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Today’s Stories from Blogosphere (Feb 22)

Posted by Slater on February 22, 2007

Singapore Surf has posted an entry on how a rapidly ageing population would be a problem for Singapore’s long term growth strategy, while the Rambling Librarian wrote about his thoughts on MPs who have taken to blogging.

Coffee and Cigarettes talks about the issue of karma with respect to the modern Singaporean family, while the paradise of flower and fruit expressed surprise at the number of instances of censorship being imposed in the last few years in Singapore.

Over at Die Nuelle Wie, the dichotomy of us versus them in society is explored, while Perspective Unlimited tries to frame the discussions of various topics in Singaporean blogosphere under the theme of economic geography.

Aaron Ng discusses about the nature of blogs and blogging, while 1 more Sg Blog is of the opinion that local newspapers are falling out of favour with Singaporeans.

Singapore Alternatives has written an entry on how Singaporeans are being taxed for life, while Flying Low expresses concern about whether studying should be a matter of interest or pragmatism.

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