"I am very impressed with the way he analyses things, to the point where I would feel much more confident about the Government if he were in the Government .... I do hope that the people in the Government at least pay attention to and reflect on what he says, because sometimes people need intelligent minds like Mr Wang to knock some sense into them."
"What I admire most about him is he doesn’t just talk a very good talk, he walks (sometimes runs!) his talk. He’s practiced what he’s preached to get some mind-bogglingly results in his life and I’m always looking forward to learning from this wise man...." - Alvin Soon.
"[Mr Wang] provides very insightful, balanced and also rather close to heart commentaries on our local politics." - Wenyi Chong.
"If the world at large took Mr. Wang's writing as a measure of the level of writing ability in Singapore, it would have appeared as if Mr. Wang had been hogging all the brain juice when it was being handed out." - Kaiserkai.
[On Mr Wang's blog] "Oooh ... This is good." - Lilian.
"Check out this man's blog. I'm officially a fan of Mr Wang." - Dawn L.
"A radical and revolutionary in the land of the happy and the clean (and the free-of-thought)." - Friskodude.
"Mr. Wang, you are certainly the best!" - Straydog.
"He's one of those few prominent bloggers in Singapore other than Mr brown, Mr miyagi and xiaxue. I highly recommend his blog to you ... if you're interested in politics, and in Singapore affairs." - Azzurri
"It's all good. Hop over, bookmark the site, grab the feed. It's compulsory reading, class." - N Sivasothi.
"The online environment is really a credibility game, just like the real physical world we live in. Folks need to establish their “cred” in order for their comments to be recognised. That’s why many people continually return to read ... Mr Wang ..." Endorphin Junkie.
[During the 2006 General Elections] "The entire Channel NewsAsia election converage team is not even comparable to individuals such as Mr Wang Says So ...." - Feynman Boson.
"...[my] favourite social commentator, Mr Wang ..." - NumNut.
This used to be my main blog - but no longer. As of January 2007, my active blog is over here: Mr Wang Says So. So click, come over and visit! It's one of the most popular and well-known blogs in the country.
The archives of Mr Wang Bakes Good Karma still contain more than 450 of my original commentaries on Singapore news and events (between May 2005 and Dec 2006). So feel free to explore.