Daily SG: 25 May 2016

Credit: Evacomics

Amos Yee

– The Online Citizen: Timeline of Amos Yee’s latest arrest by the Singapore Police Force over Section 298 of penal code

Foreigners In Our Midst

– the singapore beacon: Migrant Workers And Alcoholism

Do you speak Singlish?

– TheSmartLocal: 18 Singlish Slangs We Used To Say That Have Gone Extinct
– mrbrown: Audio: Minister Midas and the Say No to Singlish hotline
– ST Forum: Singlish must not be allowed to displace Standard English
– crazyrandomchatter: Wah… need to have PhD to speak Singlish leh!
– The Independent Singapore: Who else besides PhD holders are qualified to use Singlish in Singapore?
– Top of the Word: Singapore Right in Rebutting NYT Piece on Singlish
– New Nation: Fine S’poreans for using Singlish

Educate Our Youth

– Dollars and Sense: How Affordable Are Overseas Universities Compared To Local Universities?

Technology Bytes

– TechinAsia: NuTonomy raises $16m to launch ‘world’s 1st driverless taxi service’ in Singapore


– Leong Sze Hian: 14% price differential – BTO vs Resale Index?

Daily Disclosure

– Zit Seng’s Blog: LTA Needs To Up Their Online Smartness
– Five Stars and a Moon: 5 Things you need to know about Rotavirus
– Alvinology: The Parcel Phone Scam and Why You Must Know About It
– superadrianme.com: Reasons Why You Should Watch Les Misérables in Singapore
– Money Smart Blog: 8 Types of Enrichment Classes Kiasu Singaporean Parents of Babies Can Spend Money On

Regardless of Race, Language or Religion

– Balderdash: The Malay Ideals: lndolence Perpetuated (On Malays Being Lazy)

A Vote For Change

– The Middle Ground: Tough for Dr Chee to spar with the Chiams
– My Singapore News: Who would lead Singapore in the next lap after LKY?
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: MU’s woes foreshadow S’pore’s woes post PAP

Investment Matters

– Dollars and Sense: Different Portfolios You Should Know About
– Vulcan Post: P2P Funding In Singapore – Here’s A Look At How It Stacks Up Against Bank Loans
– SingSaver.com.sg: Why Financial Advice for Rich Singaporeans Won’t Work For You

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