29 November 2018 Ms Elizabeth Denham Information Commissioner Information Commissioner’s Office Wycliffe House Water Lane Wilmslow Cheshire SK9 5AF Dear Ms Denham I am writing to you as a Singaporean […]
How the PAP are unable to refute Justice Coles on the Amos Yee asylum case.
So Shanmugam said in Parliament last week that the Government is looking at new laws to deal with the problem of “fake news”. It is difficult to understand why new laws are […]
Dear Mr Shanmugam, I refer to the shoddy, petulant and misleading press release dated 25 March 2017 issued by your ministry : “MHA’s Comments on Amos Yee’s Asylum Application.” I […]
My first hand account of my experiences as a witness at Amos Yee's asylum hearing.
Most people, if not all, will have seen LKY’s daughter’s, Lee Wei Ling’s, public postings on Facebook saying that she would no longer write for SPH as the editors there […]
The editors of the The Real Singapore, Ai Takagi and Yang Kaiheng, have been charged with sedition for stirring up ill will between Singaporeans and foreigners. Takagi has already pleaded […]
Introducing a talented young performer and a spoken word performance that sums up our Singapore existence much better than a thousand written words from me. This is Benjamin Chow’s take on Majulah. […]
Yesterday I wrote about the #WeAreMajulah team. A group of cynics trying to whip up Nationalist fervour by jumping on the bandwagon of the #JeSuisCharlie movement that sprung up as a […]
Recently some American journalists have described the leading Republican candidate for the Presidency, Donald Trump, as a fascist citing some of his statements, particularly against Muslims and Mexican immigrants as […]
This is a copy of the Reform Party’s latest Press release. “Reform Party is concerned that the Prime Minister in his personal capacity as Mr Lee Hsien Loong is currently […]
A few days ago I wrote about how I had received the news that Amnesty International had decided to make Amos a “Prisoner of Conscience” (Breaking news: Amos Yee :World’s […]
I have been sent this anonymous account and asked to post it on my blog. Prisoner of conscience: Raif Badawi “It is abhorrent that this cruel and unjust sentence […]
Breaking news: Amos Yee :World’s Youngest Prisoner of Conscience to be recognised by Amnesty International
Amnesty International to recognise Amos Yee as A Prisoner of Conscience.
I read an interesting article today by a foreign journalist for Mumbrella, entitled “The thin pink line: Singapore’s curious rules for covering ‘alternative lifestyles’“. In this article the journalist Robin […]
The un’bear’able Photoshop Here is a postcard I picked up at the Centre Pompidou in France. The image is of a sculpture by a Belgian artist named Pascal Bernier. The postcard was freely […]