Monday, 26 Oct 2015
Not everyone gets to do what he likes but one can learn to like it. With this abiding principle, Masagos Zulkifli tells Petir about his work and views on his community.
Inside Masagos Zulkifli's wallet is a tiny card that his four children made for him where each of them had scribbled a short but loving message to their father.
The card was for his 47th birthday five years ago, and he has kept it with him ever since. It is a constant reminder of what is dearest to him in life: his wife, daughter and three sons.
"I entered politics at a time when my children were still young and in school. It was very tough to be away from them all the time," said Mr Masagos, now 52 and one of two full Malay ministers in the Cabinet.
Petir's easy-to-read guide on the upcoming MediShield Life.
They are a picture of contrasts but their motivation is the same: to help residents of Jalan Besar Division.
The PAP draws the female vote due to its focus on family, education and security, says Indranee Rajah.
PPF celebrates its 10th anniversary with promise to continue gathering views from activists to shape policies.
The place will serve as a venue for contemplation and reflection.
PAP dan warga Singapura telah membangunkan negara ini bersama-sama. Ia adalah satu hubungan kerjasama yang ingin kami perbaharui agar kita dapat merintis Singapura di Hari Esok
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong outlines the principles which have made Singapore a shining red dot, and what it will take to remain special.