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· November, 2006

Stories about Singapore from November, 2006

Singapore: Kampung Days Food Packaging

Lam Chun See in Singapore remembers the traditional food packaging once used in Singapore.

Online Life in Singapore

Decent broadband Infrastructure and familiarity with online technologies makes Singaporeans avid experimenters of emerging technological trends. It is not uncommon to find Singaporean blogger topping Technorati's listing once every couple...

Singapore: Official Cupid Disbanded

Coffee and Cigarettes welcomes the demise of a government sponsored match making agency and questions some of the other “top-down” initiatives in Singapore.

Singapore: Community Moderated News Site

Mr Lim and a friend in Singapore launch a community moderated news site. “YOU are the editor, you decide what’s interesting and what’s not.”

China: Put the E back in APEC

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum came to a harmonious enough end this Sunday with all twenty-one member nations agreeing to renew calls for North Korea to put an end...

Singapore: Retrenchment Compensation

Blueheeler in Singapore applauds the newly lauched compensation scheme for retrenched workers in Malaysia and says that Singapore should implement similar policies.

Cambodia: Life and Work in Cambodia

Diana, a Singaporean in Cambodia compares her working life in Singapore to her current location in Cambodia. The blogger also explains why flexible work schedule is not preferred in Cambodia.

Singapore: Getting Senior Citizens to Blog

Lam Chun See, a senior blogger in Singapore is conducting a talk on blogging for senior citizens.

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