Open Letter

Open Letter To Sangeetha Thanapal: You Are An Imperfect Human Unable To Look Past Your Own Ego

Open Letter To Sangeetha Thanapal: You Are An Imperfect Human Unable To Look Past Your Own Ego

But herein lies the problem. While Sangeetha has every right to speak out against the perceived Chinese Privilege, she might have hit some raw nerve, when she wrote "I’m the only person who gets to decide what Chinese privilege is or isn’t." Which drove one reader to write in, indicating while he believe in Sangeetha's cause against racism, we all need to see her for what she really is - an imperfect human unable to look past your own ego.

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Singaporean Filmmaker Posted Open Letter To Ministers, Wants Them To Clarify Definition Of Falsehoods

Singaporean filmmaker Martyn See posted an open letter to ministers in asking them to clarify what are deemed falsehoods and what are not. Will the PAPigs address the issue so that Singaporeans can be better informed? If they ignore it, who can be certain that they will not use it arbitrarily?

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OPEN LETTER TO AMOS: GIVE CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM, DON'T CRITICISE FOR THE SAKE OF IT

Singaporean Lee Yue Heng wrote an open letter to Amos Yee to question the purpose of his criticisms. He is against criticism stemming from hate and urged Amos to go about constructive criticism that is intended to make Singapore a better society.

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OPPOSITION POLITICIAN WRITES OPEN LETTER, TELLS HALIMAH NOT TO SUBMIT NOMINATION PAPERS

Opposition politician Goh Meng Seng wrote an open letter to Halimah Yacob to tell her not to submit her nomination papers tomorrow. He said the Reserved Presidency has already harmed the Malay community and thinks she will not be respected if she accepts the role.

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DR CATHERINE LIM: AN OPEN LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER LEE HSIEN LOONG

How did this crisis arise in the first place? With utmost respect, Sir, I must point out that it is ultimately your inability or unwillingness to listen to the people. After your initial show of contrition and your ardent promises of change, following the shock of the General Election of 2011 (a change of heart which must have astonished as well as heartened a lot of Singaporeans like myself), your government now seems to be hardening its position and going back to the old PAP reliance on a climate of fear maintained by the deployment of the famous PAP instruments of control, notably the defamation suit.

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