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Daily SG: 28 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 28 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Conflict between cyclists and pedestrians
• SAF’s Aerostat System can gather data from mobile phones?
• Banning Julien Blanc: NIMBYism on a global scale
• Leslie Chew’s Criticism of Worker’s Party Unfair

Daily SG: 27 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 27 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Paper Qualifications
• IVF Subsidy: Two problematic assumptions
• Can We Make Singapore Tourists More Happy?
• In the New Normal, is the Singapore Political Opposition Becoming Passe?

Daily SG: 26 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 26 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• PSLE score – what’s it to you?
• Minimum Wage Disaster – Cheap Sourcing Risks Security Officers’ Pay
• A Brave New World of Neo-Tribes and Crumbling Civilisations
• Can the Singapore development story be copied elsewhere?

Daily SG: 25 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 25 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Transport Fares Should Not Increase
• The Lion City needs more pride
• Security Guards: Ego destroying job
• Transparency and Accountability Cuts Both Ways – WP Continues to remain silent on AHPECT S&CC Scandal

Daily SG: 24 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Your PSLE score does not define you
• Tuck Yew – Political Consequences await if fares are raised
• Suzuki Cup National Stadium Rip-off
• Terrorism: We are indeed complacent
• AHPeTC: Sadly PAP IB gets it right

Daily SG: 21 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 21 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Transport companies now a huge political liability for PAP
• Marx would shake his head and say… I told you so…
• The persistence of Inequality
• PAP voter refusing to pay S&C cont’d

Daily SG: 20 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 20 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• In our circus, few understand what ‘equal protection of the law’ means
• Political Busking Should Be Regulated
• Why WP Low is silent about almost everything/ Silence is no longer golden
• Residents to elect their own mayors?

Daily SG: 19 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Musing about en bloc rules in the Straits Times – here we go again
• Blatant Misogyny in the Local Literary Scene
• Singapore’s work permit holders face uphill battle when tying the knot
• Worker’s Party Silence on AHPETC Proves Lies on The Real Singapore (TRS)

Daily SG: 18 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 18 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Ang mohs rioted meh? Not South Asians? Workers’ orms are multi-racial?
• What will you defend? What will you fight for?
• Under Happy?
• When a comet breaks up

Daily SG: 17 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 17 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Khaw finds obedience school ‘meaningful’
• Vigilante & mob attack is a double edged sword
• Smokescreen And Red Herring
• No, SG Is Not Going To Shits: Another View of Raffles Place Stabbing
• Town Council debacle: That sinking feeling

Daily SG: 13 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 13 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #underhappy
• Public disorder exercise in Singapore raises tough, uncomfortable questions
• When Diversity Meets Policy
• Roy’s Garden of Gethsemane
• Money money money
• The hole is getting bigger

Daily SG: 12 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 12 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• My unpleasant shopping experience at Sim Lim Sq
• Anything That’s Fit to Print (And Won’t Get You Sued): Freelance journalism in Singapore
• Need A SG50 National Slogan?
• Train Vandalism: Waiting for a bomb is it?
• Aljunied Resident’s Open Letter to Sylvia Lim

Daily SG: 11 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 11 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Do I Deserve To Be Cheated If I Shop At Sim Lim Without Doing Research
• Roy Ngerng Admits He’s a Looney Fringe!
• Why are Singaporeans Xenophobic and What Can We Do About It?
• History for history’s sake?
• Rebutting Han that PAP can continue to dominate

Daily SG: 10 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 10 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• How to help ripped-off tourists
• Freedom in Singapore doesn’t mean freedom from responsibility and liability
• Tuition in Singapore is a billion-dollar industry
• Shisha ban misguided, might backfire
• The generation gap is real, politicians take note

Daily SG: 7 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 7 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Chewing on the Jover Chew case
• Sim Lim Square Tourist Vietnamese Man Refund
• If 377A were abolished, this could happen here
• What Singapore needs is not a minimum wage system but a maximum wage policy
• Notes from a History Teacher

Daily SG: 6 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 6 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• 377A: No end in sight for the rollercoaster ride
• Chua Siew Leng LAUGHS HAPPILY because Donors Contributed to Her Legal Fees
• Notes on the news
• Car dealer paid $19,000 in coins smelling of fish
• Arrears collection, governance: Aljunied voters will decide

Daily SG: 5 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 5 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Reclaiming our values: Ban on Shisha
• COEs are really worth it?
• The Paper Chase – A Matter of Degrees
• Legal Elmina
• Single Mothers & Their Super Prowess

Daily SG: 4 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 4 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• Will You Donate to Roy Ngerng/Han Hui Hui’s Friend Ivan Koh?
• Why National Service is Necessary
• The Delight in Unreachable Pennies
• What Singapore can become
• Aljunied GRC – Who will be sacrificed?

Daily SG: 3 Nov 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 3 Nov 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• The Social Marker No: 377A
• Parliament questions on CPF protest might be sub-judice: M Ravi
• Here at Last: Wage Protection for Security Officers
• Online shaming in Singapore: Is it so daunting to intervene?
• Workers’ Party will stand firm despite criticism

Daily SG: 31 Oct 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 31 Oct 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• So now, the constitution’s the problem?
• Return Our CPF: TRS got ‘exclusive interview’ sia
• A return to hard headed policies
• The Singapore Brain Drain: not funny when you think about it
• The opposition parties and activists

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