Daily SG: 26 May 2016

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Amos Yee

– The Independent Singapore: Amos Yee makes video to hurt Muslims, but the community’s too mature for him

It’s the economy, stupid!

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Big breasts like triple A status and budget surpluses have a downside
– Mostly Economics: How Capitalism created modern motherhood..
– Mothership.sg: GIC’s history is intertwined with Singapore’s economic development. Here’s how.

Singapore’s Vices

– My Singapore News: BSI – Would Singapore teach the Americans how to run a clean financial system?

We Want Human LGBT Rights

– The Independent Singapore: Pink Dot vs Wear White – What’s with the trench warfare?

Do you speak Singlish?

– Yahoo! SG: COMMENT: Gahmen, don’t like that leh
– 2ECONDSIGHT: Singlish vs Standard English: I say, RELAK, lah!

Foreign Affairs

– My Singapore News: Japan deserves an apology for the Atomic bombs?
– The Middle Ground: What President Trump would do to our wallets
– Balderdash: Sticks and Stones

Technology Bytes

– Vulcan Post: Tech Shows Are Upon Us Again. Here Are 10 Items You DO NOT Need More Of.

Singapore Arts Scene

– superadrianme.com: Chinese Theatre Circle – Intrigues in the Qing Imperial Court 17 March

Daily Disclosure

– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Why do some people find it easier than others to change their accents?
– Desparatebeep: “Excuse me, can you tell me if she’s a horrible person or nice person who doesn’t have the muscles in her face to smile.”
– guanyinmiao’s musings: Randall Munroe’s “What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions”

Uniquely Singapore

– Money Smart Blog: 6 of Singapore’s Best Malls For Bargain Hunters Looking For a Good Deal
– The Long Winding Road: Singapore in the 1960s – three blasts from the past
– Singapore through my eyes: Lunch at Sanpoutei Ramen

A Vote For Change

– SDP: A falsehood that SDP broke agreement on secret meeting. Here’s proof

Either/Or: Civil Society Activism/Politics

– Singapore 2B: Life and Death

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