10 years after an attempt to repeal an anti-gay law, Singapore’s LGBTQ activists are still seeking equality.
Mandatory two-year conscription of males is trumpeted as crucial to the island nation's survival and success but is being questioned by a more professionally minded and socially conscious generation.
There is no such thing as an old clunker in Singapore. Here, a car is more than just a tool—it's an expensive treasure to be cherished. This status symbol is now set to become an even more extravagant commodity as the government shifts its attention towards engineering a "car-lite" country.
Teen blogger Amos Yee is finally a free man in the United States after a three-member panel at the Board of Immigration Appeals ruled unanimously to grant him asylum, making him the first Singaporean in years to receive political refuge in the West.
If anything can be learned from this year’s damp squib of a presidential “election”, it is that the People’s Action Party (PAP), whose rule in Singapore has been uninterrupted since 1959, is not as above racial politics as it claims.