Daily SG: 24 Sep 2013

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Strangers in a Strange Land

– Yahoo! SG: SMEs, NTUC welcome tighter MOM rules on foreign skilled labour
– The Independent, Singapore: Finally, Singaporeans First
– Breakfast Network: A Singaporean-first job market
– TOC: Foreign Workers Policy and New Employment Rules
– Ravi Philemon: Nothing like competition to make the PAP listen better
– A Gen Y’s Challenge to survive on a little red dot: Fairer Go For Singaporeans?
– My Singapore News: The Fair Consideration Framework (FCF) consideration
– Sgpolitics.net: Fair Consideration Framework for employment does not protect lower income Singaporeans
– The Bullshit Politician: Mass import Foreigners is “Quantitative Easing”

Educate Our Youth

– Breakfast Network: It’s a scholarship – not a bursary
– PetuniaLee™: Root of the Tuition Craze
– Catch 40 Winks: My Response to Comments from ‘A Fairy Tale Module in Primary 1′
– Blogging for Myself: Tuition: 90 marks is never enough
– SGbangla: Problem: Those who can’t, teach

Singapore Inc is happy, Singaporeans however…

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Why rising inequality shows that things are working
– The Heart Truths: Singapore Has The Lowest Wage Share Among High-Income Countries

Daily Disclosure

– Yahoo! SG: Comment: Is it possible for Singaporeans to be grateful complainers?
– Where Bears Roam Free: Hypocrisy of anti-ISA campaigners

Uniquely Singapore

– The Long and Winding Road: A light where there was only darkness: The Changi Murals

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