buses, trains

Singapore’s MRT network has experienced delays owing to the signalling tests, and Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said that the media had “magnified the problem unfairly” in...

Cashless future beckons, but education needed

Singapore is slowly becoming a cashless society (“LTA, TransitLink to begin cutting back on cash transactions for public transport”; Aug 11, online).