Daily SG: 5 Nov 2012

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National Conversation #oursgconv

– petulantchild: And the competition starts now
– Arra’s World: First World Wayang, Third World Lynching
– guanyinmiao’s musings: Education In Singapore: Student-Led Conferences
– Lew Yan Liang: $5 an hour job – Can survive?
– Today: Why are Finland’s schools successful?

Defending OUR Lion City

– Military Studies at RSIS: Measuring Military Strength, How Much is Enough, and does Singapore Need Conscription?

$84,000 per annum income as a Cabby?

– The Void Decker: Maria Almenoar and the $7,000 hole she dug

Hougang By-Elections

– Prata Politics: Vellama and Ravi Lose Case, Yet Win, Donation Where
– Publichouse: She did not fight for herself
– Yahoo: Hougang resident spared from bearing legal costs

A Vote for Change?

– Leong Sze Hian: An analysis of the SDP Housing Plan
– Tan Kin Lian: Affordable housing – a new category of HDB flats
– Senang Diri: The magic of 2016: Winning hearts and minds for General Election 2016
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Countering the PAP’s justifications

“Human Rights? Are They Bankable”? – Lee Kuan Yew, 1984

– TOC: SMU Cancels Launch and Opening of ‘Handa Centre for Global Governance and Human Rights’ amid Centre’s name of ‘Human Rights’ in the title
– Today: SMU pulls plug on human rights centre
– Where Bears Roam Free: Shanmugam unwittingly confirms ISA is against Human Rights

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