Despite historical tolerance of different sexual orientations and gender identities, Indonesian politicians are using LGBTQ rights as a wedge issue in their power play.
Singaporean cartoonist James Tan’s unnamed fictional protagonist explores what it means to be a Malay in the modern world.
A day in the life of a freelance illustrator in Malaysia.
With Singapore’s first racially reserved Presidential election looming, historian Thum Ping Tjin observes that the government’s much vaunted “Chinese-Malay-Indian-Others” model of managing race has historically increased racial tension and strife. So why do they cling to it?
Singapore’s long-cultivated image of being colour-blind meets its greatest challenger with the country’s first racially-predetermined presidential election.
Malaysian cartoonist Adi Nazri takes a look at the dos and don’ts of a traditional Malay wedding for a modern-day couple.
In emphasising racial differences, we are also denying our commonality as members of the same nation. Being Chinese, Malay or Indian, means that we cannot just be Singaporean.