Daily SG: 13 Nov 2017



Credit: Dami Lee / As Per Usual


History of Singapore

– MothershipSG: Sembawang Hot Spring water used to be sold as drinks called ‘Zombun’ & ‘Seletaris’

Daily Disclosure

– MothershipSG: Harvard College cancels Amos Yee’s talk
– Must Share News: Hiap Hoe Buys Orchard Towers For $162 Million
– RSIS: CO17213 | Islam with Progress: Muhammadiyah and Moderation in Islam
– The Online Citizen: MOH’s adverseness against alternative tobacco products is “religious” in nature against scientific fact and logic
– LIFT: Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Plain cigarette packaging – would it work?

Singapore’s World Class Public Transport

– SM Ong: Why 30-year-old MRT system is looking its age: Rodents and missing cable tabs?
– Dotseng: DSTA to help trains run better in Singapore?

Human Rights

– The Online Citizen: High Court: Migrant worker should be paid basic salary as stated in In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter
– Spuddings: Space, Wherever We Can Get It

Bread and Butter

– Value Penguin: Personal Line of Credit vs. Personal Loan: What’s the Difference?

Technology Bytes

– Popular Science: A psychologist explains why those Facebook product ads are so darn compelling
– e27: How the Moment app turned my phone back into a tool
– ZDnet: Logitech: We are bricking your Harmony Link but we’ll give you a free Hub instead

Singapore Food Paradise

– Lady Iron Chef: THE BETTERSHIP – NEW SASHIMI & DONBURI EATERY AT THE CATHAY
– Lady Iron Chef: 8 HALAL DESSERT SPOTS AROUND SULTAN MOSQUE YOU MUST TRY AT LEAST ONCE
– Daniel Food Diary: Quanjude 全聚德 – Famous Beijing Roast Duck Restaurant Opening In Singapore, At 313@somerset
– Vulcan Post: This S’porean-Swedish Couple Is Dominating Kg Glam’s F&B Scene With Its String Of Halal Eateries


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