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Singapore PAP government vows to Philippine officials to crush anti-Filipino sentiments in Singapore


Journal.com.ph, 13 Jul 2014
Singaporean officials has assured the Philippines their government is taking steps to address the hate campaign on Filipinos working there.
The assurance was made by the Singapore delegation who participated in Informal Consultations on the Philippines-Singapore Action Plan (PSAP).
During the meeting, the two sides tackled labor cooperation, noting the large number of Filipinos who live and work in Singapore.
Both sides expressed satisfaction with the developments in the overall implementation of the PSAP, including strengthening defense cooperation, which has seen active intelligence and education exchanges between military personnel of the two countries, as well as education cooperation, which has seen hundreds of Filipinos availing themselves of scholarships at Singapore schools, including numerous Philippine civil servants, who have attended programs at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Full story

OPINION: PAP Regime Battles New Wave Of Activism In Singapore


Popspoken.com, 12 Jul 2014
Not too long ago would Singaporeans balk at the idea of standing up for your own rights. Not too long ago did the country share its disdain for then-Singapore Democratic Party leader Chee Soon Juan’s public protest outside the Central Provident Fund building that has photos still immortalised on photo wire agencies like Getty Images.
But, take a look around now. It has become very clear: Singaporeans aren’t willing to stay silent anymore.
Gone are the days when it was popular for anonymous commenters to use pseudonyms to thrash Singapore’s top brass on anti-government watercooler sites like Temasek Review (and its various reincarnations). Today, a simple cursory glance on an article on the National Library Board’s recent decision to pulp two books that were deemed to have contained messages that are against its “pro-family” stance reveals plenty of well-thought-out critique.
And yes, real names and real faces are on them. Full story
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