Imposing limits on freedom of speech to protect feelings will harm society.
The elections are coming, and Singapore’s opposition parties need to think about branding, election strategy, candidate selection and coalition-building.
The Charleston attack and the Day of Terror illustrate the principles of open source warfare: domination of the news cycle, rush to atrocities, and leverage of political topics.
In light of TRS being shut down, what does the government mean by ‘light touch’?
Singapore’s opposition parties need to become political parties, not personality parties.
On Wednesday my computer broke down without warning. I suspect it’s a hard disk drive failure, but time will tell the true cause. The digital silence that followed gave me the time I needed to coalesce some thoughts that were floating about in my mind, specifically pertaining to silence and speech. As an introvert, silence comes […]
When confronting terrorism, it is necessary to combine the pen and the sword.
The first excerpt from Keepers of the Flame, coming soon.
Following my interview with Channel NewsAsia, I elaborate on my experiences as an independent writer and the lessons to be learned here.
Many things went wrong at Hong Lim Park. The activists could have acted and communicated in a way perceived to be respectful of others, instead of ploughing ahead and making themselves look bad.