$11k Internship Pay, 30% Graduate Cap, PM May Day Rally Speech etc. | Coffee & Whiskey #5
In this 5th episode of Coffee & Whiskey with Ivy, she talks about the dangers of boredom among the young and loneliness among the old. With better trained personnel, our MRT will experience less breakdowns, thus Ivy agrees with Minister Ong Ye Kung that vocational training is vital in today’s economy. To prosper, where is the equal sacrifice our PM Lee Hsien Loong speaks of in his May Day Rally Speech if ministers are not part of it too, Ivy asks. And stay tuned to the end as she speaks to all of you for the concern you have shown to her husband Ho Seng.
1.EDUCATING OUR YOUNG
Danger of boredom among young - 0:13
Capping at 30% graduates too low? - 1:15
2. OUR OLD
Danger of loneliness among old - 2:11
Equal sacrifice please - 3:43
Ground up please - 4:25
Please target right - 6:00
Who's really benefitting? - 7:06
Unrealistic expectations - 7:23
STB honours Kranji Countryside Association - 8:12
Ho Seng, my muse - 8:48
Looking through the state of social, political and national issues, Ivy Singh-Lim gives her unexpurgated advice with candour & wisdom. Holding back is not in the Warrior’s blood & no subject is off limits if it’s a bout Singapore which the Warrior guards with a passion.
For more of Coffee and Whiskey with Ivy (CAWWI), check out the rest of her episodes here: