Stories about Singapore from June, 2011
It’s called Nightingale Nursing Home but it seems some of the nurses there are far removed from the real Florence Nightingale. Singaporeans are shocked and upset after a spy video exposing the mistreatment of a 75-year-old lady in that nursing home was uploaded in the web. Bloggers also discuss the quality of healthcare in the country
Twenty-five dolphins caught in the wild are being held in captivity in a Singapore gaming and spa resort. Animal lovers and netizens have launched a campaign demanding the release of these dolphins.
G Hui criticizes Singapore food establishments which charge customers who ask for a tap water.
Aurvandil links to some studies on the conditions of expats and workers in Singapore and made this conclusion: “It's a serious policy failure on the part of the (government) that they make the lives of Expats so good while at the same time make the lives of Singaporean workers so...
Jeremy Chen asks if the recent flooding in Singapore was caused by the Marina Barrage.
Chan Chi-Loong from Singapore provides a summary of social media statistics, including the most talked about topics and personalities on twitter, during the general election last month.
The voting for the Singapore Blog Awards 2011 will end on July 3.