Saturday, May 27, 2006

Democracy in Singapore Part 2

SBS Radio - Australia
22.5.2006 18:40:02


It doesn't take much to be a rebel in Singapore.

Throw a cigarette out the window, spit on the street.

Or more seriously, be a film student and make a documentary about an opposition leader, or write openly on the internet about being gay.

But increasingly, young Singaporeans are taking more risks and demanding a politically open society, where they're free to express themselves.

And, as Rebecca Henschke reports they're using the freedom of the internet and of music to create a quiet revolution.

[Part 1]


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