Crisis Management: Malaysian Airlines MH370

Background/ Context Before anything, I would just like to say my heart goes out to all those affected by the recent incident. May those on the flight be well, happy, and free from suffering, and may their families and friends be well, happy, and free from suffering. If you have not heard of the incident, a Malaysian Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing went missing on March 8th, 2014 (four day...

PR Failure: The KangKung Protest

Note: This article contains heavy references to specific politics. If this is not down your alley, I urge discretion. This article was originally published sometime January, but due to concerns for my own safety I retracted it and am re-publishing it now (as the topic is not so hot and I am in a safe area). Enjoy. Politicians are always on the forefront of the new...

Why I love Singapore Airport

It is the little things which matter. A tired expression, yet organizations never seem to quite grasp this concept- be it inability, lack of care, or just laziness. Anyways- lets get straight down to the title of this post. Why do I love Singapore Airport? Well, lets begin with what it provides. The Augmented Product Model Singapore airport provides a simple service: a location for passengers to...

World Population Problem: I was so wrong!

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x175qup_bbc-this-world-don-t-panic-the-truth-about-population-h264-1280x720-aac-rmac_news I did a post last year (actually.. that's only 2 weeks ago) about how our population is going out of control, and we're all going to die: http://pengtiong.wordpress.com/2013/12/24/jawdropping-reminder-by-dr-david-suzuki/ It seems my mindset is reminiscent of what was true 20 years ago (which is c...

Spanking Your Children: an Expansion on the Psychology and Maths

I recently posted on an ongoing debate on the benefits of physical punishment for children, and thought the post would be most useful others if shared on a public domain. I will also use this opportunity to expand on what I have said and address critiques. My friend Erin had spoken out about this image, which had been circulating around online.

Jawdropping reminder by Dr. David Suzuki

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8x98KFcMJeo While this is not necessarily relating to the title of this blog, I have always been a lover of numbers. Numbers is the easiest way to show the truth, in simple and unembellished terms. This really strikes a chord for me also because I am very concerned when it comes to finding solutions to sustainable growth. Very worthy watch, highly recommended! ...

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