Daily SG: 30 May 2016



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Do you speak Singlish?

– S M Ong: Singlish debate redux: Gwee Li Sui is the new Phua Chu Kang sans yellow boots
– The Middle Ground: Hey, are you a Chinese helicopter?
– Everything Also Complain: ‘Chinese helicopter’ degrading to Chinese-educated Singaporeans

Regardless of Race, Language or Religion

– Singapore 2B: Racist Chinese?

Alternative Media

– SDP: SDP calls for fairness in implementation of Cooling-off Day regulations
– Rachel Zeng: What’s wrong, ELD?
– crazyrandomchatter: Totally baffled by ELD’s police reports
– The Middle Ground: Shake-up in the online space
– Mothership.sg: Here are the posts that allegedly violated the Bukit Batok by-election cooling-off day rules

It’s the economy, stupid!

– Mostly Economics: Keynesianism is the most successful and pernicious hoax in the history of economic thought…

Singapore’s Diplomatic Relations

– Singapore 2025: Foreign Policy and the Opposition: A Response to Mr Bilahari Kausikan

We Want Human LGBT Rights

– My Singapore News: Lawrence Khong – Belief versus Conviction

Foreign Affairs

– My Singapore News: China warns G7 to stay out of South China Sea dispute
– CogitAsia: CogitAsia Podcast: How to Build an Artificial Island

Educate Our Youth

– Another dot in the blogosphere?: Filling the gaps?
– Empty Vessel: What are we doing to our children?
– Chronicles of a Singaporean Indian Girl: Of farewells.

Daily Disclosure

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Long term, anything can happen
– New Nation: 5-hour queue for Pokemon cafe at Bugis Junction signal no need for mature democracy in S’pore
– Singsaver.com.sg: 3 Money Topics to Discuss Before You and Your Beau Get Serious
– Vulcan Post: If You’re Still Comparing Hotel Prices By Opening Multiple Tabs, You’re Doing It All Wrong

A Vote For Change

– TREmeritus: A contrast between democracy and “natural aristocracy”
– Mothership.sg: Workers’ Party leadership election: Predicting Low Thia Khiang’s dream team this Sunday
– Growing your tree of prosperity: Engage Singapore politics by understanding more about WWE.

Technology Bytes

– TechinAsia: There could be a unicorn in one of these 14 Japanese startups

Either/Or: Civil Society Activism/Politics

– Ministry of Home Affairs: Execution of Convicted Murderer

Investment Matters

– TheFinance.sg: Retail REITs – An Unique SG Story
– Alex Lew Yan Liang: Buying a home – Some simple tips
– Dollars and Sense: Is This Commodity In The Midst Of An Epic Price Bubble?


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