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· December, 2010

Stories about Singapore from December, 2010

Singapore: Treat toilet cleaners fairly

Cloudywind writes about the need to improve the working conditions and benefits of toilet cleaners in Singapore

Singapore: Blueprint for ageing population

Noting that Singapore is one of the fastest ageing nations in the world, blogger guanyinmiao proposes the drafting of a blueprint for Singapore’s ageing population

Singapore: Weaknesses of the media

Caroline Ng proposes the liberalization of the media landscape in Singapore to foster democracy and free access to information.

Malaysia, Singapore: Open letter to Lee Kuan Yew

Malaysian blogger Art Harun writes an open letter to Singapore leader Lee Kuan Yew in response to the Wikileaks expose about the unflattering remarks made by Singapore's senior diplomats against...

Singapore: Sleeping room of maids

Observing that housing flats are getting smaller in Singapore, Blinkymummy is curious to know the sleeping room of house maids/helpers.

Singapore dismisses Wikileaks expose as mere ‘cocktail talk’

According to the latest cable reports from Wikileaks, Singapore's senior diplomats believe the leaders of their neighbors are opportunists, sodomists, and corrupt politicians. And they think India is stupid and...

Wikileaks reveals how Singapore views its neighbors

According to the latest cable reports from Wikileaks, Singapore's senior diplomats believe the leaders of their neighbors are opportunists, sodomists, and corrupt politicians. And they think Japan is a big...

Singapore: Educamp photos

Preetam posted photos of the recently concluded Singapore EduCamp. “EduCamps are BarCamp style un-conferences where educators and people interested in education come and share their projects, ideas and findings.”

Singapore: Wikileaks and the “flabby old chap” comment

Apparently, Singapore’s former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew thinks North Korea leader Kim Jong-il is a “flabby old chap who prances around stadiums seeking adulation.” This was revealed through the...

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