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Of course, these same anxieties about transgression and punishment crop up elsewhere in popular culture. When Wee Shu Min, the teenage daughter of a Singapore member of parliament stumbled across the blog of a Singaporean who wrote that he was worried about losing his job, she thought she'd give him a piece of her mind. After all, one of the first things that I ever learned about this country was that the law specified that one could be thrashed with a bamboo cane for chewing gum in public. The same of course was true in the western world during the Silent era where nudity was not uncommon in the films of D. The headline on the story tells it all.
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Frankly, the government officials I have met in Singapore are better educated than anyone I can imagine in the Bush administration. The episode highlighted a deep rift in Singapore society and was an embarrassment for the ruling People's Action Party PAP and prime minister Lee, who has made the reduction of the income gap one of the priorities of his new government. That said, spending time here has given me a much more nuanced picture of what lies behind those stereotypes and of the ways that such a society is confronting the potential anarchy being brought about by the new kinds of participatory culture being fostered on the web. The first story involves Wee Shu Min, the teenaged daughter of a member of the Singaporean Parliament, who become the center of a national controversy about economic privilege and almost ended her father's political career because of something she had posted on her blog. To keep her job, she has to stifle her screams and fears. Here's how the story began according to a news report on the CNN website.
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