Two days ago Alex Au wrote a post about cultural conflict stemming from immigration. In it, he recounts the story of a neighbour from India whose wife steadfastly refuses to return his greetings. Au believes that this may be due to cultural considerations, and asks: But then it raises the question: If we want to integrate […]
I, ESCHATON is live and ready for sale! The third entry of the American Heirs series, this story picks up where KEEPERS OF THE FLAME left off, taking Master Sergeant Christopher Miller into a new battlefield. To quote the blurb: — Master Sergeant Christopher Miller has returned home from war, but war has come to find […]
In light of TRS being shut down, what does the government mean by ‘light touch’?
I, Eschaton is ready for reorder!
By pressuring IKEA to stop promoting Lawrence Khong’s performance because of Khong’s views, interest groups are saying that they do not disapprove of pressure tactics and coercion, so long as they are the ones doing it.
Malaysia’s policies of defending and enforcing Islamic norms are coming around to bite it in the back.
The second chapter of my upcoming work I, Eschaton.
Celebrating diversity is fine, but the real trick is creating cohesion.
Lee Kuan Yew’s death has inevitably polarised Singapore. One camp eulogises him as the founder of modern Singapore; this group dominates the airwaves and the papers, singing his praises as long and loud as they can. Another camp points to his history of authoritarianism and Machiavellian approach to handling dissent, and criticises Lee across the Internet. The […]
Today Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew passed at the age of 91. Lee stands among the finest statesmen in history. He turned a tiny resource-free island into a global financial hub. He dedicated his life to Singapore, to his vision of Singapore, participating in the affairs of state up until his final days. No doubt […]