Daily SG: 19 Aug 2016

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 Aug 2016 #racism #coroner #benjaminlim #foreigners
• Nights out during the ghost month
• Does the CNA-IPS Survey Prove Chinese are Only Hiring Other Chinese?
• Racism in Singapore still exist
• How foreigners are referred to in some Asian languages
• Death of a boy: How to question a young suspect

Daily SG: 5 Jul 2016

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 5 Jul 2016 #censorship #terrorism #ramadan #isis
• Secure Company Buy-In For Lifelong Learning
• ISIS attacks Malaysia
• Grieving faces of Baghdad, Dhaka, Istanbul
• Facebook bans ex-political detainee Teo Soh Lung’s posts in its platform
• Why I refuse to send my four-year-old to extra-curricular classes after school

Daily SG: 22 Jun 2016

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 22 Jun 2016 #mnd #lifts #publictransport #sph
• And govt wants to encourage fintech?/ PAP is never wrong
• The struggle after work
• #SGProblems – Got Featured In Newspaper, Can’t Share It On Blog
• Not uplifting
• Frequent lift breakdowns and killer lift confirm MPs unfit to be estate managers

Benjamin Lim’s story – Not over yet?

Ironically, headlines like these prompted even more questions from netizens about the laws governing minors involved in serious offences – to what extent are minors protected under the laws of Singapore when they are suspected of criminal offences? Should they or should they not be accompanied by an appropriate adult, and who would be considered an “appropriate” adult anyway? More contentiously, should or could schools and parents be given the right to refuse to comply with police directives, and would it be a crime to do so?