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Community touchpoints vital to S’pore history, too

As we embark on a year of introspection on the Singaporean identity as part of SG50 celebrations, perhaps we can do more to maintain community landmarks that are rich in history...

No sweeping of the Oscars

I refer to the article, “And the best film goes to ...” (Feb 16). With the awards season almost up, culminating in the Academy Awards on Monday, the question again is: So what?

Stronger security needed in educational institutes

I refer to the report, “Terror threats real and evolving: Lawrence Wong” (Feb 8, online) and could not agree more. Recent terror events round the globe prove this.

Let’s consider the effects of Fifty Shades

I read the letter, “The realities behind the Fifty Shades” (Feb 13, online), with interest. I am less than thrilled with the film being screened in our cinemas, even though...

Seek views on Thaipusam as a public holiday

I thank the Manpower Ministry for its letter, “Impractical to make all key festivals public holidays” (Feb 14), which explained its stance on whether Thaipusam should be a...

More public holidays may be better

I refer to the Manpower Ministry’s letter, “Impractical to make all key festivals public holidays” (Feb 14). Perhaps, the consideration is how it could be hard for Singapore to...

Research and academic careers being fixed too early

I read with concern about the new Ministry of Education-Autonomous University Scholarship, which is to be offered at the undergraduate level. (“More support for students keen on...