I’m a 40-year old Singaporean male, and this blog pens down my thoughts and feelings about Singapore’s political happenings and government policies.

I hope this blog will provide a moderate voice in the growing online debate about the state of Singapore’s society. Some of the posts here won’t be solely written by me, since there will be times when other writers are more eloquent at expressing their views, in which case I’ll share their insights (along with my comments).

The content on this blog is owned by me.If you wish to share or reproduce the content, pls attribute it to this blog.


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  3. Weiying says:

    Dear Sir,

    Good afternoon. I hope this email finds you well.

    The reason for my email is to warmly invite you as an esteemed guest to a YearEnd Programme with MediaCorp. We are acting on behalf of MediaCorp and its team to propose and manage guests who are relevant and could contribute to a special current affairs programme forum.

    MediaCorp will be producing a current affairs programme special that will see 25 prominent and successful individuals from all walks of life and different fields to discuss i)how major world events have made waves in Singapore and ii) how local events this year have affected Singaporeans during two recording segments.

    We hope you are able to join us for this special programme and I would love to discuss further with you should you be keen to be part of the special entourage of guests for the programme above.

    May I know how do you contact you so we are able to provide you with more details.

    Thank you.

    Best Regards,
    CYAN Communications

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  6. runbin says:

    Hi, I’m writing from Weekender, Singapore’s largest circulation lifestyle weekly publication. We like your views and would like to reproduce some articles? How may I contact you?

  7. Hi, we are interested to reproduce some of your materials. How can we contact you? Thanks.

  8. adam says:

    Nice blog!

  9. Danny Ngiam says:

    Hi bro, please keep up the good effort on this wonderful blog.. jia you!

  10. Dear Sir,

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