So yes, definitely and without a doubt, there have been, and will always be online-offline continuations, mutations and perversions, etc. And not so many foreign artists unless they want to connect with the Singapore arts community. Perhaps the heavy- handed way of dealing with it made educational authorities discourage students from discussing these things on their blogs, which is not the point.
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This was the environment which gave birth to the Artscommunity e-group. The points are referred or alluded to offline. It constitutes a valuable forum for the free exchange of information and opinion in a Singaporean public sphere where the influence of the government can often be felt.
Others have been the fierce debates on the war in Iraq, both before and after the Substation Candlelight Concert for Peace—an initiative in which mobilisation took place largely through the artscom. Not all censored works are good art13 pieces.
If the speakers are foreigners, a PELU licence is still required. Lucy Davis: Although we may not be censored online, I always have the assumption when I post something on the artscom or on other e-groups that my postings are being monitored.
That is where it becomes censorship rather than furthering understanding. How much should I engage?