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Latest stories about Singapore
4 April 2014
A Singapore poster campaign in a busy train station wants the public to think twice about meat consumption.
1 April 2014
Thailand's New Year celebration, Songkran, is globally famous for its water splashing activities. But Singapore will celebrate Songkran this month without water to emphasize water conservation.
26 December 2013
Global Voices coverage of the transboundary haze pollution in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia; and the deadly impact of super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in 2013
24 December 2013
Several Southeast Asian governments were confronted with big street protests in 2013. In Thailand, street protesters are still actively pushing for the ouster of the incumbent government
12 December 2013
Singapore's first riot in four decades also highlighted the growing tension between the local population and the rising number of foreign workers.
26 October 2013
Singapore "is known for defining everything" including "the exact number of people that constitutes an unlawful assembly." But surprisingly, the richest country in the world has not yet defined poverty
9 October 2013
Private tuition or tutoring centers are proliferating in Singapore as parents continue to spend more money to improve the education of their children. Is this good or bad?
3 October 2013
Malaysian independence fighter and communist leader Chin Peng died in Bangkok last month but his wish for his ashes to be returned home was rejected by the Malaysian government
1 October 2013
Democracy icon Suu Kyi says rich Singapore can learn from Myanmar's 'relaxed way of life' and 'warmer and closer relationships'.
11 August 2013
The head shaving event that aims to raise funds and promote awareness on childhood cancer attracted more than 6,000 participants.