Singpaore Science CEO Lim Tit Meng slammed for sexist remarks in an email to female staff

The Online Citizen, 4 Jul 2014
A remark by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Science Centre Singapore (SCS) has been nominated for this year’s sexism award by the Association of Women for Action and Research (Aware).
The award, named The Alamak Award, is the association’s “annual search for the most annoying, face palm, gut wrenching, you-have-got-to-be-kidding-me instance of sexism in Singapore.”
Associate Professor Lim Tit Meng is one of the four nominees this year for his remarks in an email which he had apparently sent out to his staff on International Women’s Day in March.
In a rather awkwardly written letter, Assoc Prof Lim began by saying that some women would say the day is not for them “because they are not ’3-8′”, a reference to the date of 8 March which the International Women’s Day fall under. Full story
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