A Democracy that Works

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I read with interest an opinion piece that appeared recently on the straits times entitled "Across the globe, a growing disillusionment with democracy". In it, the authors were basically saying that citizens in those so called established democracies are getting so unhappy with their institutions that they are even willing to do away with them and let the President make decisions without having to worry about Congress.
 

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A Sobering Reflection on Singapore's Progress

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I have made a series of sobering reflections after attending a dialog on challenges facing the country within the next five to ten years:
 

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A Halo for a Miracle Child: Australian Doctors Reattach Child's Head Back to Spine After it was Decapitated in Car Crash

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Medical science has come a long way, but who would have ever expect that doctors could successfully reattach a head after it was separated from its spine?! When a toddler's head snapped off from his spine, one would expectedly presume him dead, but the little boy was still alive and doctors rushed to save him. And unlike all the king's horses, and all the king's men, the doctors actually managed to put baby Jaxon back together again.
 

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Co-creating & Cooperation in a Spirit of Unity

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The elections are over and on 1 October, a new Government and Cabinet have been sworn in.
 

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Tips for Dealing with the Haze

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The haze has returned with a vengeance with PSI readings easily venturing into the hazardous range. Here's some simple steps for you to take to stay healthy during this extremely trying period.
 

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