Tag Archives: freedom

Where does freedom end for bloggers and online journalists?

Having read the above article in today’s Today, I would say right here and now. Seriously, do we have to threaten legal actions everytime someone says something unfavourable? What have we become? A nation of LKYs? I am appalled that an organisation like A*Star cannot resolve what amounts to a personal spat between Philip Yeo… Read More »

The Lee Kuan Yew that very few Singaporeans know about

To Catch a Tartar: A Dissident in Lee Kuan Yew’s Prisonis an excellent study of the conceit and deceit of a man many Singaporeans thought they knew. The author, Francis Seow, is a former solicitor general and president of the Law Society in Singapore. This is his first-hand account of how he has suffered under… Read More »