Biography of the Author Justin Ong

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  1. ‘If you’re unable to react, it's ok’: How to handle public harassment

    Women’s rights organisation AWARE also shares tips on how bystanders can help in simple and even creative ways, after a Singaporean female’s ...
  2. Deferred prosecution agreements proposed for corporate offences: Shanmugam

  3. Singapore national hurdler files official complaint accusing coach of misconduct

    Kerstin Ong met with disapproval when she first spoke out, but the ongoing #metoo campaign has helped her realise “if it’s wrong, it’s wrong”.
  4. Neglected by family, bullied all his life, S’porean with one good arm finds ‘salvation’ in martial arts

    He was a primary school drop-out who struggled to find a footing in the working world. Then an MMA instructor took a chance on him and today, ...
  5. ‘I was blacking out, asking for help, people ignored me’: The blind Singaporean fighting ‘prejudice’ against the disabled

    Jim Bek lost half his sight as a toddler, lost nearly all his sight as an adult, then lost his job and his wife - but rose above it all to become ...
  6. A single mother’s only wish: For brain-damaged son ‘to one day get up, walk, talk, live a normal life’

    After a terrible motor accident, doctors gave former air force pilot trainee Clement Lee just five more years to live. His mother Leong Poh Yin ...
  7. Singapore football imposes age quotas in bid to revamp S.League

    At least six local under-23 players, no more than six over 30 years old, a new fitness test - these are some of the highlights amidst a slew of ...
  8. Singapore’s rooftoppers: ‘A lot of people think we’re only doing it for the likes’

    The activity known as rooftopping is largely criminal and incredibly dangerous - so why does it seem to be flourishing locally?
  9. On The Job as a geriatric nurse: Bleak at times, mostly draining, but ultimately fulfilling

    In a new series in which Channel NewsAsia journalists try working in some of Singapore’s essential but undervalued jobs, Justin Ong dons the blue ...