Young People's Homepages
Personal homepage of Xiaokirst aka Xinyi. Contains memories of her past
dreams, includes some downloads, updating after her A Levels. There are
pictures of her and her friends.
Personal homepage of Xiaokirst aka Xinyi. Contains memories of her
past dreams, includes some downloads, updating after her A Levels.
There are pictures of her and her friends.
A website created by a young adult in Singapore talking about life and all
about him. Give it a click and take a look.
is a website created by a teenager.
year, 1,455 underaged smokers were caught puffing on a cigarette.
And for selling cigarettes to teens under the age of 18, six
retailers were prosecuted. The legal age for smoking in Singapore
is 18. Those caught in the act will be fined S$50 the first time,
and up to S$100 for second and subsequent offences. Under the law,
those caught buying cigarettes for teens will be fined S$2,500.
Those who give tobacco products to teenagers will be fined S$500.
The penalties are doubled for subsequent offences. (Straits Times
6 May 2001)
|A study of a sample group of 55
young female offenders who were arrested in 1998 and 1999 showed
that most offenders did not come from poor families. About
seven out of 10 girls came from families that had monthly incomes
of over S$1,500, while about one in 10 were from families earning
more than S$5,000 a month. The study on female juveniles by the
Subordinate Courts was released yesterday. It showed that almost
two out of five fathers who took a back seat were neglectful of
their daughters, while more than half of the mothers were overly
indulgent. (Straits Times 19 Apr 2001)
Secondary 5 student goes to jail for robbery & outraging of modesty
A district court on 26
Dec 2000 sentenced a secondary five student to eight years in jail and 24
strokes of the cane after he pleaded guilty to six charges of attempted
robbery, robbery and outraging of modesty. Gary BEH Swee Peng, 17,
molested two of the four women he robbed in his own neighbourhood in
Hougang. He had been convicted last year of belonging to an unlawful
assembly, but had been put on probation for 18 months. (Straits Times 27