Yuen Ye Ming faces 20 years of jail time and the maximum of 24 strokes of the cane in Singapore, where caning remains to be a form of judicial corporal punishment.
The coronavirus outbreak remains a universal problem across Asia, but some of the ways countries are dealing with it are very unique.
Singaporeans Are Calling the Cops on Political Candidates for Fanning Racial Tensions. It's Not What You Think.
The flurry of police complaints appear less aimed at seeing justice done than scoring cheap political points.
A survey of the headlines would certainly suggest it is, with one women's advocate blaming a rampant culture of hostile sexism and sexual objectification.
While applying for indefinite leave to remain, I experienced a very small taste of the alienating, nonsensical process so many people have to go through.
Even a global pandemic hasn't deterred the city-state from enforcing its harsh drug laws.
Old fetishes die hard.
"So as long as I stay in Singapore, I still can get my salary and I still can feed my children."
The government started implementing the law today.
They got suspended, but at least they’re not spending three months in prison.
The streets of Geylang are less seedy, but is that a good thing?
“Mum, are we going to be ok? Are we going to reach Changi?"