Daily SG: 1 Dec 2016

Credit: Kuanyewism

Foreigners In Our Midst

– TWC2: Bangladeshi cleaner electrocuted while washing floor
– The Online Citizen: Third edition of Migrant Worker Poetry Competition to be held on 11 December

Countering The Terrorist Threat

– My Singapore News: The fate of ISIS is sealed

Meet The Parents

– cheekiemonkie: Year-End School Holidays Activities for Kids 2016 (December Edition)

Singapore’s Diplomatic Relations

– The Independent Singapore: ‘Why threaten China with legal proceedings?’ social activist questions Defence Minister
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: If this true, why are we still training in Taiwan?
– The Online Citizen: DPM Tharman appointed as Chairman of the Group of Thirty
– New Nation: S’pore to celebrate Tanksgiving Day on Nov. 23 every year, make it a public holiday

Daily Disclosure

– Mothership.sg: Items to hand carry, check in on flight, according to Civil Aviation Authority of S’pore
– Musings From the Lion City: Bye Bye

Bread and Butter

– Salary.sg: How to save on a resale flat renovation project

Singapore Food Paradise

– Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow: Best Food 2016 Part IV: 10 Best Casual Restaurants For Gatherings ($20-$50)
– ladyironchef: Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore – A Budget-Friendly Festive Buffet From S$58++ For Two
– little Joy: The Hakka Stall
– TheSmartLocal: Bukit Panjang Plaza Is the Next Supper Hot Spot, Open till 1AM

The Travel Bug

– MoneySmart.sg: The 3 Most Bang for Buck Travel Insurance Policies in Singapore

Uniquely Singapore

– Mothership.sg: Google Earth timelapse shows how much S’pore has evolved from 1984 to 2016
– Merlion Wayfarer: Merry Medley at Gardens By The Bay

Technology Bytes

– Vulcan Post: Netflix FINALLY Lets You Download Shows, So Your Data Plans Can Now Breathe Easy
– TechieLobang: M1, Singtel, StarHub to adopt GSMA’s Mobile Connect Authentication Standard

Mind Our Own Business

– e27: Leave aside unicorns and cockroaches — become a business first

Investment Matters

– Eight percent per annum: Hierarchy of Financial Needs

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