Category Archives: Singapore

On the Passing of Lee Kuan Yew

To mourn is to lose. To celebrate is to gain. To mourn or to celebrate is to move, to move backwards or forwards. We are constantly moving. We crawl, we walk, we jump, we run, we drive, and we fly. … Continue reading

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(The Fear of) Going Home

I have not been home for slightly under a year now but now it is time for me to pack my suitcase up again. And I am afraid. Not afraid because I do not want to see my family. Not … Continue reading

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Homosexuality and Humanities

On Wednesday, October 30th 2014, Singapore’s Court of Appeal ruled that Section 377A is constitutional. Section 377A is a piece of legislation that Singapore inherited from colonial Britain that states: Any male person who, in public or private, commits, or … Continue reading

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