Sixty years ago, the "Red Scare" saw Lee Kuan Yew's government arrest and detain over 120 alleged "Communists", some for over a decade. Survivors claim it was a politically motivated purge. Are we any closer to the truth?
Sudhir’s work is focused on amplifying the voices of people marginalised by dominant power structures. His areas of concern are inequality, corporate and political hegemonies, and social hierarchies.
Since 2005, 23 Singaporean photographers have attended the workshops at the Angkor Photo Festival. Through three of their works, we learn how the Festival has offered them the space to find their artistic voices.
Far from the temples, four Singaporeans touch the lives of Cambodians and others in Siem Reap. Through their work they demonstrate to others the diversity and benevolence of Singaporeans, and offer those at home much to think about.
As the ruling People's Action Party gathered for its biennial conference, it has become clear that its 4G leaders plan to stick to its political playbook, even as the politics of fear becomes increasingly self-defeating.
KC Chew has lived a life of risk, rebellion and rebirth. Detained without trial in 1987 for being a "Marxist conspirator", the connector of people has tried to straddle the line between the establishment and the outside. Has he succeeded?
Another stretch of Singapore's secondary forests will soon be razed to make way for a new housing development project. What does this mean for the future of the island's nature spots?