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  • Survey: 90% of young Singaporeans are worried about their future finances

K BOX: WE ARE TAKING THE THEFT OF OUR CUSTOMER DATA “VERY SERIOUSLY”

THEREALSINGAPORE 17 September 2014 - 7:20am

K Box has finally responded to queries about the leaked personal data of over 317,000 of their customers yesterday. The Chief Operating Officer, Priscilla Ng, explained that K Box is taking it “very seriously”. Several police reports have already been made by member of the public and the Personal Data Protection Commission, is also looking into the matter saying that the scale of the leak is “concerning”. 


20 THINGS I LEARNT FROM UNIVERSITY IN SINGAPORE

THEREALSINGAPORE 17 September 2014 - 7:09am

University life is when we transform from being an adolescent to an adult. We learn not just about E=mc2 anymore, but about life. It is also when we come face to face with quarter life crisis(it is never too early) and grow as a result. Find out what are our top 20 learning’s cruising through a world class university in Singapore..


KHAW BOON WAN THINKS CARS WILL GO OUT OF FASHION IN SINGAPORE SOON

THEREALSINGAPORE 17 September 2014 - 6:34am

When cars go out of fashion, what happens to car parks?' It seems hard to imagine at the moment, but a day may (soon) come when cars go out of fashion in Singapore. It is already happening in some European cities. Youngsters no longer see a need to take driving lessons, let alone buying a car. 


5 DANGEROUS RETIREMENT MYTHS THAT SINGAPOREANS BELIEVE

THEREALSINGAPORE 17 September 2014 - 6:31am

With the current cost of living, a fair number of Singaporeans can expect to be happily retired. Maybe by the age of, say, 162. Now there’s any number of external causes you can blame for that: inflation, growing household debt, inadequate pension plan, etc. But some of the causes are self-inflicted…like these myths we keep believing...


ANG MO LIVING IN SINGAPORE: IT IS SHOCKING HOW XENOPHOBIC SINGAPOREANS HAVE BECOME

THEREALSINGAPORE 16 September 2014 - 10:41pm

Dear TRS, Is this really 'The Real Singapore'? Singaporeans weren't like this when we first arrived here, years ago. We were welcomed and we tried our hardest to integrate well. We are not on an assignment package - we work here on local terms, we pay our taxes and we are decent, hard-working people who obey the law and try to treat all people with kindness. 


WIKILEAKS IDENTIFIES SG GOVT AS A CUSTOMER OF SURVEILANCE MALWARE FIRM FINFISHER

THEREALSINGAPORE 16 September 2014 - 9:57pm

WikiLeaks has released more information on controversial commercial surveillance tools, criticising the German government for not blocking a “weaponised malware” developer from shipping its code to countries with regimes with poor human rights records.


THAI PM SAYS THAILAND NOT ALWAYS SAFE FOR TOURISTS AFTER MURDER OF BRITONS

THEREALSINGAPORE 16 September 2014 - 9:53pm

Thailand's prime minister said on Tuesday the country was not always as safe for foreign visitors as their homelands, after the murder of two British tourists dealt a blow to the southeast Asian nation's image. The tourist industry accounts for 10 percent of Thailand's economy and it has yet to recover from a slump in visitors during months of sometimes bloody protests on the streets of Bangkok that preceded a military coup in May. 


YANG YIN SAGA: WILL PAP ACT IN THE INTEREST OF SINGAPOREANS?

THEREALSINGAPORE 16 September 2014 - 9:48pm

The Yang Yin saga will serve as an acid test of the government’s social conscience and sense of justice. In a court action, Mdm Chung Khin Chun’s niece, Ms Hedy Mok, is alleging that Yang Yin, a Singapore PR from China, has manipulated her aunt, an 87-year-old dementia-afflicted widow, to give him control over Mdm Chung’s $40 million assets under “Lasting Power of Attorney”. 


‘THE ART OF COMPROMISE’ – KISHORE COMPROMISES HIMSELF

THEREALSINGAPORE 16 September 2014 - 9:42pm

It has been awhile since anyone responded to Kishore Muhbubani’s ‘BIG IDEA’ series in the Straits Times. As I don’t read the ST anymore, I have almost forgotten his existence. For the record, I do keep current with TODAY and ChannelNewsAsia online. Why pay to prosper the propagandists, right?


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