Daily Archives: 2010-07-25

Save Vui Kong Campaign (Updated: 25/7)

Malaysian politicians and activists have started the campaign to save 22-year old Vui Kong from the death sentence in Singapore. The event kicked off with a press conference held in Sandakan, Sabah, the hometown of Vui Kong, on 21 July.  Sabah Member of Parliament, Datuk Chua Soon Bui, and Vui Kong’s lawyer, Mr M Ravi, were present to lend support …

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Helping the needy – Mr Koh replies

On 5 July, and on Mr Koh’s behalf, we asked you our readers for suggestions on how Mr Koh should use his S$500,000 funds to help needy Singaporeans. (See here: How should I help?) We have received quite a few replies and suggestions – both in the comments section here and through email. We thank everyone who made these suggestions …

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Next Gen broadband system may not be for next generation S’poreans

Henry Cheong / Leong Sze Hian – We refer to Thomas Lee’s letter: “World Cup rights: Problem lies with MDA, not the telcos”. (ST, Jul 24). It states that: “The MDA erred in not foreseeing the problem that would arise from the two telcos using pay-TV systems that are not compatible with each other”. Over the past weeks there has …

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