Daily Archives: 2013-12-01

A (dangerously) confused PAP Government

By Andrew Loh The People’s Action Party (PAP) Government’s recent proclamations about online anonymity are further signs of how confused, misguided and ill-informed our leaders have become. This is perhaps synonymous with its directionless leadership in recent years, as evidenced by its own admission, during and after the 2011 General Election, that it had got some policies wrong. But as …

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What has Alex Au got to do with jobs and incomes?

By Leong Sze Hian I refer to the article “Supporters of blogger Alex Au issue statement” (Straits Times, Nov 30).   Inhibiting the right of free expression? It states that “The right of free expression is enshrined in… our Constitution… The AGC’s action reflects an overzealous desire to police public opinion. His supporters said that if the 61-year-old blogger had erred, …

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Action for AIDS releases song for World AIDS Day

SINGAPORE – Action for AIDS is proud to announce that on World AIDS Day (1 December 2013), in collaboration with BLUSH, an all-female pop group, produced by Quincy Jones, we have released a new song and music video entitled Doing It Better. The song was commissioned by Action for AIDS to celebrate the organisations’s 25th Anniversary as well as to …

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