Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 28 Nov 2016 #psle #nsp #pap #politics
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 Oct 2016 #halimahyacob #electedpresident #foreignaffairs #money
Today, online gambling is legalised. Tomorrow, a third casino?Gerla
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 3 Oct 2016 #readingculture #books #ppap #china
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 Sep 2016 #chc #konghee #sunho #nationalgallerysingapore
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 Sep 2016 #saf #sonnyliew #sports #christianity
• The Salary of Charlie Chan Hock Chye
• Commentary: Was yesterday’s IPPT cheating case partially contributed by a rigid system?
• What Should the Government Do?
• How about we go to church only once per month?
• How Start-up TheSmartLocal Disrupted Lifestyle Publishing in Singapore
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 8 Sep 2016 #electedpresident #tanchengbock #minorities #presidentialelection
• EP changes: Are Presidential elections ‘meritocratic’ in the first place?
• Only a political decision will disqualify Tan Cheng Bock from the next presidential race
• Everything you need to know about the Constitutional Commission’s recommendations for the Elected Presidency in 60 seconds
• The Hangzhou G20 Summit: The Ambiguous Gap between Aspiration & Action
• Do Not Trust The Internet
My view is that the criteria was already pretty low, and remains low, to begin with, so a little more stringency really does seem like a good idea.
If we’re lacking in minority candidates, then I say the problem lies in the qualifying rounds of the election, so all we should be doing is to ensure that all racial groups get a fair number of candidates into the qualifying pool before we put them up for election.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 31 Aug 2016 #zika #zikaoutbreak #sghaze #cpf
• Zika Virus: What All Pregnant Women (Mothers-To-Be) Must Know
• Zika in Singapore: Will Zika fears increase abortion demand?
• Haze -Singapore should take Indonesia to The Hague
• CPF members pay up to more than $1 million for PAP’s ‘guarantee’, a form of taxation
• Minority netizens disagree with Minister Ong Ye Kun’s case for changes to Elected Presidency