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Daily SG: 23 Apr 2012

(Cartoon Credit: The Sketch Times )

Pinky PM Lee on Facebook!
– Singapore Life & Times: Face it, PM
– Publichouse: Live in my 3-room flat: Martyn See to PM Lee

Singapore’s World Class Public Transport
– ALVINOLOGY: Transports Woes in Singapore
– Yours Toothfully by Dr Chan Joon Yee: Beyond The Yellow Line
– Andrew Loh: Pity Mr Lui but he deserves some credit

Defending OUR Lion City
– Yongcong Choy’s FB: In Polite and Vehement Objection to ‘Singaporeans Too Weak? LOL’ – For all our NSFs/NSmen past, present, future.
– BlinkyMummy: NS for Female Singaporeans (Fiction la! Fiction! Dun Panic!)
– The Blue Sweater: Two Years of Our Time (and More): Pain and Passion
– New Asia Republic: The death of Pte Lee Rui Feng in perspective

Underaged Services
– Holly Jean: The Teenage Prostitute Hoohah
– Loh and Behold: Shame that Slut!
– Everything Also Complain: Miss XXX who is under 18 years of age
– Where Bears Roam Free: Underage prostitution scandal – offenders should admit guilt, plead leniency
– Vicky’s Writings: How to talk to your kids abour sex

Strangers in a Strange Land
– Gintai: Is this my Singapore? My home and my country?

Educate Our Youth
– Metacog: The Curious Case of Alvin Wang’s NUS Appeal [Thanks Alex]
– guanyinmiao’s musings: School-Based Community Service In Singapore: The Community Involvement Programme (Part Two)
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Alvin Wang: why do you want a degree?

Daily Disclosure
– Article 14: That US 4 billion to the IMF: Is it unconstitutional?
– Kidon’s Den: The Minimum Wage is a Terrible Idea
– Publichouse: Ambassador’s smug take on illiberal democracy

– TOC: Chiam See Tong: Government treats CPF as a business

Uniquely Singapore
– Remember Singapore: A Walk Through The Old Neighbourhood – Serangoon Gardens

– Wall Street Journal: Singapore Start-Up Cashes In on Saving Emails [Thanks Adrian]

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