Daily SG: 22 Oct 2013

Credit: Evacomics

SMRT’s smart move?

– Gintai_昇泰 : Reflections on my termination
– A Singaporean In Australia: 18 Years of Silence, 18 Years of Pain
– Aaron Koh: SMRT Terminates Services Of Its Most Prolific Blogging Train Driver
– My Singapore News: Gintai lost his job as a train driver

Singaporeans First

– TOC: Enforcing “Fair Employment” needs more bite
– Andrew Loh: Comment: Foreigners in our midst in Singapore

Strangers in a Strange Land

– I on Singapore: Laudable Calm and Moderation: Response to use of religious fire pit in Toa Payoh for barbecues
– WonderPeace: PM Lee’s CC and FT

Regardless of Race, Language or Religion

– TR Emeritus: Religion Rising in Singapore?
– Breakfast Network: Slashing the veil of privacy
– Fadhuli Taufek: My 2 cents on “Hijabs to be allowed in the Singapore workforce”

Defending Our Lion City

– Everything Also Complain: Joseph Schooling deferring NS for 2 years

Educate Our Youth

– Five Stars and a Moon: Don’t let exams decide your fate
– Blogging for Myself: Education: The burden of being Chinese
– The Playful Parents: SG Education: A Survivor’s Tale

Either/Or: Civil Society Activism/Politics

– Singapolitics: Louis Ng: ‘Pushing the Govt into a corner will backfire’
– The Independent, Singapore: NGOs Part 3: PAP MP responds

Daily Disclosure

– TOC: When the mainstream media “cause anxiety by spreading rumours”
– Breakfast Network: Teletexting elderly woes
– 否极泰来 Piji Tailai: Intellectual Critics Not Enough!
– Singapore Recalcitrant: A Slap in the Face or a Smack on the Wrist?

Uniquely Singapore

– Ghetto Singapore: Albert Mall Street Vendors

A Vote for Change

– The Void Decker: PM succession doesn’t have to follow old ways
– Anyhow Hantam: Remembering Singapore’s Lion of Democracy – J B Jeyaretnam (Part 2)

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