Stories about Singapore from July, 2009
Popular Malaysian filmmaker Yasmin Ahmad passed away suddenly on July 25. The Malaysian blogosphere took to their keyboards to pay tribute to the icon.
ygblog4 writes about how the Keong Saik Road in Singapore became a red-light district.
Singapore censors refuse to classify a political film (One Nation Under Lee) for containing video excerpts from a banned film.
Epilogos from Singapore criticizes those who eat while riding on subway trains. The blogger wants to increase the fine for this “anti-social” behavior.
Bernard Leong observes that Facebook is almost the dominant social networking platform in Southeast Asia. It has overtaken Friendster in Malaysia and is getting more members in other countries in...