OPINION: Political awakening of a 20-year-old Singaporean - Loh Peiying:

Yawningbread.wordpress.com, 28 Apr 2011 I am 20 and I cannot vote. To be honest, I was never really bothered with politics. I had a father who was very political but that was as far as it went. He would always nag at me for being so apathetic. Like everyone my age, there are more fun things I could do with my life. I can watch Glee, spend hours painting my nails or queue for a cup of bubble tea from KOI. I lead a comfortable life, I have a spot in the university… what more could I ask for. Why should I even care? At my age, few care about politics. Exams are stressful enough. But now I’m tweeting and sharing political news almost 24/7 like nobody’s business. What sparked off this interest in politics? Nothing much really. Perhap it was boredom during lectures at University. I made a radical decision to ‘like’ The Online Citizen on Facebook which has been updating me daily ...

Full article: http://singaporenewsalternative.blogspot.com/2011/04/opin...

Tweets

A 20-year-old writes eloquently about why she is volunteering for #sgelections

A 20-year-old writes eloquently about why she i...

yawningbread.wordpress.com 28 Apr '11, 4am

To be honest, I was never really bothered with politics. I had a father who was very political but that was as far as it w...

Looks?!! The opposite of political apathy, poli...

forums.hardwarezone.com.sg 02 May '11, 12pm

I don't really get what she's typing... If your parents get pissed with you for disobeying them, tell you if you continue ...

Molly: 6 Dumb Singaporean Election Claims #sgelections #sgelection

Molly: 6 Dumb Singaporean Election Claims #sgel...

mollymeek.wordpress.com 29 Apr '11, 6pm

No one is saying that highly qualified people are elitist. It is simply that the PAP’s selection of “talents” are usually ...