Daily SG: 12 Oct 2015

Credit: Mr. Brown

Singapore’s Diplomatic Relations

– The Middle Ground: Shylock of SEA: Who? Us?
– TOC: S’pore diplomat read M’sian ground wrong, says LSE professor
– Blogging for Myself: Bersih 4: Bilahari Kausikan reckless show off
– MIKOspace: Malaysian Race Relations – Stockholm Syndrome Emerged
– 否极泰来 Piji Tailai: Singapore Regional Foreign Policy: No Friends, No Credit.

Hep C Outbreak

– TR Emeritus: Human error in hospitals, don’t play play
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: SGH Hep C Case: I don’t want to hear you complain, you voted for this.
– New Nation: 70% of S’poreans agree SGH Hepatitis C outbreak is no one’s fault

The Haze is back again.

– Loh and Behold: Let’s Withdraw our Offer to Help
– Singapore 2B: Conversations over the weekend – All about the Haze

Educate Our Youth

– The Middle Ground: PSC – Please Steer Clear?

Defending Our Lion City

– Senang Diri: Failure of Israeli military deterrence against lone wolf attacks holds pertinent lessons for Singapore

Daily Disclosure

– Inconvenient Questions: Stage three (hawker) food cancer?
– Everything Also Complain: GrabTaxi’s sexist ‘Love Boobs?’ campaign
– Singapore National Service, Laws and Quirks: Emigration is key to survival for true blue Singaporeans
– Of Kids and Education: What’s in a name?
– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: Raising Awareness Of Mental Illness
– We Believe in 2nd Chances: Is it time for Singapore to have a pardons board?

A Vote for Change

– Yee Jenn Jong: A response to Straits Times: My wonderful Team Marine Blue
– Mapped Musings: GE 2015: The Politics of Our Environment – An Overview of Political Parties’ Environmental Policy Platforms
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Roy: Cannot be relied on
– Singapore Alternatives: Press Statement on SGH Hepatitis C Mass Infections

Uniquely Singapore

– Mothership: There’s a lonely cow on Coney Island. Do not attempt to feed, milk or eat it. Thank you.
– New Nation: Coney Island cow: ‘S’poreans who eat beef but still act friendly towards me are hypocrites’
– Joyloh.com: Kallang Gas Works & The Mystical Tree House

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