Daily SG: 20 Sep 2016



Credit: Thomas Timlen


It’s the economy, stupid!

– Vulcan Post: 7 In 10 Singaporeans Don’t Know This Brutal Work Fact
– Mostly Economics: Trade globalisation in the last two centuries..
– The Independent Singapore: Singapore’s ‘rich-but-not-really-rich’

Church Leaders Get Rich or Die Tryin’

– Blogging For Myself: CHC: All brain washed
– Thoughts of Real Singaporeans: City Harvest Trial: Serina Wee said that spending church money on Sun Ho’s music career was not wrong

Alternative Media

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Why access to the truth has not set S’poreans free

Singapore Sports Scene

– Mothership.sg: Singapore Airlines rewards Paralympic medalists with KrisFlyer miles, takes a proper picture with them

The Elected Presidency

– The Middle Ground: Tuesdays at Ipster Cafe: Rubberstamp requirements

A Vote For Change

– likedatosocanmeh: 20160920 Discard the “35% swing voters” myth, opposition parties need new strategy

CPF

– guanyinmiao’s musings: Singapore’s Financial Literacy Problem

Foreign Affairs

– Dot Seng: How did Trump come this far?

Daily Disclosure

– TechinAsia: People are hating Grab’s new ad in Indonesia
– Crisis Communication in the Era of Social Media: Crisis Management: Zombies

Learn To Love To Read

– Parka Blogs: Book Review: The Urban Sketchbook: Get Out, Walk, Observe, Draw, Lose Yourself, Create
– Money Smart: Just How Much is The Great Singapore (Graphic) Novel Really Worth?

Bread and Butter

– Studentry.sg: Cheap date ideas for every couple

Singapore Food Paradise

– mitsueki: Review | Yums Box Singapore (October 2016) + DISCOUNT CODE!
– Miss Tam Chiak: 11 Amazing Places to Eat around Tanglin Halt
– Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow: $300K Tiger Street Food Support Fund for Hawkers and Complimentary Dining Vouchers for Customers

The Travel Bug

– e27: Travel app usage is soaring, but consumers are restless
– lady j’s musings: Travel to Osaka (with kids): Research on Universal Studios Japan

Investment Matters

– The New Savvy: Endowment Plans In Singapore: Insurance 101
– The Motley Fool Singapore: How To Get Ready For A US Rate Rise?


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