Daily SG: 2 May 2018



Credit: My Sketchbook


Daily Disclosure

– The Online Citizen: Former AG criticises Govt for not prosecuting Keppel management in 1995 bribery case
– The Online Citizen: Open letter by 284 academics sent to Charles Chong to express concerns over conduct of Select Committee
– The Independent: Historian Thum Ping Tjin appears to be involved in coordinated attempt to subvert parliamentary processes: Charles Chong

Foreign Affairs

– New Naratif: Lost Homeland: Indonesia’s Exile Story
– New Mandala: In the contest for power, Malaysia’s resurgent states stake a claim
– New Mandala: Millenials won’t rescue Indonesia
– Asian Correspondent: Pollster says Malaysia’s Dr Mahathir leading public opinion over PM Najib
– The Conversation: ‘Assadism’ is destroying Syria – here’s where it came from
– New Naratif: “I no longer look back”

Book Reviews

– Little Blue Bottle: This Is What Inequality Looks Like – Teo You Yenn

Singapore’s World Class Public Transport

– Yahoo News Singapore: 17 new trains to come for North East and Circle lines: LTA

Bread and Butter

– Value Penguin: Don’t Trust Your Financial Advisor? Here Are 4 Alternatives to Consider
– Dollars and Sense: Is Your HDB Home Insured? Here’s What You Need To Know Before Moving In
– SG Young Investment: The Scary Truth Of Long Term Healthcare Cost In Singapore
– The Independent: Activist suggests Ministry of Manpower should issue work permits to sex workers

Technology Bytes

– ZDNet: GitHub says bug exposed some plaintext passwords
– ZDNet: Facebook’s new court defeat: This time it ‘may have free speech implications’

Singapore Food Paradise

– Miss Tam Chiak: Columbus Coffee Co – New Coffee Haunt in Upper Thomson
– The Ranting Panda: Food Review: Man Man Unagi Teppei by Yamato Izakaya | Michelin Bib Gourmand Unagi opens at Oxley Bizhub in Ubi
– Ordinary Patrons: 8 Famous Bakeries & Confectioneries in Singapore for Traditional Treats
– Miss Tam Chiak: Beng Who Cooks – There’s a New Ah Beng in Town & He’s Cooking!


Browse through our dailies to read what Singaporean bloggers are saying.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *