Tag: academic freedom in Singapore

Hong Kong’s academic future may be similar to Singapore’s

In an opinion piece for the South China Morning Post, academics Philip G. Altbach and Gerard Postiglione write that the future of Hong Kong’s...

On schools being used for politics: “Thinking critically is different from being unthinkingly critical”...

Minister for Education Ong Ye Kung maintains that academic institutions are venues for learning and not for anyone to practice one's political advocacy. It...

Diplomat Tommy Koh defends Alfian Sa’at amid Yale-NUS dissent course furor

Singapore—The furor over the cancellation last month of a Yale-NUS module on dissent that was to have been led by playwright Alfian Sa’at has...

On Yale-NUS course cancellation: “We are committed to operating within Singapore laws” – Tan...

A course which is part of a week-long programme and part of the curriculum for first-year students at the liberal arts college at Yale-NUS was...
Theindependent