Look beyond the cluster bluster and keep Singapore night scene alive, KTVs included

Could the KTV cluster have been prevented? I am not sure but it has definitely exposed possible weak links in our immigration and law...

CECA: Stop fake exasperation, release more data and start real debate

Finally, the government has decided to “debate” CECA – after stalling for some time. Last Tuesday’s (June 6) Parliament sitting saw two ministers delivering...

Winston Choo can teach today’s SAF generals and ex-generals a thing or two

Before the scholars, the two men most identified with the Singapore Armed Forces were Kirpa Ram Vij and Winston Choo, its first army chiefs....

Orange & Teal: Will Lee Hsien Yang be there? And will Jamus Lim now...

Covid-19 continued to hog the headlines, with the unsatisfactory rate of vaccination among elderly Singaporeans a growing concern. Race and racism had a big...

Covid-19: Did the government over-promise on vaccines and vaccination?

One would think it is a no-brainer now that the much-awaited much touted life-saving vaccines are available to combat Covid-19, everyone would rush to...

Mixed marriages or couplehood: Do you care what Tan Boon Lee or Lee Kuan...

Is the hoo-ha over the Ngee Ann Polytechnic lecturer just a storm in the multi-racial teacup which will subside and be forgotten as swiftly...

Role of women: What do Islam and other three main religions have to say,...

Suddenly, because of the asatizah controversy, there is now much soul-searching in the local Muslim community on equality of the sexes. The issues are: ...

Jade Rasif, Sarah Bagharib and Beyond The Hijab: Demonstrating the power of social media!

This must be declared the week of female influencers and activist Muslim groups, if I may call them such. All in just a number...

To DPM Heng Swee Keat: Don’t devalue the Singapore core, remember Aloysius Pang

Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat wants Singaporeans to avoid having a narrow definition of “the Singapore core”. It does not matter whether someone...

Goh Chok Tong: Standing tall – or selling Singapore history short?

In the second part of his two-volume memoirs, former PM Goh Chok Tong spoke about two persons close to him whose political careers had...
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