Morning Digest, November 17 – News from Singapore

0
15

– Advertisement –

Angmoh says his SG friends complain about their tiger parents but later they do the same with their own children and even send babies to enrichment classes

Photo: Freepik/jcomp (illustrative only)

An angmoh man who had been in Singapore for about 8 years took to social media and asked why there is so much pressure on children to excel. In an anonymous post to the popular confession page SGWhispers on Tuesday (Nov. 15), the man wrote that his first local friends often complained about their tiger parents.

Tiger parenting is a form of strict parenting, where parents invest a lot in the success of their children. Tiger parents, in particular, push their children to achieve high levels of academic achievement or success in high-status extracurricular activities such as music or sports.

ALSO READ  K-pop band NCT 127's Jakarta concert ends early after 30 fans passed out

Read more here…


33-year-old millionaire husband showers once every three days to save on water costs, doesn’t always flush the toilet and doesn’t turn on the toilet lights when using

Photo: Freepik/jcomp (illustrative only)

A woman who felt her husband was stingy took to social media to ask other netizens for advice on how to live with him.

In an anonymous post on the popular confession page SGWhispers, the woman wrote: “Am I wrong or is my husband stingy? I’m posting this because I need some advice on how to live with a potentially stingy husband.”

Read more here…


SG Scoot flight captain refuses to land at Changi Airport when passengers from Bali refuse to fasten their seatbelts

ALSO READ  Everything we saw at Qualcomm's Snapdragon Tech Summit 2022

Photo: TikTok screengrab/Audi Khalid

A Scoot flight from Bali was delayed from landing in Singapore on Monday (Nov. 14). The reason? Some passengers refused to fasten their seat belts.

A TikToker on the flight captured the captain’s announcement of the delay, as well as the aftermath when the plane landed and passengers were finally allowed to disembark, with some being questioned by authorities.

Read more here…


Adorable civet mistaken for raccoon found hiding in corner by Queenstown coffee shop owner

civet-hidden-in-queenstown-coffee-shop-taken-by-nparks

A young civet was found hiding in the corner of a drink stand in a Queenstown coffee shop.

It is believed that it climbed in through one of the stable windows and was eventually taken away by NParks (National Parks Board). However, the coffee shop owner fears that the mother civet wants to pick up the baby and will later “cause trouble” in the coffee shop.

Read more here…


‘Woohooooooo’ Loh Kean Yew Excited To Qualify For The 2022 BWF World Tour Finals

Photo: Twitter screengrab/Badminton Talk

Fresh off winning Sportsman of the Year at the Singapore Sports Awards on Nov. 10, Loh Kean Yew proves he’s ending the year on a high note; being the first Singaporean to qualify for the 2022 BWF World Tour Finals.

A jubilant Loh tweeted “Woohooooooo” Wednesday morning (Nov. 16).

Read more here…


Send your scoops to [email protected]

– Advertisement –

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here