Daily Archives: 2014-08-05

Pulp Friction – challenging norms and legislation

By Ariffin Sha Editing and images by Howard Lee Are we muzzled? Are we getting access to information? Can we cope with diversity of views? What is the role of public institutions like the National Library Board? Who are they supposed to serve and how? How do we ensure that our personal values also have a space in secular Singapore? …

Read More »

Youth of Singapore, it’s time to rise

By Ariffin Sha Our former Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong once warned the writer Catherine Lim that she ought “to join a political party if she wanted to air political views in public.” I disagree. We don’t have to be members of political parties to be able to air our views and comment on politics. National policies affects us all …

Read More »