Workers’ Party politician Low Thia Khiang was spotted performing a Dragon Dance at a recent Chinese New Year event organised by the Wei Yong Athletic Association – a local troupe that provides various traditional Chinese performances.
Workers' Party politician Low Thia Khiang was spotted performing a Dragon Dance at a recent Chinese New Year event organised by the Wei Yong Athletic
Singapore sees ‘several important lessons’ from Tan Tock Seng Hospital COVID-19 cluster
SINGAPORE: Singapore has learnt 'several important lessons' from the COVID-19 cluster at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), among them - that the ...
NTUC calls for higher wage payouts for younger low-income workersThe labour movement wants the Government to raise the income supplements for younger low-wage workers to reduce income inequality. Payouts from the Workfare Income Supplement (WIS) scheme, which tops up the incomes of those aged 35 and older and earning up to $2,000 a...
Sardinian shepherds pour milk on roads to protest low pricesROME (AP) — Shepherds have been pouring milk on highways and town streets on the Italian island of Sardinia to protest prices paid by cheesemakers for their milk.
Why Walmart farms out same-day grocery deliveries to low-cost freelance driversJeff Leonard slides behind the wheel of his burgundy Hyundai Accord and heads to a nearby Walmart Inc store, where he picks up the package of ...
Singapore dollar falls to near 6-month low against Malaysian ringgitSINGAPORE: The Singapore dollar fell to a near six-month low against the Malaysian ringgit on Thursday (Feb 14), as the Malaysian currency ... saladinMY SYABAS! guanenglim chedetofficial BNM_official vyshakmv wtf
Europe: Shares recover from 1-week low as trade talks resume[MILAN] Gain in heavyweight mining and banking stocks helped European shares recover from one-week lows on Monday as investors turned their focus to the start of a new round of trade talks between Beijing and Washington. Read more at The Business Times.
NTUC calls for higher wage supplements for younger low-wage workersOne reason to raise the level of support for younger workers is that they are more likely to have young dependants, NTUC assistant secretary-general Zainal Sapari wrote in a blog post ahead of this year's Budget.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Why need to call? You Blood NTUC ownself increase your staff pay lah
Raise earnings of low-wage workers to fight high cost of living – SG economistsWhile the general prices of goods and services rise at a docile tempo, many Singaporeans are still feeling the squeeze due to prickly increases in three major areas – healthcare, food, and education.
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Filipino teachers: the answer to China’s learning of English at a low costFilipino teachers have become the answer for some Chinese to learn English at a low cost, as the sprout of online English centers has connected both nationalities.
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