Daily SG: 1 Jun 2016

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 1 Jun 2016 #spf #eld #lta #smrt
• Doubtful if LTA have political courage to enforce regulatory oversight of SMRT
• Khaw blames management for rail woes
• Why stretching targets might not be a good idea for rail workers…
• CAN: Action taken upon Roy Ngerng and Teo Soh Lung is police harassment
• Are SPF and ELD the lapdogs of PAP?

Pink Dot VS Wearwhite – Learning to live with democratic chaos

We can deduce that the two camps are not going to compromise anytime soon, but what does this mean for Singaporeans? It means that first, we will be seeing movements and counter-movements from both LGBTIQ and conservative communities for some years to come; second, Singapore will come under intense media scrutiny, particularly from an international media that is sympathetic to LGBTIQ causes; and third, Singaporeans will have to live with the messy debates, name-calling and polarised politics that have come to characterise similar LGBTIQ movements in other countries.

Daily SG: 26 May 2016

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 26 May 2016 #sdp #amosyee #pinkdot2016 #economics
• Pink Dot vs Wear White – What’s with the trench warfare?
• A falsehood that SDP broke agreement on secret meeting. Here’s proof
• BSI – Would Singapore teach the Americans how to run a clean financial system?
• Big breasts like triple A status and budget surpluses have a downside
• Amos Yee makes video to hurt Muslims, but the community’s too mature for him

Daily SG: 23 May 2016

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 May 2016 #toc #pinkdot2016 #deathpenalty #lgbt
• TOC to go on hiatus from June
• Screen time and the family
• The Bastion against Homophobia
• Kho jabing’s death calls for more clarity on death-penalty implementation
• This is Jabing Kho

Daily SG: 25 Jun 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 25 Jun 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #PinkDot
• The one who got away
• PAP needs psychiatric help, not Amos
• LGBT — Where’s the fight headed?
• Benefits to be provided free to citizens

Daily SG: 24 Jun 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 Jun 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #PinkDot
• Amos in remand – a mother’s perspective
• What it means when you say you are against LGBT rights in Singapore
• DBSS woes: Because HDB went flat out?
• Are our latest education initiatives helping to maintain status quo?
• Kopitiam staff sacked for washing shoes in sink

Daily SG: 16 Jun 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 16 Jun 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #SEAGames #SabahQuake #PinkDot
• Kesian siol~ Gay Muslims are the most discriminated against in Singapore!
• What Mount Kinabalu Has Taught Us About Humanity and Parenting
• AGC insists TOC takes down article on letter from Amos Yee’s lawyer to Judge
• How did Roy make Ravi go bananas? Two versions
• Are Singaporeans hostages of the PAP?

Daily SG: 15 Jun 2015

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Jun 2015 #singapore #sgelections #SG50 #SEAGames #SabahQuake #PinkDot
• On S377A and gay rights in Singapore
• Kinabalu Trip was “Mood Booster” Before PSLE: TKPS Parent Volunteer
• Fool them once, shame on Amos; fool them twice, shame on them
• GrabTaxi quietly disallows FTs from applying as drivers
• PM Lee’s leave in the midst of SEA Games raises questions

Daily SG: 5 Sep 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 5 Sep 2014 #singapore #oursgconv #askpmlee
• #ASKPMLEE – Comedy Show or a Q&A with our Prime Minister?
• Moderate Muslims in Singapore must speak up.
• Private Uni Degree: Postponing Disappointment
• Precisely why many are concerned about immigration, Khaw
• Tan Jee Say’s olive branch to alternative parties

Daily SG: 4 Sep 2014

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 4 Sep 2014 #singapore #oursgconv
• AWARENESS: Islamic Black Flag Sold In S’pore DOES NOT REPRESENT ISIS Terror Group
• MediShield Life and Integrated Plans
• An ITE student on the Paper chase… and the attempt to end it.
• Trying to come to terms with rent discrepancies at Chinatown Complex
• Seeking Common Ground With Other Opposition Parties