Telling stories from a tiny Southeast Asian island.
The success of Singapore's Paralympians in Rio has reignited the debate over how para-athletes should be rewarded and acknowledged.
The spread of Zika demonstrates the importance of caring for the living conditions of everyone in Singapore, including transient workers.
While tensions between the offence of contempt and the principle of free speech will always exist, the broad and wide-ranging language used in the Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill gets the balance wrong. Leaving people confused over what can or can’t be said will have a chilling effect, whatever the intention of the law, further entrenching a culture of self-censorship and passive citizenship that’s detrimental to Singaporean society in the long run.
The Elections Department announced that it has filed police reports against two individuals and an online news site for breaching Cooling-Off Day rules. But what do these rules actually achieve?
An opinion piece on the preventive detention of eight Bangladeshi workers, and the lack of transparency that needs to be scrutinised.
A response to a ruling party MP's suggestion that communal spaces in Little India be fenced off from migrant workers.
A blog post on defensive urban architecture in Singapore.
A look at the discrimination and prejudice that transgender sex workers face, and how voyeuristic articles in the media hurt rather than help.
A response to the discussion about elderly cardboard collectors in Singapore.
A look at meritocracy, respect, deference and social justice in Singapore.
With thousands of stranded refugees stranded out at sea in Southeast Asia, what should Singapore's role be?
A blog post for Yahoo! Singapore on the shutdown of The Real Singapore.
Thoughts on how Singapore needs to move beyond the "Third World to First" narrative.