I was pleased to read the letter “Not wise for Singapore to close doors to foreign talent” (Nov 4).
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My daughter, who is not a smoker, was watching the news this week when she exclaimed: “Come on, let them do what they want; it was never illegal,” referring to the ban on shisha.
Just as the police use crime alert signs at locations where crimes have occurred, the management of Sim Lim Square could place similar signs at the common area in front of...
It is disappointing that our present laws give little protection against shopkeepers who blatantly rip off customers, especially tourists.
I read the reports this week about the Sim Lim Square cases with disgust and dismay that such things could happen in a civilised society claiming to be a First World country.
In his letter “Constitution should be based on idea of civil association, not consensus” (Nov 6), the writer advocated a Constitution based on the principle of free and equal...
The letter “Constitution should be based on idea of civil association, not consensus” (Nov 6) is misconceived.
We refer to Mr Danny Chua’s letter, “Rocky road to long-term pass for foreign spouse” (Oct 27, online).
I agree with Dr Jeremy Lim’s views in his commentary “In venturing abroad, S’pore students should not look too far” (Oct 30), that young people are aiming too far when it comes...
I refer to the report “Sim Lim Square store’s practices draw furious response from the public” (Nov 6), about netizens exposing the personal data of a mobile shop owner.