Daily SG: 9 Mar 2018



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Diplomatic Affairs

– MothershipSG: S’pore is strengthening its position as China’s gateway to Southeast Asia: Lam Pin Min

Apologising in Parliament

– MothershipSG: All the times in S’pore’s history when MPs had to apologise to Parliament
– The Online Citizen: Sylvia Lim will not apologise to House over GST hike comments
– Bertha Harian: A lot of people need to say sorry

Daily Disclosure

– Asian Correspondent: The power women of Southeast Asia
– Spuddings: Singapore’s new public order bill is excessive and dangerous.
– Ministry of Transport: Speech by Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health, Dr Lam Pin Min, at the Ministry of Transport’s Committee of Supply Debate 2018

Singapore’s World Class Public Transport

– The Online Citizen: Slow train travel along NSL this Wednesday morning

Foreign Affairs

– The Conversation: Why the PKK has become overstretched in its quest for self-rule in Syria
– Asian Correspondent: Sri Lanka imposes state of emergency, social media ban to curb communal violence
– RSIS: CO18038 | KL’s Downgrading of North Korea Ties: More Than Symbolism?
– The Independent: Donald Trump Expresses Approval of China’s Xi Jinping’s Indefinite Rule

Bread and Butter

– SingSaver: 5 Reasons to Beware Buying Travel Insurance From Your Travel Agency
– Money Smart: NUS, NTU, SMU & Other Singapore University Degrees – How Much Does It Cost in 2018?
– Vulcanpost: S’pore Wants To Help Cybersecurity Startups Grow With Launch Of Accelerator Hub In April ’18

Technology Bytes

– ZDNet: McAfee buys TunnelBear, makers of a consumer VPN app
– WIRED: SPY V. SPY: AN NSA LEAK REVEALS THE AGENCY’S LIST OF ENEMY HACKERS
– Salary.sg: The easiest way to invest in cryptocurrencies in Singapore

Singapore Food Paradise

– Johor Kaki: Where to get Hand Made Teochew Kueh in Singapore. At Jalan Kukoh Food Centre
– Miss Tam Chiak: Nan Heng Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice – Cheap & Good!
– Mitsueki: Hei Sushi @ Downtown East – Halal Certified Japanese Belt Sushi Singapore


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