Month: May 2014

The hard truth behind Roy Ngerng’s case

Politicians in Singapore have a history of guarding their reputations closely, and as seen in Goh Chok Tong v.s Jeyaretnam, high-profile defamation suits between our incumbent ministers and the feisty opposition occur now and then. A few days ago, the news broke that… Read More ›

Why stand up for Barbie when she can’t

Earlier this year, an artist by the name of Nickolay Lamm raised over $95,000 via crowd-sourcing platforms to manufacture Lammily, a toy product whose selling point is how tediously average she is. The target group: body-image conscious parents who wish to reject… Read More ›