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How Social media has changed the way the government interacts with the people and vice versa

Desmond Loy

on 10 April 2013

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Middle income citizen Singaporean PR Soars social issues Housing Private developers safe country clean great education Top ranking university Expats Private Houses Citizenship Raised equity
values due to pricing bonus Foreigners Pay beyond price cap in market -> set new benchmark Advantages
1.Cost effective strategies and campaigns that can spread virally.
2.Social media has the power to drive traffic to your website, blog, articles, etc.
3.Social media is able to bring people together, especially when promoting global products or cause-related campaigns and ideas since it allows people from the different geographical location to meet at a single point and express their views.
4. It could also be used to further build loyalty and long-term relations with your audience. Point Fingers at Social Media Impact Of Social Media Social Media Whats is social Media ? Social media refers to the means of interactions
among people in which they create, share,
and exchange information and ideas in virtual
communities and networks.
It is a user generated content. Working adults Elders Student Private developers (outsource to foreigners to cover cost of hdb to loan of tenure to pay off for next project --empty apartments) Overcrowding wages Housing Large numbers, majority from asian countries Permanent resident occupy hdb flat and sublet to foreigners Willing accept low wages pay Rich foreigners Expensive Voices opinion speaker corner under the rug forum Hearttruth.com Advertisement social media spread faster Impact Of Social Media Impact on social media OVERALL Government's take Population White Paper Our TFR has been below the replacement rate of
2.1 for more than three decades (see Chart 1.1) In 2011, our Total Fertility Rate (TFR) was 1.20. At our current low birth rate, our citizen population will age rapidly,
and start declining from 2025, so we need to take in immigrants to make up for the smaller numbers in our younger age groups. Candidate of 2011 presidential elections: Tan Jee Say too supported a minimum wage. Moreover, we need a “robust social safety net”, he added, one that will assure families of financial security. He suggested more state investment in education and healthcare to take the burden of costs off people’s backs. “Better to spend reserves on Singaporeans than on building infrastructure to accommodate more foreigners,” he told the crowd. A local's point of view The White Paper was poorly timed, lacked breadth, depth and honesty with its social impact analysis, and failed to recognize the zeitgeist.

But the bigger doubts of Singaporeans are not over economics or population replenishment projections. They are about the more fundamental issues of trust and respect. Singaporeans need to know that they have put people in government who will give them that. For all its noble and right intentions, the White Paper failed to recognise this starting point. Reactions of the populace Release of white paper plan acceptance But Citizen Researched economic structure Discontent rises from everyone who accepted the fact that this issues are still yet unresolved still with the white paper plan not solving any of the social problems Bid more for land More pics to set you thinking ..... Singapore 2030....... Do you want this to happen ? http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=4553403749921&set=vb.1136226995&type=2&theater( Act ) The Population White Paper Desmond Yan Ling Ismadi Iskhandar Sumaiyah Allow me to sum up... Lets look at it from a global perspective Singapore: 7252 ppl/kmsq NYC: 10630 ppl/kmsq Hong Kong: 6340 ppl/kmsq Tokyo: 6029 ppl/kmsq Dhaka: 23029 ppl/kmsq Impact of Social Media Disadvantages
1.The wrong online brand strategy could put you at a viral social disadvantage and may even damage your reputation.
2.Social media can have a negative influence.
3.Spread destructive information
take advantage of others or spread false news (current issue on the white paper)
4. It 's is not a trustworthy source (individual). Slum Free Low Crime Rate ? Access to basic necessities Educated Blind Swallowing Evaluation Participation Kopitiam Rant Platform Government vs Initiate change for the better Following of Social Media Clumsily Handled Well Indicators for performance Responsive democratic Society happiness
progress VS Heard Aging Population 2030 UN definition 65 years 19% 8-10% :( ~9% in 2008 Healthcare Tax $$$Bonus$$$ Prices ? Cost of Living Transportation Overcrowding More train lines! Cooling Measures Housing Private Public Introduction Evaluation of Governments' Role Conflict of interest Long term bonuses Short-term needs vs BUT... Education System Strict Laws Low Crime rate
High efficiency
Low Corruption Lost Trust 2011 General Election Conclusion Controversial policies? could have been avoided Common aim Strike
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