Daily SG: 12 Jul 2010

YOG
– TOC: YOG – another farce?
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: Why the YOG will be a big success…
– Ravi Philemon: Why invite former stripper to choreograph part of opening ceremony of YOG?

Countdown to Elections
– The Temasek Review: WP – What has become now of a party that was the champion of the underdogs?
– Balderdash: Free Elections vs Fair Elections
– TOC: Gerald Giam – taking politics beyond the Internet

We are against capital punishment
– Yawning Bread on WordPress:New book puts death penalty on trial
– Singapore Notes: Refining The Art Of Mocking The Law
– Rachel Zeng: A case of amnesia?
– singularity industries: Death Penalty Book Banned In Singapore

Singaporeans are fed, up with progress!
– Singapore Life and Times: Broken Words

Strangers in a Strange Land
– Siew Kum Hong: Doesn’t one-third passing mean two-thirds failing?
– Singapore Dino: PAP uses comic to promote pro-foreigner policies

Ministars Get Rich or Die Tryin
– The Mind Game: The link between salaries and corruption?

Twilight in Paradise
– i have succumbed to peer pressure: High Growth Rates vs Total Fertility Rates.

Healthcare & Healthcare Providers
– nofearSingapore: Singapore Healthcare- Collective response from some Gleneagles specialists
– Ravi Philemon: Unfair discrimination of overweight staff in Singapore hospitals

Re education
– Don’t sue me: I love the system

The Gospel of Harry
– TOC: Do not print pictures of me smiling – Lee Kuan Yew

Daily Discourse
– Open Contours: Arts Engage: The Bigger Conversation
– Readings From A Political Duo-ble: Time to question ISA detention (again)
– TOC: NKF – the neverending need to raise funds?
– New Asia Republic: The Wandering Swordsman on Singapore Society
– ST Forum: Give kids space to play

Life, the universe and everything
– guanyinmiao’s musings: Catherine Lim’s Little Ironies: Stories Of Singapore
– Cooler Insights: We Are All Stars @ Singapore Blog Awards 2010
– TOC: Things we forget

Selected News Stories
– Bernama: Be Open About Singapore’s Investment In Johor, Says Najib
– The Economist: Froth and stagnation
– New Straits Times: Pulau Pisang to be gazetted as part of Johor
– The Star: Past exam papers hot items
– Reuters: 5 Questionable Arguments Against the Double-Dip
– MarketWatch: 2011 Kia Sorento EX
– John Russell: Southeast Asia dominates Facebook’s fastest growing list
– NYT The Lede: ‘If FIFA Applied Sharia Law’

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *