takes a major riot for police to admit they don't have enough men
because of the rapid population expandsio. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
Another law to tame the Internet beast before the next election. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
Excessive preoccupation with making money for 50 years may have distorted our national trait. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
The present generation of scholars is finding it hard coping with Singapore's real life problems. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
Most expensive city
People will have to work longer years to cope with daily living and save for old age. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
The ruling party has to win back old loyalties to offset declining support of the young generation. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
In choppy seas
For the over-stretched, indulgence in this national craze could be painful. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
A visit from the grave
Suddenly, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew's successors get a real test from a giant neighbour. By Seah Chiang Nee. More
“If I am Prime Minister again, the first thing I will do is censor the Internet.” – Former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad.
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