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· July, 2006

Stories about Singapore from July, 2006

Singapore: Looking for Contributions

  26 July 2006

Singapore's new groupblog is calling for it's readers to contribute articles. “As those among the readers who have been perusing the blog might surmise, Singapore Angle strives to be an online forum for promoting civil and reasoned discussions of Singapore affairs and other related issues of interest. To that end,...

Global Food Blog Report #25

  25 July 2006

#1: From Malaysia, Tham Jiak on Tastes of YesterLife: If one's life can be determine by food preferences, I believe that I might be an Indian in my past life. As much as I love Chinese cuisines, I am strangely drawn towards Indian food, my five senses transfix on the...

Singapore: Remembering Cambodia

  25 July 2006

The death of a Khmer Rouge operative reminds the blogger at nofearSingapore of the time when the Khmer Rouge regime was overthrown. The blogger talks about the geopolitics of the time when other South East Asian countries and western powers were fearful of Vietnamese intentions.

Singapore: GPS Tracking

  21 July 2006

Gayle Goh at i-speak blog is concerned about a new GPS based tracking system offered by a Singapore company. The company claims that the system provides peace of mind by letting people track their property and loved ones.

Singapore: Beancurd Brothers

  19 July 2006

Sparklette compares tau huay, a local beancurd dessert, from two rival stalls located next to each other. The stalls are run by feuding brothers.

Singapore: Remembering Capitol Cinema

  17 July 2006

Singapore's heritage blogger Lam Chun See remembers the golden days of a 76 year old cinema hall. The unused cinema might end up like other cinemas in Singapore – developers tearing them down to build shopping complex or hotels.

Singapore: India Travel Tips

  17 July 2006

Singapore's intrepid traveller gets the better of Indian custom officials on her recent visit to the country. The post has couple of tips for travellers going to India. “I was told by someone that in order to fend for myself as a woman, and as a foreign woman, in India,...

Singapore: Blogger Drops Newspaper Column

  11 July 2006

A popular blogger in Singapore Mr. Miyagi has decided to stop writing for a daily. The paper has earlier suspended a column by another well known local blogger. Blogger Feynman Boson asks “Will it further disconnect the online and offline world into two distinct universes (like the real world and...

Government protests Blogger's Column

  6 July 2006

mr. brown, A popular Singapore blogger had written a column in a newspaper talking about the rising cost of living. A spokesperson from the government responded in the same newspaper mr brown's views on all these issues distort the truth. They are polemics dressed up as analysis, blaming the Government...

Singapore: National Day Message

  4 July 2006

mrbrown in Singapore is calling for Singaporeans to contribute to his “I am Singaporean” meme. The blogger says “If you like, you can record your own version of “I am Singaporean” and post it on your blog, and leave a link in the comments in there. You can also tag...

The Global Voices Show #3

  4 July 2006

The third episode of the Global Voices Show is here! In this edition we feature excerpts from the following podcasts: PodView (Podbazaar) (India) Viloria.com Pinoy Podcast (Philippines) Tango City Tour (Argentina) Beyond the Wall (Israel) Trinidad & Tobago Computer Society Podcast (Trinidad & Tobago) Arté Radio (“Foot au Sénégal”) (Senegal)...

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