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Pornography is illegal in Singapore and Malaysia, with even men's magazines like Playboy and Penthouse banned. In the blog, which went offline Tuesday -- but not before some images had been posted on other websites -- the couple declared that sex is a natural reproductive process that does not deserve the stigma attached to it.
The NUS confirmed Friday that it will question Tan at a disciplinary board hearing, with Singaporean netizens demanding his expulsion from the university and the cancellation of his government-funded scholarship.
Singapore's education ministry, which administers scholarships, said in a statement emailed to AFP that it "takes a serious view of the conduct of the student concerned", and also branded the blog offensive. Senior Malaysian officials have also waded into the fray after the blog became a hot issue in the country's media.
Information Minister Rais Yatim said Malaysia has "legal redress" under the Communications and Multimedia Act, which governs Internet content in the country. In Singapore, government officials have not issued any comment but social media sites were filled with calls to revoke Tan's scholarship. This is not the kind of things we want to promote in Singapore and definitely, we should discourage it," Yvonne Wong posted on Facebook.