Daily SG: 16 Nov 2009

Strangers in a Strange Land
– Tansitioning: Slowing the flow of foreign workers to Singapore (ST 13 Nov)
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: Prof Hui Weng Tat: Slow the foreign influx.
– Sam’s Thoughts: Uniquely Singapore, Specially Sinophobic
– Asian in America: Of immigrants and a more equitable Singapore
– Frankly Speaking: Goal 2010: I’m sure slow to realising how dead it is
– Seelan Palay’s Blog: Is Government favouring foreign students? [Thanks Seelan]

APEC 2009
– Asia Pacific Voices: Key Points from APEC CEO Summit 2009
– Gerald Giam’s Blog: Pandas can be dangerous if provoked
– Zach’s Thought Blot: The Urgent Case for ASEAN Integration – Part Three

Road to Perdition Election
– TOC: NSP to adopt “minister-specific” strategy in next elections
– Ravi Philemon: It’s ok only if you’re a PAP activist
– TOC: Remember GE2006 – Sylvia Lim’s Tenacity

Mainstream vs X-Stream Media
– TOC: Letter on ethnic stereotyping gets heavily edited by Straits Times

Housing
– Urbanrant: We should be concerned with skyrocketing HDB prices

The Gospel of Harry
– Singapore Recalcitrant: Flash in the Pan

Daily Discourse
– TOC: Are Singaporeans 21st century individuals?
– Yawning Bread: Fogged lens
– Kelvin Teo Writes: Analyzing Mr Philip Yeo
– Kelvin Teo Writes: Kelvin Teo catches up with Reverend Dr Yap Kim Hao
– Only “objective” and “factual” political films please, we’re Singaporeans: Singapore’s 2nd longest-held political prisoner speaks out
– Temasek Hedge: The US taxman hits Hong Kong. Next stop, Singapore? [Thanks Bink]

Life, the universe and everything
– Tales Over Coffee: Prostitution in Singapore
– The Singapore Sports Fan Says: How Singapore’s athletes are faring at the Asian Athletics Championships
– Dee Kay Dot As Gee: Fan brushing teeth at Chelsea vs Man UTD match

Infoblogaramous
– Work Class Historian: Seeking Stories of the British Bases and Military Withdrawal [via Singapore Life and Times]
– Klik.tv: Which Singaporean tourist treasures should Google Street View Trike visit? Vote now.

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