Here’s how the Conversation Around Religion and LGBTQ Needs to Change This Year

Top image: Zula 2018 has seen the local LGBTQ community through many milestones. In July, the year’s Pink Dot continued to draw snaking crowds in Hong Lim Park despite an outright ban on foreign participants and fervent disagreement from many local citizens. In...

Singapore must take a long-term perspective to survive in a changing world: Ong Ye Kung at Singapore Summit 2018

Long-term decisions key to Singapore’s survival: Education Minister Ong Ye KungHe lists 4 areas in which Govt is making them, including bringing about new era in educationBy Seow Bei Yi, The Straits Times, 15 Sep 2018 Even as politics elsewhere becomes more...

Ong Ye Kung on LGBTQ: (Govt) might be the largest animal in the jungle, but we are not the jungle

With the debate over Section 377A of Singapore’s Penal Code reignited on and off our online space, we found ourselves hardly surprised to hear an iteration of the question being surfaced at the opening night of the 2018 Singapore Summit. Offering a new analogy to it,...