Tag: Kumaran Pillai

Saving Papa Lee’s legacy

By: Kumaran Pillai Lee Wei Ling is no stranger to politics in Singapore and in the past she has written so fondly about her papa,...

Apple Seed showcases local talent at Expo launch

By Stefania Gonzalez Russi Apple Seed, a Singapore-based venture accelerator, inaugurated its official launch during an expo, presenting eight startups to an audience of investors,...

Tan Jee Say — a political nomad and his “third force” ambitions

By Kumaran Pillai After being in the wilderness for the last three years, Singapore’s political nomad, Tan Jee Say, has finally found a place to...

Kumaran Pillai: Our vote is not cheap, you need to earn it

Soon after the PAP had its worst electoral showing since Independence in 2011, George Yeo asked rhetorically: Whither Singapore? Today, 2 1/2 years later, the...

Confessions of an editor

By P N Balji Editor, The Independent Singapore A reluctant editor, I have been called a newsroom chameleon and now find myself a digital virgin. The transformation...
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