The relationship between the citizen and the state, and by extension the individual and the group, is a dynamic and interdependent one. Emphasising one over the other is unacceptable.
Foreign talent remains a prickly topic in Singapore. Here I try to tease out the roots of this debate, to figure out how to solve it.
The government made another call for an online code of conduct. Such an approach is misguided. The government should instead participate more actively on the Internet if it wants to promote its views, or just take a step back and leave the Internet alone.
Free extracts of my ebooks are now available, on this post and on my store.
Self-publishing enables consumers to pay less and writers to earn more from ebooks.
The Mages’ Game is now available on Smashwords and on this ebook store.
Watchman has been published!
The failings of Singapore’s policy on religious harmony can be seen in the Catholic Church’s latest campaign to cancel a theme party.
Local NGOs like HOME and TWC2 have questioned inspections of repatriation companies in November held by the Ministry of Manpower. The NGOs also question why the police refuse to help workers abused by repatriation companies.
The Digital Revolution in publishing and writing applies mainly to countries where ereaders are available and where people are familiar with ebooks. So I’m making ebooks available in places where the big e-publishers and e-distributors aren’t.