Daily SG: 11 Oct 2013



Humour: Nini and Polah Cartoon


Educate Our Youth

– Everything Also Complain: Children burning schoolwork after PSLE
– Alpha Male Syndrome: First you burn books; next you bury scholars?
– WonderPeace: Burning of PSLE assessment books/paper
– The Kam Family: Tuition? Would you?
– SGbangla: Tuition vs. Schools
– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: Making Sense Of Teacher Feedback

Section 377A (What is Section 377A?)

– Yahoo! SG: Court of Appeal allows anti-gay law challenges to be heard
– TOC: S377A – Tan Eng Hong will have his day in court
– The Independent, Singapore: Why the CJ shouldn’t hear the 377a appeal
– I on Singapore: Court of Appeal Does Right By Tan Eng Hong: Joint hearing for section 377A appeals

Integrity · Service · Excellence

– Where Bears Roam Free: PAP’s high pay system fails to prevent corruption
– Mothership: Did the love for pineapple tarts do ex-Foreign Affairs Chief of Protocol in?
– A Singaporean in Melbourne: Former chief of Protocol at the Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs charged with embezzling over 8,000 Pineapple tarts

Defending Our Lion City

– The Blue Sweater: Two Years of Our Time: Some Thoughts for a Member of the 1.5%
– The Independent, Singapore: Why today’s bosses don’t love NS

Transport Woes

– SG Wealth Builder: Our COE System
– A Singaporean In Australia: Lee Bee Wah The Awarded Cunt

The White Paper & the ‘Singaporean Core’

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: GG crashes: new Indian chief needed?

Strangers in a Strange Land

– TOC: Indonesia put Singapore to shame on rules to protect locals

Singapore Inc is happy, Singaporeans however…

– My Singapore News: We are Singaporeans, not opposition

Regardless of Race, Language or Religion

– AreshaOnline: Losing the “Race” for Real Racial Harmony in Singapore

Daily Disclosure

– Singapolitics: What if the Singapore Government shuts down?
– Breakfast Network: Alarm bells over SingTel fire
– Andrew Loh: Stat board offers settlement, promises not to sue blogger

A Vote for Change (Singapore)

– The Heart Truths: Interview: The Future Of Singapore’s Governance


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