Daily SG: 1 Aug 2016



Credit: SGAG


Foreigners In Our Midst

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Uncle Redbean: PRCs not FTs

Singapore Crimes & Vices

– SDP: Despite repeated warnings, money-laundering is still a dangerous problem in Singapore

Transport Woes

– Loh and Behold: Beware Smiling Tigers
– The Kent Ridge Common: A Guide to Singaporean Driving
– Vicky’s Writings: MRT

Mind Our Own Business

– TechinAsia: 23 startups in Asia that caught our eye
– Working With Grace: 5 Best PR Firms In Singapore
– TechieLobang: Kickstarter Coming to Singapore and Hong Kong Soon

We Want Free Speech!

– The Online Citizen: New amendments meaningless if fundamentals are not steered in the “right direction”

Singapore Arts Scene

– pianomania: SSO CONCERT: A NIGHT ON BROADWAY / Review

Health Check

– The New Age Parents: Hidden Sugars In Packaged Food And Drinks

A Vote For Change

– Iron Bowl: Singapore is like a Ferrari owned by a 71 year old woman

Love/Hate Our Public Servants

– likedatosocanmeh: 20160730 Think AGO report is not a wayang? Think again
– The Independent Singapore: Teacher allegedly warned by MOE not to protest unfair treatment and risk landing in trouble
– SG Truth: MAS Continue to Screw Up In Spite of Foreign Talent In-Charge

Educate Our Young

– The Singapore Beacon: NUS Running Scared : All Orientation Camps Cancelled
– The Middle Ground: NUS orientation: We need to talk about consent
– Another dot in the blogosphere?: Learning, not spectating
– Zit Seng: A Crisis for One NUS
– Growing your tree of prosperity: What does Trump, Brexit and NUS Freshman Orientation have in common ?
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Stop this ragging
– Under The Angsana Tree: Sexualized Freshman Orientations at NUS
– i eat giants for breakfast: orientations and the issues of social programming
– TREmeritus: I have lesser respect for NUS students now
– S M Ong: Minister says ‘ejaculate’, thanks to rapey NUS freshman orientation games
– lukeyishandsome(dot)com: The NUS Orientation Saga: Everyone is looking for someone to blame
– New Nation: NUS students have 1 free week to organise own orgies outside campus after Orientation Week cancelled
– Mothership.sg: NUS Students’ Union apologises to students, admits it had no say when orientation suspended

Meet The Parents

– The Asian Parent: Singaporean parents make the toughest decision of their life, pulling off their 14-month-old from life support

Foreign Affairs

– Blogging For Myself: US Presidential Elections: Christian Wahabbism
– The Useless Tree: Freedom and Gender in China Now
– Din Merican: Racial and Religious Politics prevalent in Malaysia

Daily Disclosure

– S M Ong: My first Tri-Factor race: Run 6km, swim 500m, run 6km
– chickenbackside: Ready to take on the world! (lessons learnt while makin mistakes in the newsroom meeep)
– A Singaporean In Australia: Perth Will Never Feel like Home
– Salary.sg: How the Family Courts in Singapore Determine Custody of Children in a Divorce

Singapore Food Paradise

– Miss Tam Chiak: Open Farm Community – Farm-To-Table Concept in Singapore
– ladyironchef: What Is A Singapore Sling – A Simple History of The Iconic Local Cocktail
– The Halal Food Blog: Kirah’s Cake Bars
– CAMEMBERU: Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet at Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore

Technology Bytes

– Rainbow Coin: Stocks app review – Call Levels
– Miss Tam Chiak: Baba Melaka – Affordable Peranakan Dishes in a Coffeeshop

Uniquely Singapore

– Mothership.sg: S’pore to build 400-room hotel in the heart of Mandai nature area

Investment Matters

– Ryan Goh: Investing 101: If you aren’t willing to invest the time and the effort, go passive
– The Motley Fool Singapore: Latest Earnings From CDL Hospitality Trusts: What Investors Should Know
– Create Wealth Through Long-Ter Investing And Short-Term Trading: What Do You Really Know The Main Difference Between Growth Dividend Stocks and Income Stock Like S-REITs??
– Living Investment: Debt-to-Equity Ratios of REITS and Business Trusts


Browse through our dailies to read what Singaporean bloggers are saying.

[related-posts]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *