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Is it so difficult for our leaders to say a simple ‘sorry’ ?

Is it so difficult for our leaders to say a simple ‘sorry’ ?

By Fang Zhi Yuan, Senior writer The recent Tan Yong Soon fiasco has drawn polarizing opinions from two different camps. While the majority of netizens lampooned and condemned Tan for being insensitive and callous in flaunting his wealth in a national paper, some defended his travelogue as an innocuous sharing of one’s... 

Are netizens living in their own ivory towers in cyberspace ?

Are netizens living in their own ivory towers in cyberspace ?

By Fang Zhi Yuan and Jeremy Yau If a foreigner were to stumble upon Singapore’s boisterous if not sometimes rowdy internet forums and read the ongoing discussions amongst forumers, he would have thought that the ruling PAP is a nefarious government bent on exploiting its citizens and would be booted out of office pretty... 

Few changes expected in Singapore’s political status quo in 2009

Few changes expected in Singapore’s political status quo in 2009

By Fang Zhi Yuan, Chief Editor 2008 proved to be a watershed in the history of Singapore politics: Outdoor protests were legalized for the first time since independence, albeit in a small corner in the city besides a police station. Over 70 protests were held at Hong Lim Park so far, the most notable being the minibond rallies... 



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