A comparison of Alex Au and M Ravi’s take on a constitutional challenge of Section 377A, and my reading of both.
People are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Even if they have been picked up by the police, or appear to have criminal connections.
A little over two months ago, I embarked on a study of consumer perceptions of political blogs. I’ve held it back for a while, to allow my paper to be marked without prejudicing the results and to properly format the paper for online viewing. Now that I’ve received my grades, I’m able to release the […]
The survey mentioned below is now closed. If you have completed the survey, you have my thanks. Now the real work begins… And Ganga, you’re welcome.
Request for participants in a survey on the perceptions of socio-political blogs and the mainstream media in Singapore.
The previous post I wrote was less clear than I wanted it to be. This post is an attempt to clarify my position, with additional material and explanations where necessary.
People are responsible for their actions. Saying that someone is not responsible for a crime in which she precipitated through her high risk behaviour is absurd.
I cover a film screening and a dialogue session between the faith and LBGT communities in Singapore.
Prejudice is a perception, one that hinders human interaction and progress, and has no place in the world.
Religion is a matter of personal choice. Respect for religion simply means acknowledging it as a separate path.