Let's run a thought experiment.
As a regular gym-goer, you make use of 5 weight machine; 3 are for training upper body, and 2 are for training lower body. They are arranged in an alternate pattern, and you typically work your way down the line doing your sets of workout. When you complete your set at the 5th machine, you return to the 1st and start your 2nd round.
I don't know for others, but I feel the case of Annie Ee struck a raw chord, in at least whoever cared enough to leave comments on the news that the perpetrators were finally convicted. The fact that someone could actually suffer 8 months of physical abuse without anyone else feeling the need to bring [...]
If you think millennials have it easy in today's world, try imagining having to invent the way to write the numerical "Nine" today.
The Singapore government is curbing car population growth. Is it a good or bad thing?
When life gives us train breakdowns, milk lessons out of them.
A bird was trying to get out of the building.
How would you react to an opt-out situation, created by someone unrelated to you?
Singapore's productivity woes is chronic. The "people on the ground" claimed that we are already overworked. I think it's just an excuse by the workers to stay in their comfort zone. Why are they so resistant to increasing productivity, then?
An undergrad broke her silence and spilled the beans on what she and her family think of people who worked as police, firefighters and soldiers. Basically those who worked hard to make sure idiots like her live on to discriminate them.
If anything, the accomplished HK artistes' experience serve to remind us that the current, bumpy start we face early in our careers or any ventures we set out to do is just a phase of mastering essential skills to be an expert in the field.