Daily SG: 26 Feb 2018



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History of Singapore

– MothershipSG: NSFs who went AWOL helped archaeology dig at Fort Canning Hill: John N. Miksic interview

Foreign Affairs

– Asian Correspondent: Childhood interrupted: Rohingya children live in fear of kidnap, rape, wild animals

Daily Disclosure

– New Worlds: Tobacco tax is good for the coffers, but risks abound
– MothershipSG: US-based S’pore scholar expects tough year ahead for S’pore as Asean chair
– Lynn Kuok: Singapore sounds an optimistic note but eyes tough year ahead as ASEAN chair
– The Online Citizen: TOC registers with IMDA in accordance to its demand

Educating Our Youth

– MothershipSG: S’pore A-level Chemistry exam scripts stolen but students still graded, explained

Bread and Butter

– The Online Citizen: Chan Chun Sing says severe implications if Singapore does not have sufficient reserves. But just how much is enough?
– The Online Citizen: Researcher and author says budget not committed to reduce income inequality
– Dollars and Sense: LIFESTYLEWatch: How Easy Is It To Eat Healthily In Singapore? DollarsAndSense Gave It A Try
– The Smart Local: 10 Budget Hair Salons In Singapore That Charge Even Less Than $10 Express Shops

Singapore Food Paradise

– Miss Tam Chiak: Carrara Café – Light, Airy & Crisp Waffles in Bukit Merah!
– Miss Tam Chiak: The Mad Sailors – Can You Handle Crazy Halal British Food?


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