Hi everyone,

Theonlinecitizen warmly welcomes 4 new members/writers to the TOC team.

They are Selene Cheng, Lee Weijia, Zee Yeo and Kelly Chen.

Selene has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from NUS and is currently an editor with a private firm. Weijia is currently a law undergrad at the National University of Singapore.

Zee is serving his National Service. He describes himself as one who is “determined not to be one of those elusive, politically apathetic youths of Singapore.” Kelly volunteers as a legal advisor and backup writer/designer for Glamour IMVU Magazine, besides her day job.

Welcome aboard, guys and gals.. J

(You can read more about them here.)

TOC would also like to announce the departure of two writers – Ney Reed and Jeffrey Leow.

Ney was among one of the earliest writers on our team and we’re sad that he is leaving us. Nonetheless, we thank him for his contribution this past year and we wish him the very best in his personal endeavour.

(Remember Ney: Our doors are open to you anytime, as I said.. – Andrew)

We also thank Jeffrey for his contribution and being part of TOC. We wish Jeff the very best as well in all that he undertakes.

(Jeff, our doors are always open to you too.. )

TOC, as stated, is a community of Singaporeans – ordinary citizens speaking out on issues which concern all of us. If you feel that you want to be part of our team, you are more than welcome.

Do drop us an email at [email protected].

In the meantime, please continue to visit with us and give us your feedback on our work.

Thanks, everyone.

Andrew Loh


Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
You May Also Like

No place for political violence in Singapore

There are alternatives to violence to express one’s unhappinness.

MDA ordered comic book withdrawn from bookstore

The Media Development Authority (MDA) has confirmed that the comic, Archie: The…

NS for foreigners? They’re already contributing!

Many foreigners coming to Singapore are in their late 20s or older.…

Escape has yet to dent govt’s hubris

By Gerald Giam While in a cab last Saturday, I recalled the…