Troubling Times

The weather these past few says has been... unbearable. The heat scorches your skin and leaves it red in angry patches, raw and tingly to the touch if you dare venture out. Even indoors, the humidity sits on my chest like an uncomfortably heavy burden, sticky on my body fresh (not anymore!) out of the... Continue Reading →

Writing About Race in Singapore – A Reflection

A few weeks ago, in the midst of the election fervor, I posted an entry (What’s Race got to do with Anything?) talking about the multitude of ways in which the construct of race influences our lives as minorities in Singapore. By my standards, it was very well received, and people (even strangers on the... Continue Reading →

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