Daily Archives: April 6, 2015

Amos Yee and the hypocrisy of some responsible speech advocates
By Howard Lee Posted on by Howard Lee 97

By Carlton Tan Within 2 days of posting his anti-LKY video, Amos Yee became the subject of 20 police reports lodged against him. In the week that followed, he became the subject of ever more insults and spurious speculation. In response to this, Read More

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Elderly lady’s toes amputated after suffering serious injuries from bus accident
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 2

An elderly lady’s toes have been amputated after suffering serious injuries from a bus accident. Shin Min Daily News reported on Sunday about the elderly lady who suffered serious injuries after falling off a bus when the bus driver moved off before she had Read More

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Nominations open for Singapore Advocacy Awards 2015
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 1

Who are Singapore’s most outstanding advocates and activists? The annual search for Singapore’s most outstanding civil society organisations and individuals has begun. Nominations open today for the Singapore Advocacy Awards, which aim to recognise, affirm and celebrate civil society organisations and individuals for Read More

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The freedom to assemble peacefully in Singapore:  An illusory right?
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 1

By Priscilla Chia Many of you might be familiar with the Speaker’s Corner. It is the only public venue in Singapore where citizens and permanent residents may give public speeches, debate or performances without a license and hold public demonstrations without a police permit. Read More

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