13 Identity Issues Singaporean Must Deal With

United we stand, divided we rant Singapore is by far the worst example of a homogeneous country. Our common identity is the exact opposite: a multi-cultural melting pot, united by our love for food, travel, showing off and complaining about the government (don’t bluff). As melting pots go, sometimes things can get very heated up […]


Are Malays in Singapore special?

In Article 152 of the Constitution of Singapore entitled ‘Minorities and special position of Malays’, it is stated that: (1)    It shall be the responsibility of the Government constantly to care for the interests of the racial and religious minorities in Singapore. (2)    The Government shall exercise its functions in such manner as to recognise […]

Politics and Religion

It all sparked off with a comment by Bernard Chen of the Worker’s Party. Religions has always been part of many politics. In USA, the republicans often get the support of the “bible belt”. In many other countries, religious affiliated parties are often a norm, representing the conservatives. The recent talking point issue has already asked […]