What's Next: November 14 2015

 Former EPL players Lee Sharpe (left) and Patrik Berger (right), at Singapore Marriott Hotel on Nov 10, 2015.
Former EPL players Lee Sharpe (left) and Patrik Berger (right), at Singapore Marriott Hotel on Nov 10, 2015. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

Massive protest planned in Seoul

As many as 100,000 people are expected to take part in a large-scale anti-government protest in central Seoul today. The "People's General Uprising" will focus on issues including labour reforms, the opening of protected markets for some agricultural goods and the imposition of state-issued history textbooks in schools.


Mass gathering at KKH today

KK Women's and Children's Hospital will be holding a mass gathering for pre-term babies and their families today to commemorate World Prematurity Day, which is celebrated in November globally. The event aims to raise awareness of the challenges that these children and their families face and improve their situation.


Former Reds and Devils clash in S'pore

To casual observers, it might just be a football match played by over-35, retired and even portly men.

But today's Castlewood Group Battle of the Reds, which will see former players from Liverpool and Manchester United duel at the National Stadium, could rival an English Premier League match in intensity, if not skill.

Lee Sharpe and Patrik Berger remember past duels and are raring to go all out again.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 14, 2015, with the headline 'What's Next: November 14 2015'. Print Edition | Subscribe