Tag Archive: religion

Youths In Singapore Shunning Religion

The Department of Statistics’ General Household Survey 2015 report released earlier this month found that those who said they had no religious affiliation constituted 18.5 per cent of the resident population last year – up from 17 per cent in…
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Amos Yee Granted US Asylum

CHICAGO — A US immigration judge in Chicago on Friday (March 24, US time) granted asylum to a Singaporean blogger, saying he was persecuted for his political opinions in the Republic. Amos Yee, 18, who had been jailed twice in…
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SPH Radio Fined $7000 For Offensive Comments By Kiss92FM Morning Show DJs

SPH Radio has been slapped with a S$7,000 financial penalty by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) for breaching the Free-To-Air Radio Programme Code. On Jan 11, deejays on Kiss92FM were discussing about the study on the sleeping patterns of…
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Sangeetha Thanapal: Chinese Allies Must Be Clear – Any Racism Is Unacceptable

I want to say a little about Chinese allies in Singapore, given some recent events and experiences. By and large, I find myself deeply disappointed with them. I see a lot of Chinese allies like and share my work, but…
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