I was disturbed by the letter “Cheap hawker food comes at a social cost” (April 13). Obviously the author must be a person of fair means.
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I refer to two insightful reports in TODAY: “S’pore education system has capacity to take more risks: Expert” and “Allow discussions, Internet use during exams, says education...
We refer to Mr Ng Chee Kheon’s letter, “Polyclinics should relax proscriptions on prescriptions” (April 8).
We refer to the report, “Two workers dead, three injured in Geylang fire” (April 4).
I refer to this week’s Talking Point, “Too much homework and tuition?” In the 1970s and 80s, the school syllabus was easy to comprehend, and many pupils passed their term...
While the argument that “S’pore should be AIIB’s regional headquarters” (April 11) has merit, it should be up to the planners and the final list of Asian Infrastructure...
I refer to the article, “Are S’poreans anti-foreigner? Not in the real world” (April 11). It is obvious from the interviews that the result is skewed or not reflective of the...
The writer of “Food court managements need to pay cleaning staff better” (April 11) seems to suggest that the solution to keeping food courts clean is to hire more cleaners and...
There is no one answer to the question “Too much homework and tuition?” (Talking Point).
I agree with the commentary, “What China’s rise means for South-east Asia and overseas Chinese” (April 9), that Singapore is “not a Chinese country” and that we have our own...