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· February, 2010

Stories about Singapore from February, 2010

Singapore: Netizens angry over pastor’s comments on Buddhism and Taoism

A pastor from a small evangelical church in Singapore was forced to apologize after netizens complained about the anti-Buddhism and anti-Taoism sermons of the church leader.

Singapore: Foreign workers

According to a finance committee report, Singapore will continue to welcome foreign workers. Foreigners comprise more than a third of Singapore population

Singapore: Higher education spending

Blogger Blowin’ in the wind writes about higher education spending in Singapore. The city state spends more than 1 percent of its GDP on higher education.

Singapore: New voters

Seelan wonders whether Singapore's new citizens will vote for the administration or opposition party.

Singapore: Military robotics

A blogger questions the decision of the Singapore Armed Forces to purchase hardware dealing with military robotics

Singapore: Minimum wage

Tan Kin Lian from Singapore argues that a minimum wage will reduce disparity of income in the country

Singapore Airshow 2010

Beyond SG posts pictures of the 2010 Singapore Airshow

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