[LIVE from 1st Oct 2014] – Occupy Hong Kong (All PHOTOS)

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1st Oct 2014 – We are reporting LIVE from the #OccupyHongKong protests in the heart of Hong Kong Island, where thousands of students and pro Democracy supporters have gathered to protest against the recent rulings and announcements of the Government. We are on the ground, reporting live with the latest PHOTOS and reports from inside the crowd – FOLLOW – SHARE – Spread the word!

[LIVE on 30th Sep 2014] – Occupy Hong Kong (All PHOTOS)

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30th Sep 2014 – We are reporting LIVE from the #OccupyHongKong protests in the heart of Hong Kong Island, where thousands of students and pro Democracy supporters have gathered to protest against the recent rulings and announcements of the Government. We are on the ground, reporting live with the latest PHOTOS and reports from inside the crowd – FOLLOW – SHARE – Spread the word!

[LIVE on 29th Sep 2014] – Occupy Hong Kong (All PHOTOS)

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29th Sep 2014 – We are reporting LIVE from the #OccupyHongKong protests in the heart of Hong Kong Island, where thousands of students and pro Democracy supporters have gathered to protest against the recent rulings and announcements of the Government. We are on the ground, reporting live with the latest PHOTOS and reports from inside the crowd – FOLLOW – SHARE – Spread the word!

The 5 Best Live Feeds (VIDEO / PHOTOS) to follow Occupy Hong Kong

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If you are not tucked away on your sun lounger in Thailand without Wifi or behind Chinese Firewalls (with wifi or without), you have by now heard about the massive Student protests currently happening in Hong Kong. I usually don’t take a personal stand online when it comes to political issues and rather talk about these topics with friends in a lively discussion, but if you have grown up in a healthy decomcratic environment and were able to see and live it’s benefits, you probably join sides with the protesters in Hong Kong these days. There are multiple ways to stay updated in the chaotic situation, here are our top 5.

Singapore’s Political System – Explained For Strangers

Oha, Hot Topic!
How many times did I sit together with my friends to discuss Singapore’s political system, one-party democracy and weird way of appointing rather then voting new governmental positions… Let’s say, it isn’t an easy thing to talk about and our discussions are certainly not over yet.

But besides personal opinions and ideals, I want to give an easy and quick oversight about the general political system in Singapore, and how it is supposed to work. For everyone new to Singapore easy to understand.

5 Books You Must Read Before Coming To Singapore

Because They Are Banned In Singapore! If you browse through ten books, written on Singapore’s history and how the nation transformed into the expat friendly, economically booming Disneyland it is today, nine will tell you the story through pink-foggy glasses, one will talk about the reality. Before you come to Singapore you get the chance… Read more »

What Nobody Knows About Singapore’s Press Freedom

Following Worlds Press Freedom Day 2008, SingaBloodyPore features a very interesting article about the Press Freedom in Singapore. Very well written by several political inspired writers it critically observes the local Press situation and  names interesting facts such as: – Singapore is ranked 141 out of 167 in the global “World Press Freedom Index” (142 is Afghanistan) – Singapore… Read more »

Bryan Caplans Fresh View On Singapores Politics And Censorship

“Well, I think it’s not true that it’s a dictatorship. It’s a British parliamentary system and by the accounts of international observers the elections are not corrupt” A Fresh Point Of View Economist Blogger Bryan Caplan recently visisted our island Singapore to discuss one of Singapores more sensitive topics, namely “Public Opinions”, with several public… Read more »

Singaporeans: Live Life And Pay And Shut Up

What do you do if you are in this situation: You are doing and living your rights, as they are written down in the lawbook of your country, you are not violating these laws nor are you doing anything harming your countries constitutions… Then there are the authorieties, they have the official right to imprison you in case… Read more »

Are Singaporeans Politically Apathetic?

The Diary of a Singaporean Mind blog has a very interesting article about last Sundays incident in front of the Parliament House and the following arrest of the peaceful protestors around activist Chee. It questions why there is such a discussion and mostly symphatizing movement especially online going on, but when it comes to actions, like demonstrations, speeches… Read more »