This week: Shanmugam’s media campaign to defend the War on Drugs, a survey on workplace discrimination, and bad news about workplace fatalities.
This week: the government considers legislating against “cancel culture”, police get powers to collect DNA from more people, and Shanmugam continues to double down on Singapore’s drug policy.
This week: Jolovan heads to prison again for the most outrageous reason, a chatbot fails to help teachers, and "heightened safety" measures brought in at worksites.
Special issues are only emailed to Milo Peng Funders, and are usually also paywalled, but I’m making this free for anyone to access, so please share it widely! On one of end of the island sits a huge, sprawling complex, protected by walls, barbed wire fences, and surveillance cameras.
This week: Waaaaaay too much drama about two athletes smoking pot, and news that the Jurong Bird Park will shut down in January.
This week: more reactions to the upcoming repeal of Section 377A, and also a look at the troubling number of workplace deaths that have already happened this year.
During Sunday's National Day Rally, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the repeal of Section 377A of the Penal Code. But how much of a win for LGBTQ rights and equality is it?
I’m happy this week because I’m finally back working on my book again! It’s not going very quickly and I’m probably going to have to be editing through the weekend, but at least it’s happening, which is more than I could have said for so
This week: People making a fuss over how straight marriage needs to be protected, the police seeks more power to collect DNA data, and George Yeo doesn't want to be president.
This is a weekly wrap that isn't really like a weekly wrap — it's a chonky issue mainly focused on one story. There was just so much detail I wanted to include that I couldn't condense it into a single section. Subscribe to We, The CitizensTip via Ko-Fi (in USD) “Think