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Presidential Election

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Should President Tony Tan Consider Taking Chinese Lessons?

Unfortunately, President Tan’s considerably poor fluency in the Chinese language might render communication with Chinese-educated Singaporeans challenging, and inhibit him from executing these aforementioned ceremonial duties effectively. Continue reading

Post-Mortem: The Significance Of The Presidential Elections

The 2011 Elections have specifically: i) increased the population’s comprehension of the President’s duties, and allowed them to become more cognisant of the office and its constraints; ii) heightened discourse on pertinent political and socio-economic issues on the Internet and in traditional media; and iii) enhanced the public stature of the Presidential candidates, empowering them with more influence and prominence for future dialogue. Continue reading

Appreciating Mr. Tan Jee Say’s Tenacity: Advancing Active Citizenry

While some opponents might dismiss his style of disagreement as being a tad confrontational, it would be hard to overlook his positive enthusiasm over important political and socio-economic issues, or to identify with his tenacity to highlight inconvenient subjects which have to be adequately addressed. Continue reading

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