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June 21, 2018

5 shared values

In an attempt to prepare Singapore for a globalised world, the National Ideological Committee proposed new set of 5 shared values on 7 November 1989.

1. Individualism for society 2. Resolving matters through consensus over contention 3. Upholding family a...

June 20, 2018




A snapshot of the general Singapore populace

The effects of globalisation have been increasingly prominent, one being the development of western-infused cultures within our Asian society.

In the recent National Ideological meeting, many of our ministers have expre...

June 20, 2017

Especially if they come in the form of Tumblr-worthy quotes.

Committee Session 5 has been a treasure trove of memorable phrases in the Plenary Crisis of NSCRRH and NDC.

News of the ISIS infiltration in Singapore has finally reached the eyes and ears of Singaporeans - and...

June 20, 2017

Yet we’re still a little unsure about what’s to become of our housing policy.

The cold atmosphere of the lecture theatre has already been warmed by the heat of the debates by the National Development Council (NDC).

In the initial half of the third committee session, many...

June 20, 2017


Singaporeans are constantly exposed to western cultures, be it through books or television shows. Moreover, due to the fact that Singapore is a small nation, we are influenced by the influx of foreigners which dilutes our national identity. Currently, our...

June 19, 2017

More names to remember...

Within 3 hours, the names of two individuals have been etched in the minds of student delegates at OPMUN.

Who, then, are these individuals who have managed to capture the undivided attention of two committees and changed the tides of policy-maki...

June 19, 2017

A whole new world for our housing demographics soon?

The National Development Council (NDC) spent the first day of OPMUN passionately debating about the Ethnic Immigration Policy in Singapore - initially.

So what is the Ethnic Immigration Policy (EIP)?

In order to promote...

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