Daily SG: 9 Mar 2016

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Fallen Singaporean Sons

– All Singapore Stuff: SAF is not a heartless uncaring organisation, Don’t judge so quickly
– Philip Wu: A Letter To My Son Before He Enlists For National Service
– Little match girl: Lawsuit Struck Out
– My Singapore News: Dominique Sarron Lee – Was it negligence?

Alternative Media

– Mothership: Here’s how TRS editor Ai Takagi ran one of S’pore’s most visited websites
– New Nation: Voices of S’poreans is 50% Australian: One half of duo behind The Real Singapore charged is a foreigner

Foreigners in our Midst

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: IT: FTs verseus locals

Daily Disclosure

– Inconvenient Questions: Biculturalism and the Singapore Advantage
– Singapore National Service, Laws and Quirks: Why dual citizenship is now necessary in Singapore
– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: Provide More Information On Costs Of Past Parades
– Working With Grace: Meet Andrew Tang, The 25-Year-Old Who Is Running A Coffeeshop

A Vote for Change

– The Independent, SG: Founding member of NSP, Tan Chee Kien’s company among chicken distributors taken to task by competition watchdog

Uniquely Singapore

– The Middle Ground: An ode to xinyao: 6 reasons you should watch The Songs We Sang

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