Daily SG: 11 Jun 2018



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TPP

– ZDNet: Colombia looking to join new TPP

Foreign Affairs

– The Independent: ‘We are trying to arrest Jho Low in relation to 1MDB’: Mahathir
– Balderdash: Is Sweden about to have its Trump moment?
– RSIS: CO18094 | Religion and Conflict: The Myth of Inevitable Collision

Trump-Kim Summit

– Asian Correspondent: A tale of tweeting: Kim and Trump’s road to Singapore
– The Online Citizen: It’s a government initiative, not a people’s movement – let’s not get carried away by one summit
– The Online Citizen: The real reason why Singapore hit the jackpot for the Trump-Kim summit
– Yahoo News Singapore: Two South Korean journalists arrested for trespassing into North Korean ambassador’s home in Singapore

Daily Disclosure

– The Online Citizen: SDP asks for accountability from the PAP govt over SIN-KL HSR project
– MothershipSG: Fake Trump not stopped at Changi Airport
– MothershipSG: Esplanade takes down artwork after anti-LGBT group claims it was “promoting bestiality”
– The Online Citizen: A byproduct of the current education system at this point is just another form of elitism

Bread and Butter

– MothershipSG: No money for bag, textbooks, or bus ride to school: S’pore girl explains life on financial assistance

Investment Matters

– Yahoo Finance | Bloomberg: The Singapore Stocks to Watch Amid Trump and Kim’s Historic Meet
– SG Budget Babe: IPO Analysis: Is Astrea IV Private Equity Class A-1 bond worth a BUY?

Technology Bytes

– ZDNet: Facebook accidentally exposes 14 million users’ private posts

Singapore Food Paradise

– The Ranting Panda: Food Review: Ding Xian Hot Pot at Suntec City’s Eat at Seven | Affordable Steamboat Restaurant with a mouth-watering Herbal Bak Kut Teh Soup
– Ordinary Patrons: Haikee Brothers at Chinatown Point – more than just Soy Sauce Chicken
– Lady Iron Chef: SHIN MINORI – A LA CARTE JAPANESE BUFFET YOU CAN ENJOY WITHOUT FEELING THE PINCH
– Miss Tam Chiak: Traditional Hakka Lui Cha – Clean Eating Has Never Tasted This Good!


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