Mr Siew Kum Hong, a former Nominated MP and regular online commentator, gives his take on MDA's new licensing scheme
Communications professor and director of the Singapore Internet Research Centre Ang Peng Hwa gives his take on MDA's new licensing scheme
Insight speaks to actress and Nominated Member of Parliament Janice Koh, 39, about the grey area delineating vandalism and street art, and the different ways in which governments - and the wider society - respond to it.
This is the full trancript of the interview with DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam on April 12, 2013
You voted for the questions. And now DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam has answered them. In a nearly two-hour long interview at his office, Mr Tharman addressed your concerns about the economy, politics, social media and much more.
Property prices remain high but they are moving in the right direction, said Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, and the Government has no plans for another round of cooling measures for now.
On the topic of the competition between foreigners and Singaporeans, DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam answers questions on whether there are too many foreigners in the banking sector, and what can be done to develop more local talent.
The second most popular question voted by you was on the biggest economic challenge facing Singapore in the next 10 years. How can Singaporeans face this challenge?
The fifth most popular question was on the future. "In 20 years' time, what kind of Singapore do you hope for your four children" readers wanted to know. Hear DPM Tharman talk about creating a society where everyone is treated with equal respect.
A question on many people's minds is whether taxes will have to go up and by how much, as social spending rises. Readers voted this question as the sixth most popular. What is Singapore's long term fiscal strategy? Watch Mr Tharman also talk about the lifestyles of the rich.