Stories about Singapore from January, 2008
Singapore blogger Rinaz test drives Asus's latest Linux based sub-notebook. The computer is just started selling in South East Asia and there are user groups already in Thailand and the Philippines. First look at the Asus EEE PC from rinaz on Vimeo.
Geek Goddess has some tips on how to increase your Chinese New Year takes. Younger and unmarried members of the family receive red packets with money in it for Chinese New Year from other relatives.
Mr. Lychee has a creepy experiment for you to try.
Arzhou is shocked to find that according to one of the US state tax department Singapore is a part of China.
Molly Meek writes about how she found out that she had Ovarian cancer.
Singapore Entrepreneurs introduces 65 Bits, a Singapore based technology podcast 65 Bits, a Singapore based technology podcast. The latest episode of the podcast covers the recently concluded Macworld.
Diplomats from Singapore, Philippines and some other Asian countries are critical of South Korea's new Visa Policy that bars Asians from Teaching English.
Hazman Aziz introduces a made in Singapore book search engine and social network.
Miscel compares traffic condition in Singapore to the one in Philippines.
Fauzirassul is gonna get cross at any fellow Singaporean faking their accents.
As his ratings continue to slip in the primaries, US presidential hopeful Barack Obama's popularity is on the rise among bloggers around the world. Global Voices Online editors and contributors joined hands to bring us the reactions of bloggers from Japan, Haiti, Republic of Macedonia, Pakistan, India, Ukraine, Singapore and Chile in this article.
The Fox Hole wants the company that installed televisions on public buses to stop blasting the sound from these TVs.
Simplyjean in Singapore writes about the SIngapore National Library's efforts to archive local blogs of note.
The Annotated Budak takes us to Ubin Island off Singapore to try the local dish of lontong and curry.
Do birds take a water bath only when the weather is hot? asks YC at the Bird Ecology Study Group blog in Singapore.