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Daily SG: 13 May 2011

Singapore 2011 General Elections
A vote for change
– New Asia Republic: Seeking Liberty in a Democracy [Thanks D]
– Chapter Two: Reload: The real generation that does not remember
– Article 14: GRCs – where do we go from here?
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: PAP searches for answers…
– SpotlightOnSingapore: Lim Hwee Hua: PAP only needs to be transformed?
– Thoughts of a Singapore Statistician: PAP DOES NOT KNOW how to solve Singapore’s problems
– TOC: The GRC system – I don’t know what to say..
– Icarus Flew Too High: This is why we should have Proportional Representation
– Ahmad in Taiwan: My political awakening
– Feed Me To The Fish: From whence I came? Here I am, Grateful!
– Yours Truly Singapore: A random conversation with a PAP loyalist
– under a Pipala Tree: what revolution?
– The Temple Of Thoughts 3: A Change of Heart
– Freak Thoughts: Dust settles
– The Gigamole Diaries: The PAP’s new clothes….
– Yahoo SingaporeScene: ‘Time to discard policies that divide S’poreans’

Other post GE stuff
– Singapore Actually: Elections Rallies photos
– ex Chersonesus Aurea: SDP post election press conference (unedited video) [Thanks Stanley]
– News Clips: Nominated ministers: Good or bad idea? [Thanks George]
– New Asia Republic: Ode to George Yeo: Pretty Hurt for a Whiteshirt [Thanks D]

The Noose
– Today Voices: A front-row view of ‘spoilt’ votes
– The Satay Club: For them the next election starts now
– Yahoo: Workers’ Party MPs decide on wards in Aljunied
– East Asia Forum: Reflections on the Singapore general election
– Asia Unbound: Thoughts on Singapore’s Election
– The Economist: Low expectations – In Singapore winning 7% of parliamentary seats is tantamount to an opposition triumph
– PBS: Singapore Entering a ‘New Phase’ in Politics

Healthcare & Healthcare Provider
– TOC: Why are cancer treatments not subsidized by the government?
– Singapore M.D.: Subsidy – the cure for all woes?

Minister Salaries
– Singapore Notes: Money Is Never Enough For These Guys

Re education
– guanyinmiao’s musings: Political Education In Singapore: Beyond ‘National Education’

Strangers in a Strange land
– Yawning Bread on WordPress: ‘We almost had to pull him off the plane’

We are against capital punishment
– We Believe In Second Chances: NGOs form a coalition against the death penalty in Malaysia

Daily Discourse
– New Asia Republic: Ethics and SAF Values

Life, the universe and everything
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Local bank investors are strange
– Art Radar Asia: The fences are down so look inside: Singapore Biennale 2011′s Old Kallang Airport – picture feast

Selected News Stories
– Reuters: Mind the gap: Asian income gulf shows economic model’s flaws

To answer all the emails about what happened to our site – no, we weren’t hacked. Neither were we arrested! We are moving to a cheaper, better, faster (promo broucher say one) web host. A lot of time spent on emails back and forth with support on queries about the new web host. After that making sure we backup everything and migrate (very carefully!) our database from one host server to another.

We hope to get everything settled by this weekend so please bear with us!

Oh, and thank you all for the emails, especially the ones that offered to chip in for the server :)

g & m

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Daily SG: 12 May 2011

Singapore 2011 General Elections
A vote for change
– Diary of A Singaporean Mind: “REFORM” or “TRANSFORM” – Change in what form?
– Chapter Two: Reload: Respecting the democratic process
– My Political Soapbox: Why the election was still a success
– TOC: The defining moment down the slippery slope
– TOC: Don’t let us down – an open letter to all political parties
– My Singapore News: What a shame
– Blogging for Myself: Book: Next Generation Democracy
– my blog my life: my thoughts about the GE
– Musings From the Lion City: Calling Time On The GRC
– nofearSingapore: PAP reform: Start with the “No upgrading for Opposition Ward” policy [Thanks Doc]
– TOC: Criticisms of Tin Pei Ling are valid
– Daily Breaks: We Have A Different Dream [Thanks Annabel]
– Singapore Actually: What a Contrast: Void deck for WP MP Yaw Shin Leong and Air-con Office for PAP MP Tin Pei Ling

Post 2011 GE Analysis
– Singapore Alternatives: Reflections on GE 2011
– Yawning Bread on WordPress: How and when did you decide? Part 2
– The Rot Within: Analysis of overseas votes
– The Rot Within: On the UMR Pre-election Survey
– TOC: How many did not vote?
– Politics in Singapore: Opposition flaws in the SMCs
– My Singapore News: Goh Meng Seng accepting full responsibility
– The Kent Ridge Common: Anthony Oei’s “Reality Check” – solid victory for PAP or workings of the GRC system?
– The Thinking Fish Tank: A First World State of Mind
– Thoughts of a Singapore Statistician: Secret Illegal Singapore Election Poll [Thanks Aurvandil]
– New Nation: Why Gerald Giam should be NCMP

– Aljunied GRC: A disinformation campaign that took forever to implement
– Mr Wang Says So: George Yeo and His True Legacy for Singapore
– The Kent Ridge Common: Which way will George Yeo go?
– Singapore Notes: Another One Bites The Dust
– Think Hapiness: Feedback to Challenging Times by Aljunied Resident

Other post GE thoughts
– Joel Kong’s letter to Jurong Town Council questioning wrongful dismissal of Geraldine Soh
– Where Bears Roam Free: Jurong Town Council employee’s sacking looks like wrongful dismissal
– Words of the Cze: Back To The Future
– PAP and the new media
– Big Talk Singapore: Singapore Pledge version 2.0
– Crisis Communication in the Era of Social Media: How Aljunied GRC Was Lost: Importance of Correctly Identifying the Opponent’s Theme
– the mrbrown show: the yam song

The Noose
– CNA: Elections Department releases final tally of votes
– Yahoo Singapore Scene: Will there be a transformation?
– Time: Why Singapore’s Election Didn’t Live Up to the Hype
– Asian Sentinel: Analyzing the Singapore Election
– asia!: Chiam See Tong – He Who Dared to Oppose and was Much Loved for It.

Strangers in a Strange land
– Desparatebeep: Who Would You Pick?

Healthcare & Healthcare Provider
– TOC: Six months’ wait – just to do a scan

Daily Discourse
– New Asia Republic: Objectivity and Neutrality in Emerging Media Landscape
– Ahmad in Taiwan: Chiang Ching-Kuo vs Lee Kwan Yew – A tale of two strongmen
– Tan Kin Lian’s Blog: GST is unnecessary and bad
– TOC: The PAP and the People – A Great Affective Divide (Revisited)

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