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Daily SG: 24 Apr 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 Apr 2013
• Rules of engagement need negotiation
• AG’s Chambers Must Walk the Talk
• The Power Dynamics of Chinese Dialects in Singapore
• The Death of Dialects in Singapore
• Support Leslie Chew – aka Demon-cratic!
• Authorities arrest cartoonist; pwns everyone including itself

Daily SG: 23 Apr 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 Apr 2013
• The ‘Elitist Mentality’
• The End of Meritocracy: Why the Singaporean System is in Danger
• Better To Be An Academically Uninclined Female In Singapore?
• Will changing EP limits be enough?
• Hidden dangers in mixed development and mature estate
• Gilbert Goh: The Riddle That Remains Unanswered

Daily SG: 18 Apr 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 18 Apr 2013
• No free transport, comprain. Got free transport, also comprain. Buay sian ah?
• Besides free travel on MRT, let’s look at car clubs
• People who deserve tax-payers’ help & those who don’t
• Pulau Ubin: No plans to Evict?
• Bloggers who have nothing to say

Daily SG: 17 Apr 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 17 Apr 2013
• Boston Marathon Bombing and Us
• Guarding the Brand II
• The Process Of Education (In Singapore): A Response
• Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) adds “safety” as its 8th core value
• More than half of S’poreans would migrate if given a choice

Daily SG: 15 Apr 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Apr 2013
• Minimum wage will not work for Singapore
• Perils Of Staying On State Land
• Seeking middle ground or joining the media if you want Singapore to do well?
• Singapore & North Korea: Peas in a Pod
• Busy – Living or Dying?

Daily SG: 10 Apr 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 10 Apr 2013
• Margaret Thatcher Obituary: Thatcherism and us
• Job application forms aid in discriminatory hiring
• ‘Rojak’ TFR
• The Ex Post Perspective: Why the Sticker Lady Must be Guilty
• An Analysis of Tania De Rozario’s “Not Prepared to Wait” and the High Court’s Decision on 377A

Daily SG: 18 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 18 Mar 2013
• Giving our boys in green their due
• How Arrogance and Militarism Endanger Singapore’s Security
• Gilbert Goh – The Accidental Rebel
• Minister Khaw Tackles Affordability – What Are His Options?
• The PAP And The People: Bread-And-Butter Concerns And Much More
• Why bother writing about Straits Times Fails?

Daily SG: 15 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Mar 2013
• The Population White Paper and The Rhetoric of Vulnerability
• The hard decision of army regular specialists
• A breakdown of what’s new with the COE
• Lead, Minister Heng, Lead
• Big brother wants to check our underwear
• So SPF didn’t pursue “every lead and examine the different angles thoroughly”?

Daily SG: 14 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 Mar 2013
• Strengthen NS by Respecting It
• My Take: What It Means To Call Singapore Home.
• A new (splinter) party alternative
• Is S’pore GLC helping the Chinese military?
• Dec 2012 article. Seems like the Media helps fuelling the drive

Daily SG: 13 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 13 Mar 2013
• NS
• The White Paper’s socio-psychological impact crater – a quantitative psycholinguistic look at trends in the Singaporean blogosphere
• Wonders of the HDB enbloc scheme
• Sacrifices Of A FTWM
• Jollibee Singapore Menu and Price List

Daily SG: 12 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 12 Mar 2013
• Work life balance, can you have it all?
• Through the eyes of my child
• Making NS Less Fuckup – Rebates! Subsidies!
• A Call to Preserve our Unique Singaporean Food Culture
• Trust cannot be built on a transaction

Daily SG: 11 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 11 Mar 2013
• On volunteering.
• Singapore turns to populist politics?
• Car Loan Restrictions — Protecting Whom?
• Xenophobia in Singapore
• Random Discourse – Heather Chua

Daily SG: 8 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 8 Mar 2013
• The tyranny of difference
• Disabled Drivers and Caregivers: Safe from New Car Loan Rules
• Free public transport and other public transport ideas….
• NS for PRs is why dual citizenship will work

Daily SG: 7 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 7 Mar 2013
• The online chatroom is no place for feedback.
• Singaporeans First – Minimally Invasive Labour Market Testing
• Budget 2013: Take a step back and look around
• NTUC – Social Enterprise or Profit-driven Business?

Daily SG: 6 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 6 Mar 2013
• What’s a mother’s worth?
• By George! Media Lobbying, Transparency and NTU’s Tenure System
• Singapore Doesn’t Always Need Internet Censorship to Silence Critics

Daily SG: 5 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 5 Mar 2013
• Budget 2013 and what it means to the Singapore Car Buyer, part 2
• Some Problems About The Wage Credit Scheme
• Learn to see colour where it matters!
• The Plight of the Early Government Pensioners
• I love Singapore

Daily SG: 4 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 4 Mar 2013
• SMEs Owe A Duty To Hire Citizens
• Becoming a Cabby is a Viable Career Choice?
• Car Buying Costs Breakdown / My Take on MAS ruling and New Tier Tax Structure on ARF
• Economics Myths In The Great Population Debate
• Adam Lambert concert promoting gay lifestyle at StarPAC

Daily SG: 1 Mar 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 1 Mar 2013
• Whither Productivity?
• For whom the Budget bells toll?
• Cherian George: Heat on Air-conditioned Nation
• How the rest of the world sees Singapore

Daily SG: 28 Feb 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 28 Feb 2013
• Budget 2013: Improving transportation capacity and fares
• Dissecting Budget 2013: Part 1 (Key Points)
• Is China’s media less constructive, & nation-building than ours?
• It’s time for a u-turn

Daily SG: 27 Feb 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 27 Feb 2013
• Direct Benefits for Households in Budget 2013
• Budget 2013 – something’s always wrong
• The Curious Case of Cherian George – Calibrated Coercion or Retardation?
• Manfacturing Dissent

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