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· November, 2007

Stories about Singapore from November, 2007

Singapore: Quitting Journey

The day 1 of Yvonne's 30 days quitting journey blog after five years of smoking.

South East Asia: Nocturnal Beauties

The nocturnal beauties of South East Asia.

South East Asia: The Longest Bridges

Curious about the longest bridges in South East Asia.

South East Asia: Delicious

How to say delicious in several South East Asian Languages.

Singapore: Strange Sightings

Indi is spooking readers with the stories of his son being able to see what others cannot.

Singapore: Boring Second Life

Ginette is not optimistic of Singaporeans taking a liking to the virtual world of Second Life.

Singapore: Lecture on Malay Ethnic Identity

The South East Asian Archeology Newsblog is informing readers of a talk that explores Malay Ethnic identity in South East Asia.

Singapore: Diwali or Deepawali

Mr. Miyagi demystifies the difference between the Indian festival of Diwali and Deepawali that fall on the same day.

Singapore: Blocking Vampires, Werewolves and Slayers

Ridzuan shows you how to block Vampires, Werewolves and other nasties on Facebook.

Singapore: Diwali in Little India

Sparklette visits Little India area of Singapore to check out Deepawali festivities.

Singapore: Developing Venture Capital in Singapore

Bernard Leong proposes a model to develop Venture capital in Singapore that takes some inputs from the Israeli model.

Singapore: Facebook Invasion

Ginette at Asiacount network talks about a social network that is currently the rage.

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