10 Most Famous Soups Around Southeast Asia

10 most famous soups

Here are the 10 Best Rated Southeast Asian Soups 10 most famous soups in Southeast Asia commonly consist of veggies, rice, and broth, with a small amount of protein to give taste and satiation. 10. KHAO SOI- Northern Thailand Khao soi, a hallmark cuisine of Northern Thailand, is a delectable coconut soup that combines a … Read more

Filipino in Singapore Tests Positive for Monkeypox


Filipino Infected by Monkeypox in Singapore Filipino has been tested and confirmed positive for Monkeypox virus in Singapore, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said. The patient claimed that there was no contact with anyone recorded with the monkeypox virus in Singapore. Experts and health care authorities are investigating how and where he got this … Read more

Fingerprint-Protected Closet Full Of Luxury Items, Socialite Owner Opened It For A Tour

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Lee Kwan Yew Once Rejected $3.3 million Bribe And Embarrassed US

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Lesson From Singapore’s ‘War On Drugs’, Shanmugam (Video)


Lesson From Singapore’s ‘War on Drugs by Minister Shanmugam

Singapore’s Minister for Home Affairs and Law K. Shanmugam, on Wednesday, April 20, delivered a speech at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York, about the country’s approach to drugs.

In a report by Straits Times, Shanmugam pointed out that his country will continue its approach against drugs until an evidence can be showed that a “different model works better”.

As what he claims, Shanmugam said that Singapore has created a “safe and secure environment.


“We are not very impressed with rhetoric alone. Good speeches are one thing. Enjoying safety and security, to the level I have identified – letting your 10-year-old child take public transport alone – that is different,” Shanmugam said.

With confidence, he called on to “anyone” to come and compare Singapore’s experiences to any other city. Also, he said that if there is a better way to eliminate drugs that would deliver a better outcome for citizens, Shanmugam said, that they will consider changing.

“If that cannot be done, then don’t ask us to change,” he added.

According to the Minister, they have achieved victory over drugs in Singapore because, according to him, they “fought a successful battle against drugs.”

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