Wiki.sg is a one-stop learning resource for all things Singaporean. Our mission is to digitalise all the information we can find about Singapore and to make this accessible and free to everyone. At the moment, digitised information is scattered across multiple sites on the internet.
It is our goal to sort the most relevant facts for Singaporeans from the clutter.
Wiki.sg is not affiliated to Wikipedia, although we embody the same values of integrity and transparency of shared information online.
Wiki.sg Code of Ethics
Wiki.sg writes in a factual and objective manner, free from external third-party interests. Our team is made up of people who:
1. Practice stringent and rigorous fact-checking.
You can trust that our articles have been reliably sourced. If we are unsure of a piece of information, we will state it as such.
2. Believe in accountability to our readers.
All the information we present is footnoted and referenced accordingly. A quick survey of our articles will also show you that they are substantiated with academic-level citations in the Chicago style. With our citations, our readers are easily directed to the source material through the links provided.
As a platform, Wiki.sg welcomes article contributions from the public so long as they are factually accurate, unbiased and relevant to Singaporeans. All submissions are subject to moderation by a team of editors to ensure that the information presented is genuine.
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