Tag: Lee Hsien Loong

A government in dilemma

By Augustine Low The year began for the PAP government on a dismal note with its trouncing in the Punggol East by-election. And it is...

PAP has to break free of the past

By Augustine Low   The PAP is a product of its past, and mightily proud of the fact. But there is the danger that the past...
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Do anti-online harassment laws mask real intent of the Govt?

This is a guest post. The author blogs at Jentrified Citizen “Satisfied people don’t have time to go onto the Internet. Unhappy people often go there,”...

The owl visits the Prime Minister

The owl visits the prime minister's office at the Istana. According to a piece in Wikipedia: in the native Cherokee culture, as well as many...
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We the brats of Singapore

Law professor Walter Woon cited the four constitutional challenges against the government since the 2011 General Election as examples of "diminished diffidence" of our...

Ah boys to men, only if we respect them: NS debate Part 2

By Zach Isaiah Chia A recent IPS survey showed that many people think that NS makes boys into men, a key right of passage into...

Who's The Messiah's Next Target?

It could well be controversial extra-marital affair website, Ashley Madison, the Prime Minister's Facebook page or anyone's website. Unless you've not been reading the...
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Ngiam: Robust cabinet strikes back

By Tan Bah Bah “Wrong impression”, “illogical”, “not fair” , “spoken without realising” - these were the phrases Ngiam Tong Dow used to describe his...
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Why PM wants to be in the news

By Abhijit Nag Has the Prime Minister become more outgoing than usual? Is he appearing in public so often that he is no longer front-page...
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Which way GDP?

By Thusitha de Silva The Singapore government's economic focus is likely to remain on continuing to grow the gross domestic product. When Myanmar opposition leader Aung...
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