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Monday Morning Reads for 4 Sept ’06

Posted by inspir3d on September 4, 2006

“Taxi Drivers and Teachers,” A Singapore Teacher’s Life, “I am glad I am a teacher. I put that in bold because I don’t want people to get a very wrong picture of what teaching is all about.”

“No Laughing Matter” Mr Wang wonders “whether we will ever learn to laugh a little at ourselves,” when he reads that some NSmen may get into trouble for releasing videos made during training to the public.

“Why do we have so many flag days in Singapore?” by EntityX “I am not trying to be anti charity here, but don’t you think that there is just too much of these flag days?”

“Stand Up for Singapore. Who? Me?” After Midnite “ Yet looking around, more than half present are not of Singapore. … And while a concert in the park may attract a select few, this same scene is not unlike a microcosm of the possibility of what Singapore will look like in the future, with just as many ‘non-natives’ as there are sons of the soil each claiming their patch.”

George Yeo blogs his third post! @ ephraim loy’s blog (thx to wert for the permalink)


3 Responses to “Monday Morning Reads for 4 Sept ’06”

  1. George disappointed me a little.

    I thought he was a thinker and great visionary?

    Perhaps, he’ll do more in his own blog, something befitting his own status.

    Mr Yeo, a little feedback from a Singaporean, citizen not PR.

  2. wert said

    There are permlinks.
    For example, the latest Geroge Yeo entry is

  3. joseph said

    Whisper, have patience.

    There’s always a starting point for bloggers writing about their ideas, vision, and opinions, and george may be trying to blog about what he does in his daily life etc as that starting point.

    Hopefully, it won’t take too long, nor will it turn out to be like Penny Low or Teoh Ho Pin. Let’s wait and see.

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