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· December, 2011

Stories about Singapore from December, 2011

30 December 2011

Singapore: Is it Flooding, or Just Ponding?

Singapore's Public Utilities Board used the term “ponded” rather than "flooded" when heavy rains caused flash floods in various parts of the city last week. The use of the word...

28 December 2011

Southeast Asia Indie Music

27 December 2011

Singapore: Animal Lovers Rally to Save Stray Dogs

Animal-lovers in Singapore have been rallying to save the lives of stray dogs in Punggol, after authorities stepped up efforts to round up the strays, possibly for culling.

25 December 2011

Singapore: MP Apologizes Over ‘Racist’ Remark

Singapore: Train Disruptions Spark Debate

Train disruptions marred the operations of Singapore's Mass Rapid Transport this month which inconvenienced thousands of passengers and generated a heated discussion about the quality and efficiency of the country’s...

14 December 2011

Singapore: Stories of Migrant Workers

The number of foreign workers in Singapore continues to rise but little is known about their working and housing conditions. Curious to know the personal stories of migrant workers in...

6 December 2011

Reactions to SlutWalk Singapore

In a rare public assembly, hundreds gathered in support of SlutWalk Singapore and it generated a lively response in the cyberspace. Netizens used the hashtag #slutwalksg to document the event.

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