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Daily SG: 18 Feb 2013




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The White Paper & the ‘Singaporean Core’

– Sheri Ramli Hogan: “Back from the ‘protest’ at Hong Lim Park”
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: PM should try changing the way he makes decisions and communicates
– Singapore Recalcitrant: The Population White Paper Conundrum
– Of Kids and Education: Baby maybe
– Bertha Harian: Reporting Hong Lim Park
– The Lycan Times 狼人時報: Afterthoughts – Say “No” to an overpopulated Singapore
– A Yummy Slice of Life: More Myths in the Great Population Debate
– The Expository: The Population White Paper: The Government Should Have Just Kept Its Mouth Shut (and do something about it)
– Want some tau huay?: Singaporeans, no longer just keyboard warriors
– Iron Bowl: Protest at Hong Lim Park #Singapore on 16 Feb 2013
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: Protest at Hong Lim Park 16 Feb 2013
– Ben Leong: Why the Population White Paper is Ill-Conceived
– Anyhow Hantam: A Papal Lesson For The PAP?
– Singapore In General: Hong Kong should take its cue from Singapore for a sound population policy
– Ravi Philemon: We may be the last Philemons – my speech at ‘Say ‘No’ to an overpopulated Singapore’
– 少年子弟江湖老: 擦枪走火的擦边球
– Yawningbread: Five thousand gather to protest population White Paper
– The Heart Truths: Reflections On The Protest Against The Population White Paper: Part 2
– Jentrified Citizen: Shame on our Mainstream Media for failing its readers and Singaporeans
– Publichouse: Complicated issues, emotive people
– Sgpolitics: 5,000 turn up at Hong Lim to reject population white paper
– David Teo Boon Hwee: The Voice of the People
– BBC: Rare mass rally over Singapore immigration plans [Thanks Adrian]

Integrity · Service · Excellence

– Prata Politics: Ng Boon Gay is Free to Go

The Gospel of Lee

– Bernard Leong: The Irony of Lee Kuan Yew’s “Insightful” Worldview
– Inspiration: Please Pray For Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

Infoblogamus

– Holly Jean: My Married Name and New NRIC


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