Biography of the Author Lin Suling

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Lin Suling

Executive Editor, CNA Commentary

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    Commentary: US President in 2020 - why Donald Trump could win again

    Mr Trump has refashioned the world, American politics and the Republican party in his image - and he's only halfway done.
  2. ‘Lucky boy’ and ‘men will be men’ are problematic double standards

    Commentary: Terms like ‘lucky boy’ and ‘men will be men’ are problematic double standards

    Comments on news of a female teacher sexually exploiting her 15-year-old male student reveal disturbing attitudes about gender and sex.
  3. TP road rage angry 2

    Commentary: What happened to caution and graciousness on the roads?

    Tougher punishments and more cameras cannot replace the need for better attitudes towards road safety.
  4. File photo of National University of Singapore (NUS)

    Commentary: University campuses must be safe places for all

    NUS student Monica Baey’s social media revelations have raised disturbing questions about how cases of misconduct are treated.
  5. Games Of Thrones season 8 trailer screen grab

    Commentary: The beautiful, horrifying, worst yet best show ever that is Game of Thrones

    It’s more than gory scenes and captivating odysseys that make Games of Thrones such a stunning success.
  6. reservoir, singapore - file photo

    Commentary: Beyond scarcity and security, does Singapore need a new water narrative?

    Have strides made in water management drowned out a longstanding attitude concerning the importance of water conservation? Can a new culture of ...
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    Commentary: With Mobike’s impending exit, is it time to give public bike-sharing a shot?

    After a roller-coaster journey, is Singapore’s private bike-sharing sector coming to a grinding halt?
  8. Heng Swee Keat Budget 2019

    Commentary: The Singapore Budget and Heng Swee Keat’s shift away from Big Government

    Under Heng Swee Keat, Singapore’s annual Budgets have shifted to give the business community more skin in the game of positioning the economy for ...
  9. SEAB 2

    Commentary: Parents, don’t shy away from a competitive education system

    The Ministry of Education's announcement of fewer tests has been applauded by many parents, but one hopes it doesn’t lead them to abdicate from ...
  10. Distinctive HDBs (8)

    Commentary: Strong political commitment to housing is precisely what younger Singaporeans need

    The Government’s commitment to long-term planning shown at this National Day Rally will be needed to continue the work of town redevelopment, and ...