Beyond looking at the candidates and learning what they stand for and how sincere they are, perhaps what is more critical is actually what the party stands for.
From East Coast plans to debate no-shows, let us review some of the greatest hits in GE2020 gaffes and communication missteps, thus far, and figure out what these politicians and parties did to turn things around.
New political candidates Choo Shaun Ming (left), Ivan Lim (top right), and Nicole Seah (bottom right), and all the Singapore leaders who are stepping down.
A round up of the latest on the Singapore GE2020, from key battlegrounds and faces to watch (Photo by Swapnil Bapat on Unsplash)
Mankind has long had a fascination with exploring unknown worlds, from the deepest reaches of the ocean to the farthest heights of the intergalactic. But what exactly are the benefits of orchestrating expeditions beyond our planet earth? And how exactly can our small island of Singapore punch above our weight in the race to explore the stars?
The New Silk Road: Road to Russia takes viewers on a journey across 4 countries – China, Mongolia, Uzbekistan & Russia – to explore how China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has changed the country, for better or worse.
The Obama-backed documentary “American Factory” dropped on Netflix on 21 August (Wednesday), and in the context of the escalating trade war between the US and China, it is a must-watch.
PM Lee announced plans for major redevelopment in view of PSA City Terminal and Pasir Panjang Terminal moving to Tuas by 2040. ‘Punggol by the Bay’ as he coined it.