Daily SG: 2 Feb 2010

The Economic Strategies Committee Report
– TOC: Income statistics: “Significant” may have a different meaning in Singapore?
– TOC: The truth about nuclear energy
– Who Moved My Singapore Cheese: Nuclear Singapore
– The Temasek Review: ESC recommends that Singapore reduces its dependence on foreign workers
– Blowin’ In The Wind: Singapore will continue to welcome foreign talent

– TOC: The behaviour of little Lee Kuan Yews
– Singapore Alternatives: Leave no man behind? – Homeless Campers, The Inconvenient Truth
– TOC: “The government’s first responsibility is to Singaporeans”
– My Singapore News: Why high HDB prices is daft policy
– The Temasek Review: Why is HDB able to reveal breakdown cost of their flats publicly in 1981 and not now?

Road to Election
– The Magic Within: Show Me the Policy
– Seelan Palay’s Blog: SDP to launch alternative economic programme
– To Fix a Mocking Peasant: Premier Trash [Thanks Chorusy]

Strangers in a Strange Land
– TOC: How many low-wage or unemployed? 600,000? 700,000?
– Will Blog for Food: An Nguyen Discusses Racism in Singapore

Healthcare & Healthcare Providers
– TOC: Moving news and pushing pills

We are against Capital Punishment
– The Kent Ridge Common: Singaporeans who do not understand what ‘mandatory’ means

Daily Discourse
– TOC: An indoctrination process during NS
– Times They Are A-Changin’: The Big Apple Came Calling..

Life, the universe and everything
– Reflections and Ruminations: Forgive, but don’t forget [Thanks lary]
– Dee Kay Dot As Gee: Asian Civilisations Museum – Treasury of the World

Selected News Stories [Thanks Gerald Ho]
– Financial Times: Singapore aims to ease fears over immigration
– The Star: A credible challenge emerging
– Reuters: Five political risks to watch in Singapore
– BBC: Davos 2010: Soros calls for break-up of big banks
– NYT: How to Reform [US] Financial System
– NYT: Britain Warned Businesses of Threat of Chinese Spying
– NYT: Firm Brings Gene Tests to Masses
– Reuters: Breakdown of Toyota’s recalls by region
– Reuters: Muslim washing rite goes hi-tech with “wudu” machine
– Guardian: The new cars for the 2010 F1 Championship

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