Daily SG: 16 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 16 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• SG foreign policy is clear and sharp
• L.A.M. on whether Singaporeans are Xenophobic
• Minimum sums schemes for ministers
• The genealogy of criticism against National Service
• Man sacked for insulting PM Lee on Mother’s Day
• Role of opposition: More than just an alternative party

Daily SG: 15 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #YPAP
• That YP video – missing the serious for the laughs
• The 5 Toa Payoh Vandals are not Heroes
• Why are Good Singaporean Families Losing their Freedoms
• Parents sending kids for ‘sports tuition’
• NMP scheme examined

Daily SG: 14 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #YPAP
• YP – reigniting the “voice of a generation”
• Is There Space for Political Ideologies through Creative Expression in Singapore?
• Petition To Singapore Government To Return Our CPF
• Higher aspirations, higher cost of living?
• Of pink and red polka dots

Daily SG: 12 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 12 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #cpf
• Full protections must be given to minors in Toa Payoh case
• SMRT train in Bishan depot vandalised
• Why so much ado over raising of CPF minimum sum?
• Prepare for a political crisis
• 2016 – Speculations

Daily SG: 9 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 9 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #cpf
• CPF Minimum Sum Raised to $155,000
• Free my CPF
• Vandalism incident signals mounting public dissatisfaction in Singapore
• Let’s have a Democracy Wall
• This Little Dot of many colours…

Daily SG: 8 May 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 8 May 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Toa Payoh HDB rooftop vandalised by graffiti
• Foreign-born Singaporeans, Not PRs
• A more inclusive definition of “family”, rather than polemical theatrics
• City Harvest Trial: Jail Odds Shorten for Kong Hee

Daily SG: 15 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• Singapore hacking cases show importance of deep infocomm expertise
• The Messiah Saga: Some men just want to watch the world burn
• Drug mule escapes gallows after Singapore law reform
• Whither secular Singapore?
• Measure for measure
• English as is spoken in parliament

Daily SG: 14 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• Right to counsel – lawyer M Ravi seeks court’s declaration on constitutional rights
• Secular state at centre of hijab debate
• How Private Property Widens Singapore’s Income Gap
• Comment: Singaporeans need more space, not more rules
• Blind Loyalism: The Demise of Progress

Daily SG: 13 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 13 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• The Messiah, the Crowd, and the State
• On State Nannying
• Hijab: Compulsion or choice?
• Retaining the right to detain
• Multiple Lines of Assistance

Daily SG: 12 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 12 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• Attack of the Messiah
• Internalising our Diversity
• In Singapore, Calls for Poverty Line Amid Rising Inequality
• Progressively regressive
• Actions Speak Louder