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Miss Lee Li Lian And The Workers’ Party: “Basking In Reflected Glory”?

The BIRG cognition is a key reason why Miss Lee Li Lian achieved victory, and it will continue to drive the Workers’ Party (WP) to further electoral success. Continue reading

SDA’s Desmond Lim’s Youth Volunteers: Questions I Would’ve Asked

I thought it was a pity that the aforementioned publication focused on the allegations that Mr. Lim had broken electioneering rules, because the interview presented some healthy opportunities to ask more pertinent questions. Continue reading

The Straits Times Looks At Politicians And Social Media Usage

Last Saturday, The Straits Times ran an interesting special report on “The Social Politician” (January 14, 2012), which not only looked at the online involvement efforts of our Members of Parliament (MP), but also developed intriguing frameworks to evaluate their overall effectiveness. I figured it would be quite enlightening to look at some perspectives that have been highlighted, as well as areas that might have been overlooked. Continue reading

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