Last week, Dim Sum Daily published an anonymous article singling out an expat blogger, Hong Kong Hermit (left), for attending an “illegal” anti-extradition protest and repeatedly claiming he is employed by the CIA. Photo: Edmond So

Controversial Hong Kong website Dim Sum Daily linked to company owned by man wanted in Malaysia over 1MDB scandal

  • Toh Lean Seng, who is wanted for questioning by Malaysia’s anti-corruption authority, has been revealed as a founder of a marketing agency with ties to Dim Sum Daily
  • The Hong Kong-focused website has attracted criticism on social media for its coverage of the city’s pro-democracy movement
Topic |   Malaysia

TOP PICKS

Last week, Dim Sum Daily published an anonymous article singling out an expat blogger, Hong Kong Hermit (left), for attending an “illegal” anti-extradition protest and repeatedly claiming he is employed by the CIA. Photo: Edmond So
READ FULL ARTICLE
A man holds up his hand to symbolise the five demands of Hong Kong protesters as demonstrators protest in the background. Photo: AFP

Singapore Yale-NUS College’s class on dissent ‘not training for Hong Kong-style protests’

  • Programme organiser Alfian Sa’at defends week-long course after liberal arts school scraps event citing law banning ‘partisan politics’ on campus
  • Classes included a workshop on banner design and screenings of several films including a documentary about Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong
Topic |   Singapore

TOP PICKS

A man holds up his hand to symbolise the five demands of Hong Kong protesters as demonstrators protest in the background. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE