Daily Archives: 2013-04-29

Elections without democracy? Shifting political landscapes in Singapore and Malaysia
By Terry Xu Published on by Terry Xu 0

Singapore Armchair Critic for The Online Citizen Singapore and Malaysia, as highly developed countries that have clung on to their authoritarian regimes, have long been seen as “anomalies” by political analysts of democratization. But now cracks are appearing in these regimes. Malaysia will Read More

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Higher Mother Tongue, Bilingual Talent and Bicultural Elite: A Label Too Many
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By Tan Yin Hoe Language as a tool of cognition and communication is very utilitarian in nature. It is good to the extent which it serves its purposes well. Given that language acquisition is an arduous task that takes time, effort and determination, Read More

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NSP elects its 15th CEC in OPC meeting
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National Soliardity Party (NSP) has elected its 15th Central Executive Committee (CEC) in its Ordinary Party Congress Meeting held on Sunday, 28th April 2013. The newly elected committee in their respective positions are; President : Sebastian Teo Secretary General : Hazel Poa Council Members Read More

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Response to Minister Lim Swee Say
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By Philip Ang The PAP is fond of issuing motherhood statements to Singaporeans as if all of us are its children. As if Khaw Boon Wan’s ridiculous statements on losses incurred by the HDB wasn’t enough, here goes Minister Lim Swee Say. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/s-pore-needs-to-be-future-ready-lim-swee/655158.html Read More

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