Tag Archive: Taiwan

Nazem Suki: Security Companies Should Consider Hiring More Malay-Muslim APOs From Malaysia

May I refer 7 of my uni grad friends to Cisco Certis or any other security companies. They are keen to be a auxiliary police officers or security officers in Singapore. For obvious reasons of the good SGD salary and…
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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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PRC Government Tabloid: Punish Singapore – Melt Down Confiscated Terrexes

China’s state run tabloid The Global Times wrote on Tuesday (29 November 2016) that the 9 Singaporean troop carriers which had been confiscated by China should be melted down at the steel mills to express their displeasure with Singapore over…
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Vivian Balakrishnan: Singapore-Taiwan Arrangement Longstanding, Does Not Affect Singapore’s Adherence To ‘One-China’ Policy

Singapore will not allow any single issue to hijack its longstanding, multifaceted relationship with China, Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said yesterday. He also said that Singapore’s training arrangements with Taiwan are long-running and not a secret, and that a large…
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