Daily SG: 10 Jun 2016



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Alternative Media

– The Independent Singapore: The narrowing media space in Singapore

Foreigners In Our Midst

– Transitioning.org: Malaysian saying why they won’t convert to be Singaporean citizen
– Five Stars and a Moon: Killer maids have been making the news. Would you still hire a helper?

Banning the Internet

– The Middle Ground: Why no web: 16 online attacks on G since last year
– Bilahari Kausikan: Poor public communications, but cybersecurity threat is real
– TREmeritus: PSD is doing PAP no favors
– Yahoo! SG: Internet curbs for public servants about finding the ‘right balance’: PM Lee Hsien Loong

Transport Woes

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: SMRT: 75% pay cut more appropriate?

Staying Safe On Cyberspace

– Blogging For Myself: Internet Banking: Staying Safe

We Want Human LGBT Rights

– Mothership.sg: MHA saying no to foreign sponsorships for Pink Dot is 6 years late, it appears

Foreign Affairs

– TechinAsia: Why the Warcraft movie is breaking records in China even though it’s bad
– CogitAsia: Aung San Suu Kyi Sets Out to Find “Practical Solutions” in Rakhine State, & the World Should Help
– Popular Science: The Dragon Muscles In: Growing Number Of Victories In Chinese Arms Exports

Meet The Parents

– The Asian Parent: Family asked to leave plane because of daughter’s rare skin condition: A mum’s open letter

Daily Disclosure

– My Singapore News: Power and the exercise of Power
– Money Smart Blog: 4 Things Shopping Mall Landlords in Singapore Should Do With All Those Vacant Units
– Mr Smith: When I grow up!
– Dollars and Sense: 4 Fun Things To Do On The Train To Save Money
– Beatrice the Biologist: How Soap Works

Uniquely Singapore

– Living Investment: Wall Murals seen in Singapore
– joyloh.com: Street Art @ Tiong Bahru
– Janeeeee’s Blog: West Coast Park
– eastcoastlife: Making Teochew Durian Ba Chang

A Vote For Change

– Kirsten Han: Dear Jim Sleeper, Not Everything Is About Yale
– Mothership.sg: Presenting The Workers’ Party leadership team — in 140 characters each

Technology Bytes

– Vulcan Post: HoodChampions – Running Man, Facebook, And Carousell All Rolled Into One
– Alvinology: Singaporeans should DIY more so queues can move faster. Agree?

Investment Matters

– Mostly Economics: CFA exam’s toughest question: What’s the payoff of the course?


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