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Singapore Loves You… Not

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

“[H]ow can I or anyone love a nation that does exist only on words and paper but not in the heart and soul of the people?” wert struggles with why he does not feel any interest in the NDP parade. …read more
Source: wertblog

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Episode 3: Gun In The Mouth

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

Channel X Episode 3

Original source here

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Racial Harmony Day

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

Piper gives a teacher’s point of view regarding TNP’s recent article and shares some of her experiences regarding racial harmony …read more

Source: Flying Low

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Smile, Singapore!

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

A parody of the 4 million smiles campaign.

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How obsession over race will be Singapore’s ruin

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

Twilight classifies Singapore’s racial harmony campaign amongst the government’s ‘pile of failures’. …read more

Source: two steps from twilight

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Singapore Says No

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

Singapore is hosting the IMF/World Bank conference. But Mr Wang feels that Singapore has yet to accept the philosophy of the IMF regarding civil society. 

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Source: Mr Wang

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I’m a Singaporean

Posted by inspir3d on July 30, 2006

Lucky Tan explains why he will not hang his flag to commemorate National Day this year. The stars on his flag representing democracy, equality, and justice have faded. …read more

Source: Diary of A Singaporean Mind; Submitted by Chris C

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