- published: 22 Apr 2016
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We meet Singapore’s real life superhero, Justice. He takes on truly Singaporean evils like littering, seat-hogging and being ungracious on the MRT. What drive him to do good? Where did he get that swanky suit from? And where on earth does he keep his EZ-Link card? Subscribe NOW to MediaCorp Channel 5: http://ow.ly/Ugpqm For more CATCH-UP videos visit Toggle: http://ow.ly/UgoMS Comment on our videos below! Channel 5 Facebook: http://ow.ly/UgoRK LIKE us! Channel 5 Instagram: http://ow.ly/Ugp2F FOLLOW us! Channel 5 Twitter: http://ow.ly/Ugpad FOLLOW us!
Singapore's justice system has come out tops in an international survey. The Rule of Law Index 2010 by the World Justice Project ranked Singapore number one for access to civil justice in the high-income countries group. First published Jan 7 2011. Copyright © 2011 MediaCorp Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
The Honourable Chief Justice of Singapore, Sundaresh Menon (President, Singapore Academy of Law) opens the GPC Series, concluding with a new meaning of “ADR” - from Alternative Dispute Resolution to Appropriate Dispute Resolution. Attend a GPC Series around the world, www.globalpoundconference.org
DC Justice League Family Fun Run at Sentosa on a Sunday morning! Read about our experience here: http://goo.gl/Oskzrw Follow my updates on Facebook: http://facebook.com/LoveSakuraHaruka Twitter: http://twitter.com/AiSakuraHaruka Instagram: http://instagram.com/AiSakuraHaruka Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/AiSakuraHaruka Taken on Sun 30 Aug 15. Lil Pumpkin is 6 years 3 months old.
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Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 Sun, 26 Apr 2015, 3:00pm Justice Singapore Premiere Joel Lamangan, 2014, Philippines, 120 min, Tagalog with English subtitles, R21 (Sexual Scenes) Biring (Nora Aunor) works for a human trafficking syndicate in Manila. After being framed for murder, she must make the stark choice of whether to be a victim or a victimiser. On the spiral of ever-deepening reprobation, her transformation becomes complete. For more information, visit http://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/SEAFF/ For ticket purchase, visit http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/seaff2015n
What would a world of pure justice look like? Nick Bleske examines three different countries -- Singapore, the United States, and North Korea -- and explores the limitations and challenges countries face when balancing between a dictatorship and a free society. 17-year-old Nick Bleske attends Colegio Bolívar school in Cali, Colombia as a junior, but has also lived around the world. An avid traveler He has lived in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan and the United States, and recognizes the differences between cultures and systems in society. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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What happens when a masked Superhero enters the gantries of Singapore's subway system (The Mass Rapid Transit). Is he a menace? Or is he just a kind-hearted soul looking to do some social good? Produced by Nur Atiqah Directed by Jack Sample Shot & Edited by Josiah Ng Sound by Lester Koh This Documentary was produced as part of the Chapman University Singapore Cross-Cultural Documentary Programme.