Suraendher Kumarr, Daryl Yang

When Monica Baey took to Instagram to express dissatisfaction over the National University of Singapore’s handling of sexual harassment, a network of students mobilised to demand reform. Two students actively involved in the movement reflect on this episode of student activism.

Aisyah Llewellyn

In 2016, 22-year-old Febri made a decision to move to Syria and live under Islamic State, better known as ISIS. In the final of a special two-part series for New Naratif, Deputy Editor Aisyah Llewellyn talks to Febri about reuniting with his family, the reality of life in Raqqa, and their journey home again.

Ooi Kok Hin, Appolonia Tesera

Interracial and interfaith relationships aren’t unique to Malaysia, but it does get more complicated in contemporary Malaysia than in many other contexts, especially when the state sees ethnicity and religion as overlapping and heavily regulates and intervenes in deeply personal matters.

Andrew Nachemson

Multiple hydropower dams on the Mekong River and its tributaries have impacted fisheries and flooded villages, with benefits reaped by energy companies while costs are borne by fishing households. With more dam projects planned in the Mekong region, environmentalists warn that the consequences to countries like Cambodia could be severe.

Thum Ping Tjin


Thum Ping Tjin

Di Fasa 1 Agenda Rakyat, New Naratif meminta pandangan daripada para pembaca kami di Singapura tentang isu-isu paling penting yang dihadapi di Singapura, dan apakah yang mereka ingin melihat calon-calon pilihanraya bicarakan di pilihanraya umum yang akan datang. Di sini adalah jawapan mereka (di samping pendapat yang tidak disuarakan).

Thum Ping Tjin

In Stage 1 of The Citizens' Agenda, New Naratif asked Singaporeans readers what they think are the most important issues facing Singapore, and what they'd like political candidates to talk about in the next general election. Here's what our readers said (and didn't say).

Sophie Raynor

In its early days of independence, Timor-Leste had one of the world’s highest birth rates. 20 years on from the nation’s vote for freedom, those babies are on the brink of adulthood, having grown up in a sovereign country still bearing the bruises of a vicious fight for freedom.

Dominique Dillabough-Lefebvre, Brennan O'Connor

The Wa are seeking methods of engaging with international partners and their Burmese and Chinese counterparts. Attempts to open up and demystify what has long been perceived as a secretive and isolated region must coming alongside local engagement.