Tag: Roy Ngerng

Catherine Lim: mistrust is very real, even if it’s a minority

At midnight yesterday, Catherine Lim penned yet another note- this time in response to the Singapore's Consul-General in Hong Kong, Jacky Foo. Her words...

Why I changed my mind: Roy

It was a case of twist and turn as the online went on overdrive again over Roy Ngerng, the man catapulted to headline fame...

Roy debate: Where is the sane, moderate voice?

The loudest opinion on blogger Roy Ngerng is divided into two camps: Pro- Roy and anti-Roy. It has been hard to find a sane, moderate...

Roy Ngerng sacked. Tan Tock Seng explains. I understand, he says

Political blogger Roy Ngerng’s employment contract was terminated today by Tan Tock Seng Hospital. The 33-year-old patient coordinator told The Independent Singapore that he received...

Vandalism and political defiance

By Trinity Chua and Tan Yong Heng Defiance and dissent is taking on a slightly violent streak. Vandals have struck by scrawling anti-PAP words on...

Five donors step up to say why they donated to Roy Ngerng

Blogger Roy Ngerng’s crowdfunding efforts to help pay for his legal battle with the PM got many ordinary Singaporeans contributing to the cause. And the...

CPF: Old policy, new fire

By Augustine Low The government may have unwittingly opened a Pandora’s box. The talk of the town is about the CPF, thanks to the case...

Singapore’s elephant in the room

For the naysayers and soothsayers, the clearest indication that Singapore’ centre of gravity  is shifting to the left came when President Tony Tan opened...

PM vs Roy: Why it’s unnecessary

By Augustine Low President Barack Obama recently joked that when he leaves office after his eight-year term, Fox News would miss him sorely. Obama has been...

PM vs Roy: Why it is necessary

By Tan Bah Bah Some netizens may disagree with me, and I hope not to be proven wrong. Roy Ngerng has so far gotten off...
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