Daily SG: 21 Dec 2015



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Countering the Terrorist Threat

– Fynding Noor: To Churches of Singapore. <3
– lukeyishandsome(dot)com: Daily thought: Why do we hate so much?
– All Singapore Stuff: “ISIS SUPPORTER” SENDS DEATH THREAT TO AMOS YEE FOR HIS ANTI-ISLAM COMMENTS

Foreign Affairs

– My Singapore News: Is Singapore turning against China?

Love/Hate Our Ministers

– Mothership.sg: Teo Ser Luck just got sabo-ed by the Ministry of Manpower
– Five Stars and a Moon: The bed post which got Singaporeans talking…
– Vulcan Post: Facebook Post By Minister Teo Ser Luck Goes Viral On Int’l Migrants Day For All The Wrong Reasons
– BBC: Singapore ministry criticised over ‘migrant gaffe’ Facebook post
– TR Emeritus: Don’t ‘cry-father-cry-mother’ over ministers’ pay
– New Nation: Mattress, pillow & common house lizard apologise for framing Minister of State for Manpower Teo Ser Luck

Housing

– Life of Singaporeans: HDB BTO asethetic defects is not HDB problem

Educate Our Youth

– Another dot in the blogosphere?: Do objectives ruin experiences?

The Heart Truths Of Libel Suits

– Mothership.sg: Judge becomes social media expert for a day and analyse the influence of Roy Ngerng
– TR Emeritus: Catherine Lim writes an open letter to PM Lee Hsien Loong

Foreigners in Our Midst

– The Middle Ground: The “what ifs” of a first-time maid employer – and maid

Daily Disclosure

– DIMSUMDOLLY: Work-life Blend
– Money Smart Blog: 5 Industries in Singapore That May Be Facing a Tougher 2016
– Blogging For Myself: Star Wars is everywhere
– Alvinology: The story of Auntie Shirley
– Mothership.sg: 12 X’mas gifts S’poreans hate to receive but still receive them constantly
– TheFinance.sg: This Is The 7-Year Historical Fund Performance of Singapore’s Insurance Companies
– miyagi.sg: The Last Minute Christmas Shopping Guide Part One

A Vote For Change

– Amos Yee: PPP filing a police report against calvin cheng shows that they are retarded
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Meng Seng plays with fire; links FTs to SGH tragedy


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