Repeal of S377A, more deaths at worksites, amendment to Constitution, GIC and Temasek in FTX web, and more
Singapore This Week
Singapore This Week is one of Jom’s paid products. It is meant to be your end-of-week catchup. We will decide on the most important stories that week–from arts to politics and tech–and we will offer you Jom’s opinionated view on them. We’re hoping you’ll occasionally (often?) disagree with us.
Tan Boon Lee and the spectre of LKY, relying on foreign lawyers, increased quiet time, Ethos festival sale, Yeoh Lam Keong moving up the POFMA charts, and more.
Temasek comes clean over FTX, record-breaking COE premiums, last weekend to visit art exhibition commemorating Transgender Awareness Week, Atome secures licence, and more.
Much ado about PAP's biennial conference, Parliament fumbles, changes to last-minute death row challenges, Night at the Library, and much more.
Updates to the Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act, orchid diplomacy and anti-ageing, SGIFF is back, new Twitter loses egalitarian nature, and more.
Imminent closure of Dover Forest East, a contactless lie detector, Singapore Biennale, Carousell's data breach, and much more.