Another View on the Yale-NUS College

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  1. Jian Hui says:

    Let’s wait and see if this programme will actually work out. Academic freedom is hard to find in Singapore, and the funny thing is that, as long as you propose something a bit more deviant, you will be rejected. First hand experience though.

    It is always difficult to challenge the status quo and let’s hope that this programme will be a first step for Singapore to liberalise herself as a vibrant city that embraces both top-down and bottom-up approaches.

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