Daily SG: 23 Mar 2010

We are against Capital Punishment
– TOC: When discretion could have saved a life: The case of Rozman bin Jusoh
– TOC: Presumed, presumption, deemed – and we take your life

Countdown to Elections
– The Temasek Review: Frustrated Singaporean wants walkovers to be banned in the next general election

Housing Singaporeans
– Singapore Alternatives: HDB for retirement financing? Think again..

Strangers in a Strange Land
– The Temasek Review: How uncontrolled immigration can destroy a nation: A comparative case study of the Korean kingdoms of Balhae (渤海) and Silla (新羅)

ERPains, Trains & Automobiles
– ambiguity: MRT Screen Doors: (Insert Synonym For Stupid Here)

– New Asia Republic: Religion and pluralism in a divided world
– Trapper’s Swamp: Christian Post attacks “secular society” again

Re education
– guanyinmiao’s musings: Introducing A Joint Singapore Universities Application System

Daily Discourse
– The Temasek Review: One in three poly or varsity graduate on contract job
– Michael Fernandez: The Scars of Detention
– The Asia File: US ambassador rows back from Singapore democracy comments

Life, the universe and everything
– The Long and Winding Road: Where a car once plunged into the sea: The Mata jetty in Sembawang
– Dee Kay Dot As Gee: Standard Time by Mark Formanek
– Irreligious: Sports and spirituality: Uncle C. Kunalan

– Moving Higher In Souped-up Heuristically Agon Moment: L’OREAL Beauty Sale
– XinYun @ SG: Event: Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day

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