Blinking Brink

May 2, 2011

Slap the driver!

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Slap the driver

Further readings:

  1. To build a home: from Hougang to Aljunied,
  2. GE: Co-driver there to slap driver,

Video link:

April 16, 2011

GE2011 – Many Davids & Goliath

GE2011-Many Davids & Goliath

Further readings:

  1. Parliament has been dissolved,

April 3, 2011

GRC – Group Representation Constituency

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Further readings:

  1. Tin Pei Ling and the Real Reason Why Singaporeans Are Annoyed, Mr Wang Says So
  2. Its not just about Tin Pei Ling herself, but about the flaws in our political system,
  3. Thinking aloud – the Tin Pei Ling issue,
  4. PAP’s Dr Janil Puthucheary: I saved kids’ lives,

May 2, 2009

AWARE saga: Not just a women affair

AWARE saga

Further readings:

  1. More than a thousand turn up for Aware EOGM,
  2. Feminism is important for men too, Bryan Choong (
  3. Tide of public opinion turns against AWARE new exco,
  4. Identity mobilisation – a threat to society,

February 27, 2009

Catch me if you can – First Anniversary

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Catch me if you can - First Anniversary

Further readings:

  1. No credible information of whereabouts of Mas Selamat Kastari,
  2. The great hunt: One year on,

November 23, 2008

$16 Millions go down the drain

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$16 Millions go down the drain

Further readings:

  1. Weekly Roundup: Week 47, The Singapore Daily
  2. Town Council Revelation – let’s stop throwing good money after bad, Simply Gab
  3. PAP Town Councils – What A Fiasco, Mr Wang Says So
  4. You Give Your Money To Your Town Council So That It Can Play The Stock Market, Mr Wang Says So
  5. TOC Editorial: Our money, our right to know, The Online Citizen
  6. 12 million dollars is not mine after all, My Sketchbook

October 1, 2008

Salute to Mr JBJ. Goodbye, Sir!

Salute to Mr JBJ. Goodbye, Sir!

This is the first time I draw with tears in my eyes. Mr JBJ, you will be remembered, always!

For some reasons, recently I’ve been thinking that, if I’m going to see Mr JBJ selling his books on the street again, I’ll stop and purchase one from him. I think this idea came after knowing that he’s been discharged of bankruptcy, and formed the Reform Party.

Over the years, I began to see the virtue of this great fighter. If there is anyone who can be a role model for fighting spirit and resilience, there could be none other than Mr JBJ. From PAP’s perspective, he is someone who 屡战屡败(keep fighting but keep failing),but he is in fact 屡败屡战 (keep failing but keep on fighting)。

I was one of the many passers-by, who will always quicken our pace when crossing the road near CentrePoint, pretending that we wanted to beat the traffic light, pretending that we didn’t see him at all, despite the fact that all of us knew he was looking at us with his sharp eyes. Unlike IrCTP, I’ve never bought a book from him. Unlike DPYadav, I’ve never shaked his hands, let alone interviewed him.

I’m sure many people will miss Mr JBJ, simply because he’s made a very successful attempt to make his presence felt to many many people. One day, we will realize how much he had done to this country. His success will come from his many failures.

Further readings

  1. Daily SG: 30 Sep 2008, Singapore Daily
  2. Bloggers’ tribute to JB Jeyaretnam, The Online Citizen
  3. In Memory of J B Jeyaretnam, Facebook

September 14, 2008

A birthday question, every year

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Why haven't you retired?

Futher readings:

  1. MM: System has to evolve,
  2. MM Lee receives successful treatment for abnormal heart rhythm at SGH, Yahoo Singapore News

July 6, 2008

Some advices from Catherine Lim

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Think through, speak out, stand up, and try not to be too afraid.

The above quotes are extracted from Catherine Lim’s recent video. Thank you (Catherine) for another interesting and encouraging talk.

If you spot any mistakes in the text/grammars, please feel free to leave your comments. Thanks!!

— apparently, I just realised there are quite a few mistakes after reading this excerpt online on Catherine Lim’s site, probably due to old age (can’t hear properly) and lousy ang-mo (not good in English). They are corrected now, my apology.

June 29, 2008

Becoming a psychopath

Becoming a psychopath

Further readings:

  1. Democracy in Singapore, The Wall Street Journal
  2. Power and Tenacity Collide in a Singapore Courtroom, The New York Times (Need registration)
  3. Lee Vs Chee, The Singapore Daily
  4. Crossing the line into vulgarity, The Online Citizen
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