The Great Paper Chase 
I’ve been reading OB Markers by Cheong Yip Seng. It’s a very compelling book with lots of anecdotes that hit me pretty har
In the past couple of years, I’ve met a few MPs (and the PM, too, through some odd luck) and I am quite convinced of the
Map of Singapore Expressways
I have lately felt a pressing need to understand Singapore’s road map. As in, literally, the map of our roads. Our expre
Lee Kuan Yew quotes from Hard Truths
(Visa: I’ve been reading LKY’s ‘Hard Truths.’ Here are some quotes that have caught my attention and i
So what’s PM Lee Hsien Loong like in person?
2014 UPDATE: This post is getting lots of shares again, for some reason or another. It’s a little embarrassing– I w
What would Lee Kuan Yew be like if he were born in 1990?
I often feel like we don’t explore Lee Kuan Yew’s personality enough. His swag. He used to smoke, drink and hang o
Reclaiming the Singaporean Narrative
We live in exciting times. The most exciting times in human history so far. The industrial revolution was a big deal, but what
(2012) – 1 – In a strange way, I sometimes feel that the PAP, our former liberators, have turned into our oppressors- much
The best thing we can do for skl0: Immortalize her work.
We’ve all heard the news. Local artist sklO has been arrested. Here’s what I want to focus on: A Singaporean set o
No one owes us a living, not even our leaders
Have you ever read Animal Farm? It’s a book by George Orwell, reflecting events leading up to and during the Stalin era