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· October, 2006

Stories about Singapore from October, 2006

Singapore: Thoughts on China-South East Asian Nations Summit has Singapore's Foreign Minister guest blogging and sharing his views on the recently concluded China-ASEAN(Association of South East Asian Nations) summit.

Singapore: Leave the Blogger Alone

Kway Teow Man has a balanced look at what Singaporeans call the Wee Shu Min fiasco. Wee Shu Min, a teenager wrote a sharp response to another Singaporean blogger's post...

Singapore: Government and Web 2.0

Kevin at links to another blog post at WebSG that talks about the online efforts of some governments agencies to engage the citizens.

Singapore: Singapore's role in the history of Lonely Planet travel guidebooks

The blogger at meets the founder of popular travel guidebook company Lonely Planet and talks about the start got in Singapore for their guidebook business.

Singapore: Inspired by the Nobel Prize Winner

Huang Shoou Chyuan in Singapore is inspired by the Nobel Peace Winner for 2006 - Muhammad Yunus. “Yunus and the Grameen Bank is an inspiration to me. I hope that...

Singapore: Hazy Sky

Alvin Lim in Cambodia posts a picture of hazy skies over Singapore and remarks “I find it quite astounding that the air quality is actually better in Phnom Penh than...

Fiji: Fiji's trading partners

Gilbert Veisamasama, Jr in Fiji writes that Singapore has displaced Australia and New Zealand to become Fiji's biggest source of imports.

Haze in South East Asia

Singapore, parts of Malaysia and Indonesia are hit by haze arising from illegal bush fires in Indonesia. These fires are started by farmers during the dry season to clear land...

Singapore:Mid Autumn Lantern Festival

Singapore blogger anonnymousxwrites visits and posts images from the Lantern Carnival at a park in Singapore. The mid-autumn festival is a Chinese traditional festival that is celebrated by hanging colorful...

Singapore: Group blog by MPs

Han at the legal janitor links to a new group blog run by Singapore members of parliament. The blog is called P65 blogs and it features reflection by 12 MPs...

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