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Book Ban: Singapore Nixes Story About Gay Penguins

Book Ban: Singapore Nixes Story About Gay Penguins

Roy and Silo, two male penguins living in the Central Park Zoo, created a stir over a decade ago after they successfully hatched and adopted a chick named Tango. The little family then inspired the children's book And Tango Makes Three . That ..., 2 weeks ago
Book Ban Singapore Nixes Story About Gay Penguins Big News Network, 2 weeks ago

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Singapore libraries to destroy books about gay families

Singapore -- A children's book inspired by a real-life story of two male penguins raising a baby chick in a New York zoo has been deemed inappropriate by state-run Singapore libraries, and the conservative city-state's information minister said he ...
 San Francisco Chronicle2 weeks ago Singapore Sparks Outrage by Destroying Copies of a Book About Gay Penguins  TakePart2 weeks ago Singapore Childrens book inspired by reallife gay penguin parents taken down  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Singapore backs call to destroy gay-themed books  Sify2 weeks ago

Singapore bans book based on Central Park Zoo's gay penguins

Singapore is putting the freeze on a children's book about the Central Park Zoo's gay penguin couple — by taking copies from ­libraries and ­destroy­ing them. The country's National Library Board will pulp three copies of And Tango Makes ...
 New York Post2 weeks ago

Sea lions deaths spark concerns about level of care

SINGAPORE — Two sea lions from the Singapore Zoo have died in the span of three months, most likely from an infection, while three of the five remaining sea lions have developed skin conditions. This has sparked concern among the Animal Concerns ...
 Today Online4 days ago

Singapore zoo CEO takes a leap into the wild

Two years after leaving the food and beverage industry where he had carved his career for the past two decades, Singaporean Lee Meng Tat is now living a wild life - quite literally. Heading
 Big News Network1 week ago Zoo CEO takes a leap into the wild  Yahoo! Xtra Business1 week ago
International Animal Rescue


As a member of the Asia for Animals Coalition (AfA), IAR has added its voice to requests for a change to current elephant management practices at Singapore Zoo. The move comes after the coalition learned of the continued use of the ankus by elephant ...
 International Animal Rescue2 weeks ago

Rare photos give glimpse into 1950s miniature zoo

SINGAPORE - Most children would have been happy with a dog or cat, but when Mr Tong Kok Kong was four, he had a tapir following at his heels. The large pig-like animal had some exotic neighbours: lions, panthers, sun bears, sea lions, a ...
 Asiaone1 month ago
Channel NewsAsia

20 Years Of Fun In The Dark With Night Safari

The world's first zoo for nocturnal animals, Singapore's Night Safari , marked its 20th Anniversary with an evening celebration graced by the Guest of Honour who also officiated the park opening in 1994, Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong. ...
 EGlobal Travel Media1 month ago New mane attraction at the Night Safari  Asiaone2 months ago Night Safari celebrates 20th anniversary  Today Online2 months ago

Singapore Zoo presents - Sleep with the Beasts

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 NTUC2 months ago

Does Singapore know what's good for you?

SINGAPORE, July 27 — Do you remember the good old days? The Singapore of the 70s and 80s — a world of clear, moral certainties. Things were straightforward back then: Long hair? B​ad.​ C​hewing gum? Banned. Vandalised a car? Four strokes ...
 Malay Mail2 days ago Kate Middleton put this Singapore retailer on the map  CNBC4 days ago Singapore orders LGBT children's library books transferred to adult section  Fridae5 days ago Singapore Writers Slam Plans to Destroy Children's Books  MedIndia2 weeks ago
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