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  Android or Iphone
Posted by: ampark21 - 19th February 2016, 10:53 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

Given a choice, which phone would you buy for your next phone?
Iphone or Android phone, and why?

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  Ghost caught on camera during shoot
Posted by: DoubleBubby - 22nd October 2015, 09:56 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hq431J7v6hs&feature=youtu.be

Ok, my colleague and I have discussed it and possibly we will be in trouble if posting this clip. But we work part time at this place, so die die lah. But something is really strange and spooky about this clip.... any comment?

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  Need 200 Singaporean/PR for Cash Survey
Posted by: cashsurvey135 - 28th September 2015, 01:15 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - Replies (1)

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Hi Hi Everyone, i am very new in this forum.

I am looking for 200 people for each project in each month Oct, Nov,Dec
Blush Blush Blush  That means i need 1200 people....
If you have friends interested, get them to email me.....
As long as you fit the criteria.... COME 

1. Mystery Shopper , Cash Payout $120 per assignment (Age 30 - 60)
2. Survey on Cards,Cash payout $40 (Age 25 - 59)

Please find criteria for each survey attached below, all survey to be conducted in our office.
If you're eligible for both survey, let me know. Will sign u up for both.
Sorry only Singaporean & PR only.

Email/PM me and i will send you more details and how to join, no registration fee, will need to do a short screening before i send your details in to the surveyors!

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Mystery Shopping for Banking Products. (Age 30 - 60)
Criteria
1. Cannot be working in a bank or insurance company
2. Must be a Singaporean or Singapore PR
3. Ladies must not be pregnant
4. Cannot own a UOB Privilege Banking Account (only applicable to UOB customer)
5. Cannot have any loan/ outstanding credit card billing with UOB bank (only applicable to UOB customer)
6. Have not done any Wealth Planning or risk profiling with UOB in the past 12 month as UOB will keep their record for 12 months (only applicable to UOB customer)
7. Willing to act and pretend to buy bank products/ services all mystery shoppers have to be aged 30 – 60.
The rationale behind is that, these people have to be “matured” enough to “buy” the investment products from the banks.



Survey on Card

I am looking for 200 people to do a 30 mins face to face survey

Reimbursement: $40 cash

Criteria - Singaporean and PR Only, HDB 4 room and above

- Male and Female

- Monthly income of at least $2.5K and above

-Age 25 to 59

- ONLY Residential address of HDB 4/5/EC ,Condo & Landed property address (please indicate estate eg. Tiong bahru,Jurong West,Boon Lay, Hougang)

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  Common people deserves better treatment
Posted by: Goldenvoice03 - 28th May 2015, 11:54 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

Dear PM Lee,
I have written several times to you in the past concerning the HDB's unwillingness to explain their "unreasonably low' HDB loan amount for the purchase of my new 5-room flat in Fernvale, Sengkang.
S’pore is built on a fair, just and equal system. Then, where is the fairness when the HDB grant for our housing loan is far below the expected maximum loan amount for which we are entitled to? Even if the HDB were to grant us that low an amount of a loan, shouldn’t they at least give us a logical explanation, i.e the tenure of our loan and the expected monthly loan installment we would have to repay?
Where is the justice when the HDB demanded that we pay the housing levy of $40,000 for the sale of our previous 4-room flat? With regards to that, we approached the MP, Dr Lam Pin Min, for assistance in requesting for the levy to be incorporated into the housing loan amount. Apparently, the HDB never agreed to do so. Plus, when the HDB demanded that we pay the 50% of the cash levy from the sale of our previous 4-room flat, I approached the MP again to get the HDB to waive that. For the record, we even submitted the documents requested for by the HDB. That too, was met with resistance. All in all, I met the MP for at least 4-5 times, but those meeting seemed to yield no result at all. Which led me to write to you requesting for your kind assistance. Apparently, that too was very dismal and now my family of five has got no choice but to give up our long awaited 5-room flat, which is just next to my daughter's school, and succumb to the HDB's high-handed tactics of settling for a much smaller 3-room flat much further away.
Where is the equality when the HDB seemed bent on ‘coercing’ us to accept their so-called offer of a much smaller 3-room flat that is further away from our children’s school? Given the circumstances surrounding my case, isn't it fair that I be given a reasonably logical explanation of the "unusually low' HDB loan amount?
Dear PM Lee, I still believe that there still exist in Singapore a fair, just and equal system for all true, loyal and common citizens of Singapore. May It begin from the very heart of the civil servants who are here to serve the common people.

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  Learn the art of a pick up artist in Singapore
Posted by: mrwonderful123 - 20th March 2015, 03:21 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - Replies (1)

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  Student from Germany needs your help!!
Posted by: jonnysay - 3rd January 2015, 06:58 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

Dear Singaporeans,

I’m a undergrad student from Freiburg University in Germany and I came to Singapore to conduct research for my graduation thesis about city greenery and sustainability in Singapore. To learn more about the opinions of Singaporeans towards these topics I’m conducting a short online survey. I would greatly appreciate it, if you took 5 minutes of your time to help me with this study!

The survey is completely anonymous. The information and data you provide will be used for this study only, no third parties will be involved.

Please use the following link to participate in the survey:

ww3.unipark.de/uc/singapore

Thank you so much for your time, every participant helps me to complete my thesis! If you have any questions or comments please email me using the link provided in the survey.

Yours,
Jonathan

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  My 2 cents worth: My solution to find and hire reliable renovation companies
Posted by: christinezheng - 21st December 2014, 06:15 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

Hi all,

I am very happy after getting the keys to my new BTO HDB flat.

As a newbie homeowner, I was rather lost on what we had to do, and experienced difficulty in finding trustworthy and reliable Interior

Design and renovation companies to renovate my new house.

There are so many renovation contractors in Singapore, and it is impossible for us to know which one could meet our requirements.

After searching, we discovered this Singapore website call Bestreno.sg. It really helped homeowners like me because it saved us a lot of time and made everything so much easier for us.

After we submitted our requirements in renovation Singapore, I received 12 proposals within 1 day.

It was fast!

We also noticed that the renovation companies listed inside were all good and very professional. I was happy to hire one of the renovation professionals because they fit our 20k budget and home design.

Some more, no need to waste time running everywhere to find renovation contractors on weekends.

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  Singapore Citizens Feedback To PM Lee Hsien Loong's Speech At NUSS On 3 Oct 2014
Posted by: WHCL - 3rd October 2014, 09:00 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

PM Lee Hsien Loong calls on Singaporeans to look outwards and forward to the future

SINGAPORE - THE present may be all-consuming. But to get ahead as it approaches its half-century mark, Singapore should focus on three principles: look outwards, be good-hearted but hard-headed about policies and be confident of the future by remembering what it achieved in the past.

These were the three themes that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong spelt out in a major speech last evening to the National University of Singapore Society, the alumni club of NUS graduates.

"We are at an inflexion point, changing gears, changing pace," he said in a speech titled "Singapore in Transition - the Next Phase."

"We need not only to navigate the eddies and currents from moment to moment, but we need to keep in mind basic principles which will help us maintain our momentum," he told an audience of over 1,000 alumni and guests.

KEEP LOOKING OUTWARDS

On his first theme of the need to look outwards, Mr Lee noted that Singaporeans had been concentrating on what is happening at home - and understandably so given the urgent issues of housing, public transport and medical care. But even as strategic policy shifts are being made for longer-term trends, such as to population and the economy, he said:

"But perhaps because we are so focused on these issues, I fear Singaporeans are not paying enough attention to what is happening outside of Singapore."

Doing so is important because it will give Singaporeans a broader view on these policies. It will also help them recognise that what happens outside will have an impact on their lives, whether they are political changes in other countries or technological advances that can affect business and jobs.

"Unless we understand what is happening, we cannot anticipate or respond properly to events."

He added: "We cannot afford to navel-gaze and ignore what is happening outside."

ACT WITH HEAD AND HEART

On the theme of being hard-headed but good-hearted, Mr Lee focused his remarks on the need for the economy to grow if all the good-hearted policies are to be sustainable.

"Without resources, good intentions mean nothing. We must still grow the economy, as it is the only way our people can have a good life. A rich society is not necessarily a happy society, but impoverished societies are seldom happy.

"We must not go pell-mell for growth regardless of social, human or environmental costs, nor are we doing so.

"But I worry when people say we can afford to take it easy on growth, and talk airily about more important things in life. They don't understand what their well-being depends on.

"They are essentially telling others: "I am well off enough, you should be satisfied with what you have too, even if you are poor."

The PM spent some time examining the population policy as one which required both heart and head.

The heart comes in, among other things, to ensure that Singapore's identity is retained, and ensure

immigration is at a pace people can adapt to and having babies as a personal decision rather than because of a bonus. The head matters too, because hard facts such as an ageing population and declining fertility cannot be wished away and hence the need for foreigners to help Singapore cope.

"On the overall population policy, we are paying attention to both the emotional and practical aspects of population. Heart: giving weight to how comfortable people are with the pace of immigration, encouraging new arrivals to adapt to the norms of our society. Head: keeping inflows moderate and sustainable," he said.

REMEMBER THE PAST, BE CONFIDENT OF THE FUTURE

On the third theme of turning to the past to guide Singaporeans in being confident about the future, Mr Lee said: "Even as we focus on the present, we must look forward to and have confidence in our future.

"And perhaps less obviously, we must also know and understand the past. Unless we understand our past, we will fail to understand what Singapore's success depends on; why Singapore works the way it does."

The ultimate danger is to be "unjustifiably pessimistic about our future prospects."

What Singapore has achieved is "a function of our history and our Southeast Asian context: how we became independent, and how the Pioneer Generation responded to the critical challenge of building a nation from nothing."

"We are stable and peaceful now, but our society experienced upheavals and riots - communal riots, the ferocious battle against the Communists."

Similarly, Singapore is friends with Malaysia and Indonesia today, despite its difficulties with both, the former during the years of merger, and with the bigger neighbour, during Confrontation.

Singapore's 50th anniversary is an apt occasion to remember the country's history but also a time to look ahead to the next 50 years.

The celebrations, he said, were a time to to set new goals for the next 50 years; to see and be excited by all the opportunities opening up; to appreciate our strengths are capabilities, and not just the uncertainties and difficulties; to give back to the society, so that we strengthen a fair and just society in Singapore.

While it is understandable for young people to be anxious about the future, he urged them to look at how far the country has come and the new opportunities that are opening up.

Concluding, he said: "I urge all of us to look outwards not just inwards, act with both our heads and our hearts, take heart from the past and be confident of the future.

"That is the way to move ahead together, and create a brighter future for Singapore."

- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/pm-lee-hsien-loong-calls-singaporeans-look-outwards-and-#sthash.B9QwTKyI.dpuf

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Singapore Citizens Feedback To PM Lee Hsien Loong's Speech At NUSS On 3 Oct 2014

SINGAPORE - THE present may be all-consuming. But to get ahead as it approaches its half-century mark, the ruling party who has been in charged of Singapore for decades should focus on three principles: look outwards but don't blindly copy ideas like casinos which can be easily duplicated by others, be good-hearted and not be overwhelmingly focused on economic growth or monetary aspects of any policy like casinos that damages our society's values system and work ethic but be bold hearted in implementing hard-headed policies and be confident of the future by remembering what it achieved in the past just like our pioneers who boldly rejected casinos outright even when they were at weakest and poorest.

These were the three similar themes that some Singapore citizens spelt out after hearing Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's major speech last evening to the National University of Singapore Society, the alumni club of NUS graduates.

"Singapore is at an inflexion point, changing gears, changing pace. We see the ruling party not strong or as talented as before after having to weaken to bring in casinos into Singapore, that is some of us having this viewpoint." some Singapore citizens said in reaction to PM Lee's speech titled "Singapore in Transition - the Next Phase."

"Yes, we agree with PM Lee that we need not only to navigate the eddies and currents from moment to moment, but we need to keep in mind basic principles which will help us maintain our momentum, we should never have brought in casinos into Singapore which most likely sacrificing some of our citizens in the pursuit of monetary benefits from casinos". some concerned Singapore citizens echoed.

KEEP LOOKING OUTWARDS BUT DON't JUST THINK EXTERNAL TALENTS ARE BETTER

On PM Lee's first theme of the need to look outwards, Singapore citizens agree on the need to keep looking outwards but implore the ruling party not to be so rigid in thinking that external talents are always better.

Singapore citizens are happy that PM Lee has noted that Singaporeans have been concentrating on what is happening at home - of housing, public transport and medical care because these issues in the opinions of many Singaporeans were not properly taken care over the past decade, in fact if it can be called some blunders then it can be viewed as blunders by some Singaporeans.

Singaporeans feel that perhaps some people in the ruling party are over-anxious that Singaporeans are not paying enough attention to what is happening outside of Singapore.

However, here is the typical response from fellow Singaporeans - "It is not that we not paying enough attention to what is happening outside of Singapore. Please lah, settle internal issues properly first before talk about outside lah"

Singaporeans know that knowing what is happening outside of Singapore is important but also feel that it is not always the case that external talents or external policies are always good and implore the ruling party not to have a rigid mindset on this.

Singaporeans added: "We cannot simply copy what is happening outside like bringing in casinos and not come up with better ideas than casinos which can be easily duplicated by other countries."

ACT WITH HEAD AND HEART BUT NOT BE OVERLY FOCUSING ON MONETARY BENEFITS

Singapore citizens agree with the theme of being hard-headed but good-hearted.

Singaporeans are very agreeable to this part of PM Lee's speech on "We must not go pell-mell for growth regardless of social, human or environmental costs, nor are we doing so." In fact, it is the Singapore citizens who through their votes in GE 2011 voiced their displeasure at ruling party's past policies.

Singapore citizens feel that whilst PM Lee has reassured Singaporeans from time to time on the ruling party's policy on population and growth, Singapore citizens are still worried and not confident of such reassurances after seeing the ruling party having to back down from previous hard policy of no casinos in Singapore.

It cannot be helped that there is lack of trust and genuine worries by Singapore citizens especially after seeing such a reversal in a long standing "no casinos" policy all because of economic growth and monetary benefits.

REMEMBER THE PAST, BE CONFIDENT OF THE FUTURE AND BE BOLD AND BRAVE

Singaporeans also agree on the theme "Even as we focus on the present, we must look forward to and have confidence in our future."

Singapore citizens call upon the ruling party to be really bold and brave and not just give nice speeches. "Remember our pioneers were really bold and brave; even when we are our weakest and poorest, we rejected outright and say no to casinos. It's the action that counts not the nice speeches" Some Singapore pioneers said proudly with pride.

Singapore citizens agree that "Singapore's 50th anniversary is an apt occasion to remember the country's history but also a time to look ahead to the next 50 years."

Other braver Singaporeans said "Come, let's us shut down Singapore casinos immediately and be truly bold and brave, act with our heads and hearts. Without the casinos, Singapore never die all these years, together we Singapore citizens can move ahead and be as confident as our pioneers by dumping casinos and stepping into the future."

WHCL

PS : Thanks to casinos in Singapore then got chance to have some funny moments. Big Grin

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  Professional Handy Master
Posted by: Renfred Low - 21st September 2014, 10:31 PM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

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  Apple iPhone 6 16/32/64/128 GB And 2GB RAM
Posted by: vodafone - 23rd August 2014, 07:32 AM - Forum: Singapore Forum General Chit Chat Coffee Shop Talk - No Replies

GENERAL:

2G Network:GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - all models
CDMA 800 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
3G Network:HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G Network:LTE- all models
SIM:Nano-SIM

BODY:

Dimensions:137.5 x 67 x 7 mm (5.41 x 2.64 x 0.28 in)
Weight:113 g (3.99 oz)
500 dpi pixel density fingerprint sensor (Touch ID)

DISPLAY:

Type:LED-backlit IPS LCD, capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size:960 x 1704 pixels, 4.70 inches / 5.5 inches (~416 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch:Yes
Protection:Shatter proof sapphire crystal glass, oleophobic coating
Water resistant

SOUND:

Alert types:Vibration, proprietary ringtones
Loudspeaker:Yes
3.5mm jack:Yes

MEMORY:

Card slot:No
Internal:16/32/64/128 GB, 2 GB RAM

DATA:

GPRS:Yes
EDGE:Yes
SpeedBig GrinC-HSDPA, 42 Mbps; HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps; LTE, Cat6, 300 Mbps DL; EV-DO Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps
WLAN:Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth:v4.0, A2DP
NFC:Yes
USB:v2.0

CAMERA:

Primary:8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash
Features:Simultaneous video and image recording, touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection, HDR panorama, HDR photo
Video:[email protected]
Secondary:Yes

FEATURES:

OS:iOS 8
Chipset:Apple A8
CPUBig Grinual-core 2 GHz
Sensors:Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging:iMessage, SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email
Browser:HTML (Safari)
Radio:No
GPS:Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
Java:No
Colors:Space Gray, White/Silver, Gold
Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
AirDrop file sharing
Siri natural language commands and dictation
iCloud cloud service
iCloud Keychain
Twitter and Facebook integration
TV-out
Maps
iBooks PDF reader
Audio/video player/editor
Organizer
Document viewer/editor
Photo viewer/editor
Voice memo/dial/command
Predictive text input

BATTERY:

Non-removable:Li-Po ~ 1850 mAh battery
Stand-by
Talk time

Contact Email:[email protected]
Contact Email:[email protected]

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