Are Singaporeans afraid to vote for an opposition party? Are we afraid of change or just being complacent? Singaporeans voted for PAP ‘cos of fear, afraid that they will be penalized and be left out of all the benefits that pro-PAP voters get. Those who hold opposing views are afraid of the harassment, imprisonment and lawsuits that befalls them should they stand out of line. Can we put an end to this one party rule which benefits the rich and imposes more hardship on the less privileged, the older generation and the lower income population?
I’m doing a recipe on a different culture, besides mine. But I don’t really find anything very appetizing so I want something similar to the United States food.
My family and I planned to have our vacation in Singapore or Hongkong for three days. The thing is, we still don’t have the idea how much it will cost assuming that you’re five in the family. We still need to find a cheap but nice hotel to stay in considering the fact that we’ll be many. Second the plane ticket from Philippines to Singapore or HK. Food and other expenses will be in the list too. Which is cheaper? Having a vacation in Singapore or Hongkong?
Yup, as the title says. Anyone knows of any korean shops in Singapore selling food items like kimchi, seaweed and the likes?
What are some actions Singaporeans acquired to address the issue? Please reply, thank you!
Desserts too!! ince kachang etc? My dad who migated there 3 years ago would love to eat singapore food in chennai? any available?
Frog Porridge is Singapore food !