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The Dilemma of Vaping Regulations In Singapore

Telling someone that legalising vaping in Singapore is a great opportunity, will cause a headache. Your friends will say ‘Isn’t vaping unhealthy?’, while your aunties and uncles will probably choose to include more profanities in their response, and a message about how you ought not to be smoking. If you’re well-versed on the issue, you…
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Singaporean Youths Should Be Thankful For No Minimum Wage

The true home of the free and the brave is Singapore. Or more accurately, those courageous Singaporean workplaces willing to take on unpaid interns. All their labour can be free, but you have to be brave. If you don’t believe me, go to the first year students in Singapore and you will find plenty willing…
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Libertarianism In One Poem

Reducing income inequality, Curtails economic prosperity. Good-hearted intentions to close the the widening gap, Only puts the free, dynamic, growing economy at a cap. Through attempts of money redistribution from rich to poor, Like minimum wage laws, progressive taxes, and high subsidy tiers. Alongside provision of free universal healthcare and education, Instead of looking at…
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Is Virtue Signalling Our New Social Currency?

Is Virtue Signalling Our New Social Currency? The internet was imagined by its pioneers to be the arbiter of a new information renaissance, believing that it would revolutionise the way we learn and communicate. Instead, it has devolved into a platform for individuals to build their social currencies through virtue signalling and social justice stunts…
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Centralised Education Systems Strangle The Ambition of Our Children

How Centralised Education Systems Strangles Ambition Take a minute and think about the time you were a kid and thought of your future self.  All of us, at one point, have had a visual of us as grownups, doing something, enjoying it and making our lives about it. As a kid, I went to dance…
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In Response to Donald Low

Donald Low responded to my piece from yesterday. In his response, he now concedes that the concept of market failures is given coverage in introductory econ classes. But I’m afraid this was not the impression given to his readers from his original co-authored article, which in my opinion gave more the impression that Econ 101…
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