It’s the economy, stupid!
– Mostly Economics: Our disastrous monetary system: A new must-read book
– My Singapore News: Smart nation, stupid people – Too big to lose
Singapore Sports Scene
– RunEatGossip: Cheap and Good – Healthy Carbs
A Vote For Change
– SDP: Eugenics in Singapore
– The Middle Ground: Cleaning up the Town Council Act. It’s about time!
– Loh and Behold: Amateur Hour
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: SMRT: Taxpayers get screwed
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Brexiters and Aljunied residents
– The Online Citizen: Unusually late publication of the AGO report 2015/2016
Educate Our Young
Meet The Parents
– The Asian Parent: Yoga classes in Singapore that will keep both mummy and baby fit!
– Dotseng: Why 1 MDB will never go away
– The Useless Tree: Confucian Rationality and Its Modern Fate
– chickenbackside: Joining Miss Singapore International / Supranational 2016
– S M Ong: Please invite me to your wedding, Glenn Ong (I missed your first two)
– Blogging For Myself: Minmalism: The War on Stuff
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: How I landed yet another role in a major UK ad campaign
Singapore Food Paradise
– New Nation: S’porean hawkers recognise Michelin Guide by awarding it certificate of participation
– Miss Tam Chiak: Noshery – A Quaint Cafe Tucked at Rochester Park
– Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow: Izakaya Nijumaru 居酒屋二重丸, Cuppage Plaza: Wow. Restaurant Occupied 1/4 of the Floor
– The Halal Food Blog: SilkAir – All-Time Favourites Business Class Menu
– Aaron’s Maniacal Musings: Takagi Ramen Review
– Ed Unloaded: Michelin Hawker List – Does Singapore Need one?
– TechinAsia: Razer boss “astounded” by Singapore government’s attitude towards Pokemon Go
– Vulcan Post: #NotSurprised: Singapore Government Wants To Monitor Pokemon GO
– The Singapore Beacon: Pokemon : Go Or No Go?
Bread and Butter
– Singsaver.com.sg: 5 Ways Singaporean Girls Can Make Money From Their Closet
– Transitioning.org: Why the current IT sector has little local representation
– The Motley Fool Singapore: 3 Companies Paying Dividends This Week
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