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· October, 2005

Stories about Singapore from October, 2005

Singapore: Prepping Witnesses

Mr. Wang recalls his days prepping witnesses as a deputy public prosecutor in Singapore:

Singapore: Blogger Pleads Guilty

Huichieh Loy of From a Singapore Angle reacts to the conviction of the third local blogger charged for making racist comments. Mr. Wang has information about the other players and...

Australia, Singapore: Execution

Several Singapore blogs are campaigning to stop the execution by hanging of Australian Nguyen Tuong Van in the city-state for heroin smuggling.

Singapore: Complaining

Double Yellow muses on Singapore's new pastime: complaining.

Singapore: Government Blogging Guidelines

mrbrown finds on the road to work a Singapore government circular listing guidelines on public communications for civil servants. “Civil servants may create or participate in a blog,” it reads....

Singapore, Thailand: Grading the Media

A ranking that placed Singapore as No. 140 in press freedom sparks much discussion in the local blogosphere. Singabloodypore explains the sorry state of the island state's docile media. Omeka...

Singapore: Signs of Life

unkster has thirty-six signs you've been in Singapore too long.

Taiwan, China, Singapore: Debunking a “History” Book

The View from Taiwan‘s Michael Turton reposts an email from from a National University of Singapore professor critiquing the myths, fabrications and inaccuracies that plague a recent book on the...

Singapore: Why Han Blogs

Wannabe Lawyer‘s Han responds to a National University of Singapore survey on why he blogs.

Singapore: Podcast Directory

Beng of Born on Ninth of August has started a Singapore podcasting directory: Podcasting Under the Stars and Moon. He also prods a friend to make one. The result: A...

Indonesian blogs: Top blogs, taxpayer, reshuffling and acquisitions

Top 100 Indonesian blogs Indonesian blogosphere buzzing yesterday when Priyadi release his list of top 100 Indonesian blogs. Sorted by how many blogs/pages links to your blog, Priyadi showed 100...

Singapore: Blogger jailed for posting racist remarks

Two Singaporeans accused of posting racist remarks online have been sentenced to jail today, reports ChannelNewsAsia tonight. Benjamin Koh Seng Huat, 28, was sentenced to one month's jail, and separately,...

Singapore: No gay parades

Singabloodypore comments on recent comments from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong which appeared to rule out the possibility of a gay parade in the city-state.

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