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Tan Kin Lian: Did not think Tan Jee Say would qualify as candidate in PE2011

Singaporean businessman and former Chief Executive Officer of NTUC Income Tan Kin Lian revealed that after seven years, he is still being attacked for his participation in the 2011 presidential election results. Expressing this on his Facebook page on 7 February (Thursday), Mr Tan noted that the attack came from two groups – members of the Internet Brigade and supporters …

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Singapore has to “now pay the price” over thorny bilateral relations with Malaysia due to Singapore leaders’ rigidity: Former NTUC Income CEO Tan Kin Lian

Singapore has to “pay the price” for frosty bilateral relations with Malaysia, and the consequences will “cost many times more than the money that we should have spent”, said Singaporean businessman and former Chief Executive Officer of NTUC Income Tan Kin Lian. In a Facebook post on Friday (7 Dec), Mr Tan wrote, in reference to the recent bilateral disputes …

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Tan Kin Lian sends open letter to Mr Neo, incoming CEO of SMRT

Below is an open letter from former CEO of NTUC income and candidate in the Presidential Election 2011 to incoming CEO of SMRT, Neo Kian Hong who is currently the permanent secretary for defence development and former chief of defence force. Dear Mr. Neo, I congratulate you on your appointment as the next CEO of SMRT. I wish you success in managing …

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Tan Kin Lian's contribution to a freak election

~by: Lim Tong Kay~ Mr Tan Kin Lian showed courage, effort and commitment in participating in the last Presidential Election (PE).  He was courageous in revealing his reaction on sensitive matters relating to the Internal Security Act.  In his own way, he spoke calmly, frankly, clearly and applied his creative mind in trying to expand the role of the president …

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"I suffered considerable damage from mis-reporting" Tan Kin Lian

Statement from Tan Kin Lian on the Presidential Election The outcome of the Presidential elections was obviously a shock to me. I expected a much better result and the prospect of polling less than the 12.5% of the votes (and losing the deposit) was felt to be remote. Some commentators said that I should have known the ground feel on …

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