Daily SG: 20 Jun 2016



Credit: The Middle Ground


Don’t Call Us Strawberries!

– Money Smart Blog: 3 Reasons Young Singaporeans are Shunning Traditional Jobs for Entrepreneurship

Defending Our Lion City

– TREmeritus: NSmen should be given education subsidies, rather than ASEAN scholars!

Cooling Off Day

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Jason Chua investigated, so what?

Regardless of Race, Language or Religion

– The Independent Singapore: Singaporean Indian man faced racist comments from 5-year-old child in MRT
– New Nation: S’pore’s politics must remain above race, religion but not extra-marital affairs

Alternative Media

– The Independent Singapore: STOMP article on child abuse in Mcdonald’s misleads readers that it happened in Singapore

Educate Our Youth

– Another dot in the blogosphere?: Give us a break? Take our own!

We Want Human LGBT Rights

– The Middle Ground: G’s response on foreign sponsorship doesn’t clarify anything

We Want Free Speech!

– The Online Citizen: Singapore: Government critics, bloggers and human rights defenders penalised for speaking out

Foreign Affairs

– TechinAsia: After the success of Warcraft, China’s next game-movie blockbuster is obvious
– Yahoo! SG: COMMENT: China splits a leaderless, rudderless Asean

Daily Disclosure

– Seksi Matashutyrmouf: Freedom
– Dollars and Sense: How McDonald’s Is Getting You To Spend More, And Making You Feel Happy About It.
– The Kent Ridge Common: Dealing with being ‘Average’
– Loh and Behold: Rent a Friend, Amputate your Legs, and Kill your Lover
– Reflections and Ruminations: On reaching 15 years of priestly service

Uniquely Singapore

– RunEatGossip: Sembawang Hot Spring
– S M Ong: ‘Repulsive’: Orange Is The New Black cafeteria promo glamorises prison food
– Working With Grace: How Singaporeans Reject Credit Card Promoters

Investment Matters

– Investment Moats: The One Simple Way you can Make 100-200% Return with Little Risk
– Rolf Suey: Gold and Silver – History always repeat itself (Part 3)

Technology Bytes

– TechinAsia: WeChat and Line just got sued (and more could be coming)


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