Elderly Cleaner Earning $20/Day Begs This Question: Should S’pore Adopt A Minimum Wage Law?
More than 90 per cent of the countries in the world have already adopted minimum wage, so why isn't Singapore doing the same?
Being Cheap & Fussy, I Tried Renewing My Car Insurance On This Sketchy-Looking M’sian Site
Bjak is a Malaysian site for comparing and renewing your car insurance and road tax online, and they claim to be able to get you a quote under 3 minutes.
3 Changes This New M’sian Shopping App Must Make To Truly Rival Shopee & Lazada
Vettons is Malaysia's very own and new online shopping app, offering e-commerce services for genuine products. Here's a review of its app.
Here’s Our Honest Review Of A RM98 Dipping Burger Meal Kit That Just Launched In M’sia
We review Pasadena Burger's DIY Dipping Burgers, a new online meal kit delivery service in Malaysia that involves dipping gourmet burgers in cheese sauces.
24/7 Fire Sale: How S’pore Discount Store Chain ValuDollar Makes Money Despite Low Prices
I Swear This Review Is All About Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, Not For Showing Off My Cat
We review the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite that comes with an S-pen stylus in terms of its features and quality of usage for light work and entertainment.
Observations Post-GE 2020: A Watershed Election And The Rise Of ‘Personality Politics’
What can we take away from the GE 2020 results? It is clear that Singaporean voters are trying to send a strong message to the government and the nation.
GE 2020: How 298A Of S’pore’s Penal Code Failed Raeesah Khan
What is concerning is that the immediate response to Raeesah Khan's allegations were to silence her, not debate with her.
GE 2020: How The Ivan Lim Scandal Sparked A “Trial By Internet”
It begs the question if anyone -- even someone undeserving of office -- deserves to be systematically destroyed by the public.
GE 2020: A ‘Rainbow Scorecard’ Of S’pore Politicians That Are For Or Against LGBTQ Equality
In the spirit of Pink Dot, Pride Month and GE2020, here's a list ranking each party leader on their stances regarding LGBTQ issues in Singapore.
New Movie Streaming Service Cathay CineHOME To Launch In S’pore, But Will It Survive?
Cathay is launching a new streaming service as stay-at-home orders see a spike in viewership but competition is fierce. Will Cathay CineHome succeed?
As Restaurants Struggle With Crowd Control In Phase 2, Will This Spark A Second Lockdown?
Singapore has moved into the second phase of the circuit breaker but the first day of Phase 2 saw crowds and long lines at malls and other hotspots.