Tag: Roy Ngerng

“Dr Chee keeps fighting for Singaporeans, but will Singaporeans fight for him?”: Roy Ngerng on GE2020

Activist and blogger Roy Ngerng has recently taken to Facebook to question whether or not Singaporeans will support Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) leader Chee Soon Juan in the 2020 General Elections. Taiwan-based Singaporean activist and blogger Roy Ngerng on Tuesday (June 23) shared a recent...

“If Gov’t removes lockdown because it wants to hold an election, priorities are all wrong”: Roy Ngerng

Singaporean activist and blogger Roy Ngerng has recently warned that if the reason behind the Government's decision to remove the circuit breaker measures is merely to be able to hold a General Election, then its "priorities are all wrong." Towards the end of the circuit...

Activist Roy Ngerng says Taiwan is managing Covid-19 outbreak better than Singapore

Singapore—According to activist Roy Yi Ling Ngerng, who is based in Taiwan, despite the praise, the Singaporean Government has received in handling the challenges stemming from the current Covid-19 outbreak, Taiwan has actually done a better job handling the situation. Singapore, Mr Ngerng maintains, can...

Local activist slams “PAP-affiliated” Mothership for labelling him as a foreign influence

Local activist Roy Yi Ling Ngerng has slammed Mothership.sg for labelling him as a foreign influence in an article covering his presence at the solidarity rally in Taiwan that was organised in support of the protests in Hong Kong against China extradition. Mothership had said that...

Roy Ngerng urges Hong Kong citizens not to “live in fear” like Singaporeans

Well-known political activist and blogger, Roy Ngerng who was found guilty in 2015 for a blog post that was believed to be defaming Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, has shown his unequivocal support for the thousands of Hong Kong residents who took to the...

Concerned citizens express their wariness of “fake news” bill

Singapore – A concerned citizen had to do reality checks a few times while going through the draft of the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill. The bill, which was read for the first time in Parliament on Apr 1 (Mon), is basically an...

The majority of Singaporeans won’t even have S$60,000 in their CPF, says activist Ngerng Yi Ling

Singaporean activist Roy Ngerng Yi Ling analysed the CPF pay-outs and shared his observations via a Facebook post in his profile on Thursday (Feb 21). He said that based on his findings Singaporeans would not even have S$60,000 in their CPF for their pay-outs. The Taiwan-based...

Roy Ngerng to pay $150K damages to PM Lee Hsien Loong over a 17 year period

Roy Ngerng has agreed to pay $150,000 in damages owed to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for defamation, in installments from 1 April 2016 to the year 2033. The 34-year-old will be 52 years of age by the time he finishes paying up the...

Secret identity of VR Man, his father and arch-nemesis finally revealed?

Singapore once had a superhero - VR Man. VR Man came just for a season and now remains in the minds of some Singaporeans as an immortal benchmark. Those that he helped could not figure out who he was. Even the police had no clue as...

Roy Ngerng to pay legal costs of $29k to PM Lee

Roy found out very quickly that there is a price to pay for saying what he wants. The High Courts of Singapore asked the defendant, Roy Ngerng, to pay S$29,000 in legal costs to Mr. Lee Hsien Loong’s lawyers, Davinder Singh of Drew and...