NYP student does Helikopter trend on an escalator for TikTok, NYP responded

Helikopter trend TikTok

A video of a Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) student doing the Helikopter trend on TikTok has gone viral. The video which was uploaded on Tuesday (14 Dec) by TikTok user Undersalt has since garnered over 246,000 views and 400 comments, reported Zaobao. In the six-second clip which has now been removed, the TikTok user can be […]

Sengkang HDB corridor becomes warehouse, neighbour no choice but to move out

Sengkang HDB Corridor

A female resident in Sengkang has been using the corridor and lift landing area outside her HDB flat as her own “warehouse” to store her things such as cartons, mattresses, refrigerators, and cabinets in the past three years. Residents have made several complaints about this issue as they are worried about the potential safety hazards […]

Hard truths about COVID-19 & Resilience Budget

COVID-19 Resilience Budget

I know many Singaporeans are very frustrated and annoyed by the whole COVID-19 situation. Some people also still very bue song with what the Gahmen is currently doing – even though Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat already said on 26 March 2020 that the Gahmen got the Resilience Budget to help […]

Death penalty for property agent if found guilty of murder


Faced with money issues and a gambling problem, Teo Ghim Heng, 43, was charged with two counts of murder for killing his wife and daughter on 20 Jan 2017, one week before Chinese New Year. Teo racked up a “serious financial debt” of about S$70,000. He had borrowed money from colleagues over the years and […]

HSA warns against 4 products with undeclared potent ingredients


On 1 Jul, the Health Science Authority (HSA) warned the public against purchasing or using four skin creams with “undeclared potent ingredients” after an infant was hospitalized. The cream, which is unlabeled, was used on the infant to treat her diaper rash, causing her to develop Cushing’s syndrome. She developed a “moon face” and a […]

Companies to equip workers with skills as industry changes technologically


To help workers reskill, upskill and remain competitive as industries transform technologically and digitally, Singapore’s unions are working with businesses to set up Company Training Committees (CTCs), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) secretary-general Ng Chee Meng. Mr Ng made this statement on 12 Jun at the 108th session of the international labor conference in Geneva, […]