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Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling say LKY would ‘shrink’ hero worship at exhibition commemorating his 100th birthday

Photo: Dr. Lee Wei Lin and Mr. Lee Shenyang

SINGAPORE — Lee Shenyang was quick to point out her sister’s comment that her father, Lee Kuan Yew, would have grown weary of hero worship just one year after his death.

Young Lee’s comments were in response to an article shared by former ST editor Bertha Henson. Ms. Henson shared an article titled “Commemorative Coins, Exhibition Amid Initiative to Celebrate 100th Birthday of Lee Kuan Yew.” In her post, Ms. Henson wrote:

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The Tin Pei Ling debacle and moral issues

Photo: FB Screengrab/Tin Pei Ling

The PAP statement about the Tin Pei Ling debacle has a terrible sentence. “…the party did not object…” the party said of its initial position when MPs informed the party of their plans to join Grab. PAP glossed over conflicts of interest until interested citizens continued to emphasize the moral implications of her role in public affairs and policy matters.

This technology and ride-hailing company is no ordinary company. Governments have to be dealt with on many fronts: technology, rider welfare, safety, public perception. There are deep political implications, such as whether she will be used to lobby the government for Grab’s benefit, or whether she will use information gained as a ruling party lawmaker to leak information to her own management.

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An SG man says he feels like a failure in Singapore.He can’t BTO with a non-Singaporean partner, he doesn’t feel like he belongs here

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SINGAPORE — A Singaporean man took to social media to talk about how he feels he doesn’t belong here and had to move abroad for various reasons.

In an anonymous post on the popular confession page SGWhispers, the man wrote that he was grateful for the opportunity given here. But my mind can’t help but remember all the negative things. ”

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A night owl CEO thrives on success despite rejecting the “wake up at 5 a.m.” club.

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Not all CEOs are familiar with everyday life. These days, there’s a new type of boss who doesn’t bother to get up early, called a night owl. He doesn’t start his day until 10am and some still have success.

There are those who get up early and are ready to jump out of bed and conquer the world, and those who get out of bed rather reluctantly and only feel alive when the sun goes down.

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Can a maid without 8 years of formal education still be employed in Singapore?

A housekeeper waits inside a domestic worker’s office at a commercial complex in Kuwait City on July 14, 2016.

SINGAPORE — An employer asked on social media if it would be possible to obtain a work permit for a maid with less than eight years of formal education.

In a post on Singapore’s Facebook group FDW (Working Conditions Forum), an employer asked: If you had seven years of education, would anyone ever successfully get a work permit?”

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