Category Archives: Social Issues

Using DBS PayLah! for ComfortDelgro Taxi ride incurs administration fee

PayLah! is an electronic wallet of DBS. I used PayLah! to pay for my recent taxi ride on a ComfortDelgro taxi from Airport. This method of e-payment charged me 30 cents of administration fee (inclusive of GST). Had I known … Continue reading

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Could our hearts be full of love?

As we read the news each day, one is bound to come across unpleasant news of people hating each other and angry with each other. People hate others for taking away their jobs. Nationalistic behaviour has come to the fore … Continue reading

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100% Paper Packaging, No Plastic

Wonderful to see NTUC Fairprice brought in apples packed using 100% Paper instead of the usual plastic packaging. Go for zero plastic and be environmentally friendly! Save this earth and all living creatures living on the land and in the … Continue reading

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Less Use of Plastic

9 Tips for Living with Less Plastic Bring your own shopping bag Carry a reusable water bottle Bring your own cup Pack you lunch in reusable containers Say no to disposal straws and cutlery Skip the plastic produce bags Slow … Continue reading

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Visit to Semakau Landfill

Semakau Landfill is the only landfill in Singapore. This landfill is off Singapore mainland, situated to the south of Pulau Bukom. It was created combining two small islands called Pulau Semakau and Pulau Sakeng to form 350 hectares of landmass … Continue reading

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Advertisement Flyers – Waste of resources

How often did we collect advertisement flyers from someone who handed them out to passers-by? Is this method of advertisement effective? There are many reasons why I frown on this and refused to take it. Paper comes from trees. With … Continue reading

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Dry and hot weather and clearing of land and forest by burning are recipes for disaster. The haze blanketing Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore in recent days shows how vulnerable we are to such wanton actions by inconsiderate people clearing land … Continue reading

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