Daily SG: 2 Feb 2015



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Not In My Backyard

– TOC: HDB & URA told me it had been done before: MP Lam Pin Min
– Blogging for Myself: You don’t want this MP: Lam Pin Min
– nofearSingapore: Sengkang Columbarium Model (SCM): Is this PAP’s Theory of Everything (ToE)?
– Everything Also Complain: Khaw Boon Wan citing Chinese opera Butterfly Lovers
– Singapore Notes: Life And Death Links
– MIKOspace: Singapore – The Phobia of Living Together
– Today Voices: Columbarium tender puzzling
– [FB] Tan Cheng Bock: How to make a U turn look straight?
– Mothership: Priceless expressions in parliament as Minister Khaw made reference to Chinese opera to explain the government’s slip

No Drinking After 10:30pm

– Bertha Harian: Over-REACHing
– Kent Ridge Common: Liquor Control Bill, Singapore (A boon or a bane?)
– Zhun Bo, Singapore?!: Call me an old fogey, but I’m intoxicated with the new liquor control bill

Healthcare

– The Heart Truths: My Thoughts on the Healthcare System in Singapore: It has to Take Care of Singaporeans
– TR Emeritus: Hospital bed crunch will ease: Who are we kidding?
– My Singapore News: Medishield Life – Not a comprehensive health plan for sure

Belabouring Labour Issues

– Rangosteen: Why are the unions in singapore non-militant?
– Five Stars and a Moon: Why is the NTUC involved in the running of businesses?

Alternative History

– New Mandala: Detention without trial: Going beyond Coldstore?

Daily Disclosure

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: S’poreans told to clean up FTs’ trash? PM so pro FTs meh?
– Dewdrop Notes: Beautiful Impersonators & Garbage City
– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: Not Getting Our Hands Dirty
– Top of the Word: Servile Joy at Commentary Against Singaporeans?
– Singapore 2B: Tolerating Freedom of Speech/Expression
– Samatha De Silva: MataCam
– Gintai_昇泰: Conversation with my pax: Tamil is King

A Vote for Change

– Pinkbear: Battle of the Red Dot: Who will be the next Prime Minister?
– Singapore General Elections 2016: Singapore Reform Party: A broken record …


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