Mr Wen referred to the Cultural Revolution six times and expressed his deep resentment towards the political campaign initiated by Mao Zedong and executed by Mao’s wife and her followers.
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All things considered, perhaps Singapore’s vaccination programme is proceeding at a Goldilocks pace – not too fast to spook undecided folks but not too slow such that frustration breeds indifference or even resistance.
Founding members of such groups often have little choice but to engage government agencies and members of Parliament on climate issues on an ad-hoc basis, even as they manage their groups while juggling full-time jobs.
But these past months, it’s been about watching my children smile and hug me when they see me (instead of the helper) as they get out of school. Or snuggle up close as we read a bedtime story.
It’s understandable when so many of our formative years were spent in schools. There is a sense of history associated with the school grounds that you’ve roamed about, played zero-point on, and received your first major examination results.
If football’s bureaucrats administered the slow poison that killed the sport, then its billionaire owners created that poison and thus, should share a large part of the blame.