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It’s Back to the 1970s

It’s Back to the 1970s

The last week has brought a distinct feeling of deja vu. Firstly, we had the decision to close Yale-NUS, which was spun as economic but was clearly a political decision. After Singapore promised that there would be freedom of thought and expression on campus, it became increasingly cleat that this was unacceptable to the Government.... 

Is the incompetent 4G leadership ignoring the writing on the wall?

Is the incompetent 4G leadership ignoring the writing on the wall?

(CNA; 17 Sep) “Unvaccinated 72-year-old woman dies of COVID-19 complications; 906 new local cases in Singapore” It states that “There were 837 patients warded in hospital, most of whom were well and under observation, said MOH”. Also, of these, 77 cases of serious illness required oxygen supplementation and 12 were in... 

Serious Leaders With ‘Zombie Ideas’

Serious Leaders With ‘Zombie Ideas’

As a lifelong admirer of Einstein, I thoroughly enjoyed his spirit of inquiry, his open-mindedness and his quest for the truth, and my admiration is due not only to his “science superstar” status, but also to his philosophical thought and his endearing humility. Einstein’s place in the history of thought seems... 



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