Category archives: Media1.0
The journalist below was supposed to report on a predicted sandstorm. He arrived on the scene on time, but the sandstorm didn’t arrive on schedule. So the journalist improvised..
Excitement got over The Straits Times twitter when he tweeted that Singapore Workers’ Party Png belonged to the People’s Action Party. For the record, WP’s Png won the Hougang by-election 62.09% of the vote, against PAP’s Mr Choo’s 37.91%.
A volunteer group member has filed a police report against a Singapore Chinese newspaper, Lianhe Zaobao, after the papers refused to apologise fora caption that linked the group to a local political party. The police report also highlighted how high… continue reading »
You got to love Google and the Internet where you can easily search on past business news. TODAYonline Business section wrote that “ComfortDelgro said on Monday its wholly owned subsidiary in China has sold its entire interest in the registered capital… continue reading »
When SLUTS roam Hong Lim Park, Channel NewsAsia decided it was best to completely remove the SIN from Singapore. 5 Dec 2011 will the date when Singapore is known by Channel NewsAsia as Gapore – Sounds like a new Gap… continue reading »
It was a producer’s nightmare when you have a wardrobe malfunction on TV. It has to be an never ending spiral downhill in the nightmare when it happens twice in less than a week. It first happen when Glenda Chong was caught… continue reading »
In an exclusive admission to this blog, Numbers have admitted that more drug users were caught, as otherwise reported in the media. “I admit to have given the media the wrong figures,” confessed Numbers. “When I first noticed the mistake,… continue reading »
Changi Airport Singapore and Finnair recently concluded the Angry Bird Contest at the international airport recently. Spotted at the Angry Bird Contest was VR-Zone editor, Koh Siang Liang. Image from http://chrispytinetoo.blogspot.com/2011/09/angry-birds-face-off-challenge.html One of the contestant, Yummy Chrispytine, described Siang Liang as “One… continue reading »