Tag Archive: MINDEF

Terrex Case: PRC Ship Captain And Shipping Company Face Charges From Hong Kong Authorities

The captain of a container ship belonging to shipping company APL has been charged with not having the required licence when his vessel stopped in Hong Kong with nine Singapore Armed Forces armoured vehicles last November. Pan Xuejun, 39, did…
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Warrant Officer Passed Away After Losing Consciousness At Pasir Laba Camp

A Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) regular serviceman has died, after losing consciousness in Pasir Laba Camp on Friday (Feb 10) at about 7.50am. Efforts were immediately taken to resuscitate 44-year-old Second Warrant Officer (2WO) Sim Poh Wah, according to the…
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Lee Hsien Loong And South China Sea – “Roared Like A Tiger, But Now Quiet As A Mouse”

By: Tan Jee Say 1. In July 2016, when the Hague tribunal ruled in favour of the Philippines but against some of China‚Äôs claims in the South China Sea, PM Lee loudly and vehemently urged China to abide by the…
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Donald Low: Singaporeans Need To Get Facts Right On Singapore’s Role In China’s Economic Modernisation

The Singaporeans who think that the current kerfuffle with China shows that the Chinese government has forgotten that it was Singapore that inspired China’s economic modernization (beginning with Deng Xiaoping’s visit to Singapore in 1978) really need to get their…
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