Daily SG: 19 Nov 2009

Re education: To Bi or not to Bi
– TOC: MM Lee’s admission – a good time for govt to reflect on policy
– Die neue Welle: I am Singaporean II: Bilingualism is Bad(?)
– Urbanrant: Why I think MM Lee is wrong about the learning of the Chinese language
– Gerald Giam’s Blog: My struggle with Chinese
– My sketchbook: MM Lee on Singapore’s bilingual policy

Re education
– Ramblings of DarkMirage: Why I did not accept my PSC Scholarship offer
– Master Of The Obvious: When Fear and Hope collides
– Kelvin Teo Writes: The government’s role in improving the quality of our educational institutions

Healthcare & Healthcare Providers
– The Gigamole Diaries: Chemotherapy errors – human factors design, management problems

Twilight in Paradise. Growing Old In Singapore
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: Structural Unemployment in Singapore

– according2ed: HDB housing and the true meaning of ‘affordability’ [Thanks lary]

GIC, Temasek State Fund Investments
– Blowin’ In The Wind: Transparency plea to sovereign wealth funds

APEC 2009
– Singapore Angle: US Size Matters and the ASEAN Way

Daily Discourse
– Gerald Giam’s Blog: Was our phenomenal GDP growth worth selling our soul for?
– TOC: Lawyer for death-row inmate denied access to client
– Mathia Lee: NKF in the red & Sustainable Charities: Good people need fair salaries
– Mr Wang Says So: The Rationale for Banking Secrecy

Life, the universe and everything
– The boy who knew too much: A Singaporean Chinese person on Malaysia.
– Dee Kay Dot As Gee: Orchard Road Christmas Light Up
– Fresh Brainz: Scientist, Programmer and Prostitute
– mrbrown: The Letterbox Trash Pit of Laziness
– No buns no life: BURN-E, a Hidden Animated Scene from WALL-E.

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