For skewed reporting, please refer to the Straits Times

In case anyone thinks I’m on an irrational everytime-whack-Straits-Times spree, I’ll let Jolovan do the talking this time.

Jolovan is the executive director of the Huamanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME). He’s been working with migrant workers for 8 years now.

Read Jolovan’s Facebook note on the following Sunday Times report.

Here’s an extract:

“The reporter herself is disappointed at how the article has turned out. The real story in this article should have been about the exploitative practices of construction companies. Instead, The Sunday Times has decided to focus on the ‘good work’ that the MOM is doing to address this problem.”

Sunday Times, 10 June 2012


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