UNAWARE: Upwards of 85% of SAF Positions Occupied by Men.

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Singapore is a first-world nation and economy, so why does she still have a third-world mindset? (source)

SINGAPORE 26 NOVEMBER 2018: More than 85% of positions in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) are still occupied by men, a study conducted by Unbiased National Association of Women for Action and Research (UNAWARE) announced.

Citing a study of a quip from a random SAF enlistee PTE Wong Oak: “I everytime in camp only can see men. Where are the women? It’s (end) 2018 people, come on lah! Can you wake up your idea?”

W. Oak added: “The glass ceiling is, sadly, alive and well. According to the Singapore Board of Directors Survey 2015, 93% of respondents relied on “personal contacts” when looking for board candidates – in other words, relying on the “old boys’ network” which systematically excludes women.”

“Much more can be done to address and eradicate the perceptions, biases and structures that are still in place which limit women’s choices and opportunities.” W. Oak said.

TMT reached out to SAF for comments, and was promptly told “eh fuck you understand you nahbay chao jibye.” and “you think u funny mickey mouse fun fair is it? Go and sign 3.”


Circles.Life Forsees Rebranding to ‘Foreign’ Brand Squares.Souls in Q3 2018.


Circles.Life has announced that it forsees a “foreign” brand buy-in by mysterious Squares.Soul in Q3 of 2018.

“We are very excited.” quipped Ms. Ai Mai, Circles.Life representative. “Circles.Life is extremely hip and up-to-date. We forsee an unannounced dip in profits in 2018 and a sudden re-brand that will really shape up the brand.”

Following in the recent footsteps of Gong Cha and Llao Llao in Singapore, Circles.Life foresees a change in branding toward a “third-party” takeover.

“We can foresee that mobile services will remain the same. We will no longer be a pointless company.” reported Ms. Mai. “The foreseen rebrand will be edgier and well-balanced.”

Ms. Mai ended the media event saying that other telcos should be ready to “square up.”