The Master Spy
Helen Yeo's Sister
Juliana Tan
Minister's Salaries
and friends
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Criminals and Fugitives
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Singapore spying for China?
Minister's Salaries and friends

IMF October 2013 debt projections


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The list of countries by estimated future gross government debt based on data released in October 2013 by the International Monetary Fund, with figures in percentage of national GDP.

Singapore is at the 11th position of the world's most indebted nations.

While most of Singapore’s public debt is owed to its own citizens as being borrowed from their retirement fund, the Central Provident Fund (CPF), it still impairs the government’s ability to backstop the country’s highly-leveraged financial system.

Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF)

The Minimum Sum Scheme is to cover up Singapore's debt.

Singapore has borrowed heavily from its own Central Provident Fund (CPF) which holds the retirement funds of Singaporeans.

This may explain why Singapore has constructed the Minimum Sum Scheme. It is to delay CPF withdrawals. Singapore may not have enough money to pay according to the old CPF three-payment scheme made in the person's 50s. With the Minimum Sum scheme, those CPF payments will be delayed until the age of 65, and then will be paid out in small amounts over time.

Singapore's fertility rate is the lowest in the world

Singapore's fertility rate of 0.78 per thousand ranks at the bottom of all 222 countries in the world (Source: CIA World Factbook). The rate of 0.78 represents the average births per woman. A rate of two children per woman is considered the replacement rate for a population, consequently Singapore's native population is shrinking - rapidly. This compounds the problem of Singapore's huge debt.

Singapore is importing foreigners in the hope that tax revenue will increase to enable Singapore to continue to pay its CPF retirement funds.

Singapore Governmental Salaries

Singapore (tax free!):
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong: US$1,700,000.
Singapore President: US$1,190,000
Singapore cabinet ministers: US$850,000
Singapore members of parliament:
US$148,306

Note 1: New ministers will make about S$1.1 million (US$850,000)
Note 2: The monthly pay for a Singapore Member of Parliament (who does virtually nothing) is S$192,500 (US$148,306) per year tax free.
Note 3: In addition to their inflated salaries, the Singapore politicians receive extra pay as appointed company directors!

United States (not tax free):
President: US$400,000, with US$50,000 expenses
Vice President: US$202,900
Cabinet Secretaries: US$157,000 - $186,600
Secretary of State: $186,600

United Kingdom: Prime Minister: US$279,000
Australia: Prime Minister: US$229,000
Hong Kong: Prime Minister: US$516,000
Japan: Prime Minister: US$$359,000
Canada: Prime Minister: US$246,000
Germany: Prime Minister: US$303,000
France: Prime Minister: US$318,000

Here, Singapore, are your leaders!

Family Members of Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong
Family Members of the former Prime Minister, Goh Chok Tong
The Million Dollar Ministers
Current and Former Ruling party and Opposition politicians
Former Senior Government Officials
Current Senior Government Officials
Former Members of Parliament
Former Senior Military Commanders.

An Introductory Lee Family Tree

And for today...

Family Members of Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong
Family Members Relationship To Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Present Singapore Government Linked Company (GLC) Post
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

Lee Hsien Loong is also Deputy Chairman of Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC). The GIC holds most of Singapore's foreign reserves. The amount of money is a secret - only Lee Hsien Loong and his daddy know..

Former Singapore President Ong Teng Cheong was removed because he attempted to determine the location and amount of Singapore's reserves.

Shortly therafter, Ong Teng Cheong (and his wife) died. They are still waiting for a state funeral.

Mdm Ho Ching
Wife of the Prime Minister
(the world's most expensive wife)

Ho Ching
One tough cookie!
CEO of Temasek Holdings (among other things)

Ho Ching (nicknamed Ho Jinx by Singaporeans) committed S$401 million in ASX -listed ABC Learning Centres at near the peak price of A$7.30 and then averaged down at between A$1.20 and A$4.00, bringing it's commitment to over S$500 million. That investment is now essentially worthless although Temasek has yet to write it poff.

Temasek also bought 19% of LSE-listed Standard Chartered in 2006 only to see the market value of that stake melt 55% by November 21st.

More fiascos include a 975 million pound stake in Barclays Bank bought at the peak of 740 pence(with a further 100 million to subscribe for a rights issue at 282 pence), which have now sunk over 70% at 138 pence.

Worst of all is its US$6.88 billion stake in Citigroup bought with a minimum conversion price of $31.34. Citigroup has since plunged 88% to $3.71, singlehandedly delivering S$9.11 billion of red ink to Temasek's books.

Overall, the paper loss on these investments has exceeded S$35 billion as of October 21st, 2008

5 Feb 09 - Temasek Holdings Pte said Chief Executive Officer Ho Ching will step down after almost seven years at the helm of Singapores $130 billion state-owned investment company.

Charles Goodyear IV was then hired to replace Ho Ching as head of Temasek. Was he an imposter??? Shortly thereafter Goodyear left Temasek and disappeared.

Then there was the hiring of the mysterious Charles Waterhouse "Chip" Goodyear IV
by Ho Ching for Temasek


Questions arose about Goodyear's real identity and his bribe involving the UN food-for-Oil programme - stealing from the Iraqi poor.

On our blog we wrote two articles on Goodyear in February 2009:

Is Charles Chip Goodyear IV an impostor?

More on the Talented Mr. Goodyear (of Singapores Temasek)&

And our post-mortem on July 21, 2009:

Charles Waterhouse Chip Goodyear IV fired by Singapore

Now Ho Ching is bringing in mystery woman Baroness Vadera (as in Darth Vader) as a possible successor to Charles "Chip" Waterhouse Goodyear IV.

It seems no Singaporean is good enough for Temasek
Baroness Vadera is Temasek's big secret - they don't want another Goodyear scandal

Lady Vadera aka Shriti Vadera was born in Uganda around 1962 of Indian parentage. Her family owned a small tea plantation but fled to India in 1971 or 1972, the year before Idi Amins expulsions of Indians. She became the "favorite" of former British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown.

in June 2007, Brown saw to it that Ms. Vadera was created a life peer on July 11, 2007 as Baroness Vadera of Holland Park in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Baroness Vadera is seldom, if ever, mentioned by Temasek which learned its lesson from the Charles W. "Chip" Goodyear affair. Goodyear seems to have disappeared. In hiding? Plastic surgery for a new identity?

Lee Kuan Yew
Former Senior Minister and former Minister Mentor

Father of Prime Minister, and former Prime Minister, himself. He holds a Cabinet position as Minister Mentor, and remains the virtual ruler of Singapore.

Chairman of Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) which may be the famous connection that Cecilia Ng has with the Singapore Government.

Is Lee Kuan Yew the wold's richest man?
His 792,000 kilogrammes of platinum are worth approximately US$35,640,000,000!!!

PROJECT HAMMER
Covert Finance, the Parallel Economy & Elite Action s
By David Guyatt

http://downloads.umu.nu/Books/Project%20Hammer%20&%20Hammer%20Reloaded.pdf
(page 51)

...there are further, less well-known and far more shadowy, aspects about Lee Kuan Yew that the general public is not cognisant of. For some while now I have been in possession of a copy of a Certificate of Deposit for
792,000 kilograms of Platinum that is dated July 2, 1972 and bears the passport sized photograph, thumbprint and name of – yes, you guessed – Mr. Lee Kuan Yew.

The certificate and accompanying documents - which run to several dozen pages - contain some of the usual spelling and typographical mistakes (for example, “Jhonson & Mathew” instead of Johnson & Mathey) that have become the trademark of these “deniable” bullion certificates that bear the names of famous people, heads of state and politicians etc.[75]

Clearly, Lee Kuan Yew has been part of the Black Eagle gold story for the past thirty years and the phenomenal growth of Singapore as a model and powerhouse of new business ventures - and as an enduring Asian success story – may well be predicated on metal plundered during WWII?
Interestingly, some of the bullion and other assets plundered by the Japanese during the war came from Singapore.

[75] See my The Secret Gold Treaty for details of the purposeful typographical mistakes on these certificates – See also Seagrave’s Gold Warriors in which observes the same “deniability” phenomena.

Chua Sock Koong
Cousin of the Lees
(We have to rank her above poor old Lee Hsien Yang as she has taken over his job!)

CEO of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel)
(Family replacement for Lee Hsien Yang)
& Member of Singapore's powerful Public Service Commission

Chua Sock Koong is the daughter of Chua Siang Chin, Singapore's former Minister of Health, and so is a cousin of the Lees

(Chua Siang Chin is said to be suffering from Alzheimer's disease - another bad gene in the Lee family?)

Ms Chua Sock Koong was appointed Group CEO of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) on 1 April 2007. She oversees SingTels three key businesses - Singapore, Australia and International. Prior to this, she was the Deputy Group CEO from October 2006 to March 2007.

Sock Koong is an Executive Director of SingTel and a Board member of Bharti Airtel Limited. She is also a member of the Singapore Management University (SMU) Board of Trustees, the Public Service Commission and the Corporate Governance Council of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Brigadier-General
Lee Hsien Yang
Brother of the Prime Minister
Son of the former Prime Minister

Happier days with the family

Failed CEO of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel)

Sad, sad white-haired Lee Hsien Yang today
How he has aged! - is something wrong?
Does he have a career (no)? Is he divorced?
Does he have a wife? Does he have two wives (kinda)?

Drinking, a possible divorce, a child born out of wedlock have taken their toll

Daddy's boy and former Chief Executive of SingTel Group and SESAMi Inc (SingTel unit), and Director of Singapore Technologies Industrial Corporation and National Computer Systems (SingTel unit).

SingTel paid Lee Hsien Yang, the Prime Minister's brother, S$4.56 million (US$2.86 million) in cash and stock in the last fiscal year, the company's latest annual report showed.

Frasier and Nieve now pays Mr Lee $1.25 million a year - relatively high by Singapore standards - to act as a consultant and chairman.

Here he is in his mansion (in blue shirt) having dinner with Mommy and Daddy. Former? wife, Lim Suet Fern (now divorced?), Director of SembCorp Logistics is seated next to him on the left.

Our operatives report that Lee Hsien Yang's new lady looks like Halle Berry and oozes sexuality from every part of her body. The word SEX is written all over her face. She was transferred to Australia after the management led by Lee Hsien Yang found out that all the male staff were ogling her with their tongues and eye-balls sticking out. As a result, office productivity took a significant dip. Was also told, in order to ensure her personal safety, Lee Hsien Yang personally accompanied her to Australia on the same plane sometime in 2003. Rumors are that they have a love child.

Colonel (Dr) Kwa Soon Bee
Uncle (Mother's Brother)

Kwa Soon Bee

Instrumental in Lee Kuan Yew's 1985 firing of former Singapore President Devan Nair. The guy's a doctor, and knows how to make up a good story.

Director of Keppel Land. Chairman and Managing Director of Jurong Bird Park (Pte) Ltd. Chairman of Wildlife Reserves Singapore and Director of Keppel Land. Chairman of Singapore Zoological Gardens. Director of Somerset Holdings Limited, Pontiac Land Pte Ltd and Camden Medical Centre Pte Ltd

Mr Edmund Lee Yu Chiang
Cousin (Father's Brother's Son)

This guy's photo disappeared from the web.

Possible Internal Security Department (ISD) agent?

Chief Executive of DBS Vickers (DBS and Singapore Technologies unit)

Mr Kwa Chong Seng
Cousin (Mother's Brother's Son)

Kwa Chong Seng

Kwa Chong Seng, Chairman and Managing Director of ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Private Limited, is the Lead Country Manager for the ExxonMobil Companies in Singapore. He is responsible for Fuels Marketing in the Asia Pacific region, which includes Japan and Australia.

His appointments outside of Exxon Mobil include Chairman of Media Corporation of Singapore, and Deputy Chairman, Temasek Holdings. He also serves on the Public Service Commission, the Legal Service Commission in Singapore, and the National University of Singapore Council.

He was conferred the Public Service Star in 2005.

Mr Ho Sing
Brother-In-Law (Wife's Ho Ching's Brother)

They even found this joker a job!

Vice President of Singapore Precision Industries 2000 (Singapore Technologies unit) and Director of Advanced Materials Technologies (Singapore Technologies unit)

General Manager, International Investment for GuocoLand Limited. He joined the Group in June 2007 with 13 years experience and has held key positions in various industries ranging from engineering, medical, infrastructure and investment holdings. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering degree from the University of Texas, Austin, USA.

Mrs. Lee Suet Fern, aka Lim Suet Fern
Sister-In-Law (Brother's Wife, wife (or not) of Lee Hsien Yang)
tel. 6389-3000

Lee Suet Fern

Is she divorced? Single? Married?

Lee Suet Fern, Mrs. Lee Hsien Yang (or not), will be joining the board of French insurance giant AXA. Mrs. Lee is just one of a handful from Singapore to make it to the boardroom of a global company - and we know why!

Mrs Lee is also the senior director of Stamford Law Corporation (Singapore). She chairs the Asian Civilisations Museum board and is also a member of the advisory board to Singapore Management University's school of law.

Mrs. Lee is also a Director of SembCorp Logistics. Director of China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd, plus a joint venture with US firm Shearman & Sterling, got her start at Lee & Lee (naturally).

Mrs Lee currently serves on the boards of AXA Group, Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund and Rickmers Trust Management. She is Chairman of the Asian Civilisations Museum, a director of the National Heritage Board, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Nanyang Technological University, the Accounting Advisory Board of National University of Singapore's Business School and the Advisory Board of Singapore Management University's School of Law.

Seems like Madam Lee (Miss Lim?) has more jobs than anyone could handle.

Ms Lim Suet Boey
Sister-In-Law's Sister (Brother's Wife's Sister)

Senior Vice President of SembCorp Utilities

Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam
Claims to be distant relative of Lee Kuan Yew

Newly elected President of Singapore
Former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence

According to a tip-off we received from a SPH insider, Tony Tan and his family bought three units of Sky@eleven condominium before they were officially launched in 2007. Sky@eleven is a freehold luxury development by Times Development, the property arm of Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH)

Chairman of the National Research Foundation, and Deputy Chairman of the Research, Innovation and Enterprise Council. He is also the Executive Director of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC), and Chairman of Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SPH).

Singapore President Tony Tan lost nearly $42 billion dollars of Singapore's soverign wealth

Tony Tan's track record at Government of Investment Corporation (GIC) has been a disaster. According to the Wall Stree Journal, during his time as Deputy Chairman, GIC lost approximately $42 billion.

In January 2008, just when investors are shorting U.S. banks, Tony Tan spent billions of dollars of Singapore taxpayers' monies to invest in Citigroup and UBS.

To justify his reckless actions, Tony Tan said in an interview with the Business Times, "In the case of UBS, they have a worldwide global wealth management business which is something not replicable by any bank. Citigroup has an international worldwide consumer business which is also unique."

At the time, Jim Rogers, a former partner of George Soros in the famed Quantum Fund, said he felt "sad" for Singapore as it would be losing a lot of money.

Rogers continued, "They're making a big mistake; these banks have many more problems still ahead. They should wait until these companies are really on the ropes a few years from now . . . and trading at $5 a share."

Rogers also expressed doubts about the capability of GIC's fund managers, including Tony Tan, "I know these people, and they have never given me the impression that they're smarter than anyone else&They have gigantic amounts of money, but they've made a bad judgment in these cases."

A few months later, the value of GIC's shares in Citigroup and UBS crashed after both got mired in toxic debts during the 2008 global financial crisis.

The news was naturally censored by the Singapore media, but the Wall Street Journal reported that GIC suffered a loss around 59 billion Singapore dollars (US$41.6 billion) in 2008, making it one of the worst years for the sovereign wealth fund since it was established in 1981.

Now, Tony Tan is Singapore's president.

Now that Tony Tan has been elected President of Singapore, a(nother) scandal has surfaced!

Tony Tan has seen better days.

In the late 1980s, he was Lee Kuan Yew's first choice to succeed him as Prime Minister of Singapore, but Tan declined.

Until July 1, 2011, he was Executive Director and Deputy Chairman of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (where he lost money), and Chairman of Singapore Press Holdings Limited (where he controlled Singapore's press).

When Tony Tan delivered his two-minute Presidential Nomination Day speech on August 17th, the crowd jeered as he spoke. The hecklers chanted "Patrick Tan, Patrick Tan."

Tony Tan's decision to run for Singapore's presidency has brought to light a scandal.

Tony Tan forgot the statement he made on 21st Oct. 1996 in Perth, Australia when he was Defense Minister : "The only way we can operate our NS [National Service] system and have the support of Singaporeans is when everybody feels that our system, unlike those in some other countries, is fair, is applied equitably and no one liable for NS, is allowed not to serve".

Tony Tan's son, Patrick Tan, had just been exposed for an unprecedented 12-year leave from Singapore's compulsory two-year military duty called National Service. Even worse, this happened while his father was Singapore's Minister of Defense.

Patrick Tan
Daddy's boy, Patrick Tan
Patrick Tan served for only seven months as a trainee at the Basic Military Training Centre and Officer Cadet School before being granted a 12-year leave, ostensibly to study medicine at Harvard. His leave was much longer than what was normally granted, and medicine was not what he studied.

Upon his return to Singapore after his leave, Patrick Tan was "officially" given a cushy assignment as a Defense Medical Scientist doing lab work. However, researchers at the lab where Patrick Tan was supposed to have worked had never come across Patrick Tan or any National Service person working there.

According to a few ex-Singapore Armed Force officers it is likely that the research position was created specially for Patrick Tan upon his return from the United States to ensure that he did not have to complete the rugged combat training like others in Singapore's National Service.

Why was Patrick Tan was so special that he was granted an unusually long leave from National Service, and then given a cushy job that does not even normally even exist?

The explanation is that his father, Tony Tan was, at the time, Singapore's Minister of Defense and controlled Singapore's military.

It gets even better (or worse for Tony Tan).

In addition to his extended leave from National Service, Patrick Tan was awarded a prized President's Scholarship and a Loke Cheng Kim Scholarship to study medicine in the United States, (Source: Channel News Asia, 30 July 2011).

Here, the Singapore press was wrong (again) as Patrick Tan was not studying medicine but only pursuing a Bachelor of Arts at Harvard.

These Singapore awards included funds for his education-funds he didn't need as his father was one of Singapore's million dollar ministers.

Yes, Singapore Cabinet Ministers command million dollar annual salaries and million dollar annual pensions.

Now it has been revealed that Patrick Tan's official position during his National Service was only that of Chief Clerk in charge of administrative matters during in-camp training.

In a desperate attempt at damage control, on July 28, 2011, the Office of Tony Tan issued a clarification on Facebook (of all places) claiming that Patrick Tan has fulfilled all requirements of in-camp training by writing, "Throughout his National Service, he received a National Service man's salary and fulfilled all requirements of National Service"

Two days later, Singapore's Ministry of Defense parroted Tony Tan releasing a "clarification" stating, "Dr Patrick Tan received an NSman's salary and fulfilled all requirements of NS, such as the Individual Physical Proficiency Test."

So did Dr Patrick Tan fulfill his National Service, including his reserve duties?

According to sources, Patrick Tan did not serve his reservist duties as a 'defense medical scientist' nor even as Chief Clerk. Nor did he even have to complete his full period of reserve duties. The National Service requires men to serve as reservists until they reach the age of fortynot so for Patrick Tan.

Instead, Patrick Tan was "promoted" straight into the Ministry of Defense Reserve which consists of National Service men who have completed their training cycle but have yet to reach the statutory age of forty years. Patrick Tan apparently had an early out, even from his reserve duties.

Most likely, no one would have ever known about Patrick Tan's preferential National Service treatment had his Daddy, Tony Tan, not decided to run for President of Singapore.

For some people, a million dollars a year is just not enough.

And for Tony Tan enough is never enough!

The NUS announced yesterday that with effect from January Professor Tan Cheng Han (present dean) will be succeeded by Professor Simon Chesterman, 39.

Tan Cheng Han is the lawyer with the crooked brother (crooked and convicted), and one of his clients is the infamous Chung Hin Chew who was incarcerated for a year in Brunei, and who is now hiding out in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. So it is no wonder Tan Cheng Han has been thrown out on the scrap heap, and hopefully headed for a cardboard box on the void deck.

Chesterman? Well he is married to Tony Tan's daughter. Sure he's only 39, but some guys (in Singapore are already SAF general at an even younger age).

Ex-Deputy Prime Minister and Co-ordinating Minister for National Security
Mr WONG Kan Seng
Cousin-in-law

(Wong Kan Seng has the good fortune to be married to the daughter of Lee Suan Yew (Lee Kuan Yew's brother). This makes him a cousin-in-law to Lee Kuan Yeo, and for all intents, purposes, privileges, and money a relative to the royal family.)



Formerly Manager of NatSteel

Known for his brilliant quote, "'Mas Selamat is either in Singapore...or not in Singapore!" Is it true that his last job before becoming a million-dollar minister was as a a lowly HR manager at HP?

September 2011: Former deputy prime Minister Wong Kan Seng, who forced from the Cabinet over the Mas Selamat affair, has been given two new appointments.

Wong was appointed Special Adviser for Economic Cooperation to the Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and will be the new chairman of Temasek-owned Singbridge company.

Gotta keep the relatives on the payroll!

Goh Chok Kwai?
Fire Bug?

Is it true that Goh Chok Tong's brother (Goh Chok Kwai?) is, or was, a serial arsonist? Did he buy properties and then set fire to them for insurance claims? Was this revealed by the Singapore Civil Defence Academy in December 2001 to a large audience? If you have any knowledge of this, please send us a confidential email at [email protected].

Goh Jin Hian
(Well-known SARS doctor)
Son of Goh Chok Tong.
Twin brother of "quitter" sister Jin-Theng Craven,
who lives in London with her British hubby, Lee Craven.

Goh Jin Hian

Goh Jin Hian has been Group Senior Vice-President of International Operations and Growth Innovation & Strategy of Parkway Holdings Ltd. since January 2009 and serves as its Senior Vice President of International Operations. Dr. Goh is responsible for the general management of all the primary care services under Parkway Shenton which includes, Shenton Family Clinics, Executive Health Screeners, Nippon Medical Care and Maritime Medical. He serves as Senior Vice-President of International Operations and Growth Innovation & Strategy of Parkway Group Healthcare Pte Ltd.

He has been a Vice President at Singapore Human Resource Institute since April 2007. Dr. Goh served as Division President of Singapore Operations at Parkway Holdings Ltd. He has over 14 years of experience in the healthcare industry and has been providing consultancy advices to chief executive officers, trade unions and human resource managers in healthcare benefits and cost management for the past six years. Prior to joining Parkway in 1997, Dr. Goh was with the Ministry of Health. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Gleneagles Hospital at Parkway Holdings Ltd. from 2006 to 2007 and also served as its Director of Special Projects & Division Vice President, Singapore Operations. He serves as a Director of Gleneagles Clinical Research Center, a wholly-owned Parkway company. Dr. Goh serves as a Director of Shenton Insurance and IAG Healthsciences. He served as an Executive Director of Parkway Shenton Pte Ltd. from April 1, 1999 to 2006. He served as an Independent Non-Executive Director of Wuyi International Pharmaceutical Company Ltd. from January 7, 2007 to June 11, 2009.

Words of wisdom from Goh Chok Tong

Escape from Paradise, available at -
Cheapest for Singapore-Free Shipping
Prime Minister Mr LEE Hsien Loong

Deputy Chairman (Daddy is Chairman) Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd.

Deputy Prime Minister & Coordinating Minister for National Security &
Minister for Home Affairs
Mr TEO Chee Hean

Director Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd. Appointed Rear Admiral in July 1991, now retired. (Singapore needs an Admiral?) In his capacity as a former Admiral, Teo is also the advisor to the Singapore Dragon Boat Association.


Dragon Boat on Singapore's fashionable Orchard Road
during Singapore's recent flooding.
(we assume the man standing in the rear of the boat is Admiral Teo)

Of course, this is only a dramatization of what may happen to Singapore because

SINGAPORE IS SINKING AND THE SEA IS RISING!

In a Yahoo forum discussion of the subject “Is Singapore Island sinking?” a writer implied that it had already caused Bukit Timah hill to be shorter by three metres – from 166 metres – over the years.

He opined that more buildings had been built that created a heavy load on the land. At the same time, Singapore had constructed more subway systems and created more holes in the ground -- “More buildings create a heavy load. Can the island withstand such heavy loads?” he asked. With Singapore’s huge population growth, there will be more heavy buildings to house them. Singapore is built on sand – sinking shifting sand!!!

The more FTs, the quicker Singapore will sink!!!

Senior Minister of State for Information, Communications and the Arts,
and Environment and Water Resources, and, and, and...
Grace Fu

A million bucks just won't cut it anymore!

"When I made the decision to join politics in 2006, pay was not a key factor. Loss of privacy, public scrutiny on myself and my family and loss of personal time were. The disruption to my career was also an important consideration. I had some ground to believe that my family would not suffer a drastic change in the standard of living even though I experienced a drop in my income. So it is with this recent pay cut. If the balance is tilted further in the future, it will make it harder for any one considering political office."

Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Finance & Minister for Manpower
Mr Tharman SHANMUGARATNAM - a man with a criminal record?

Former Director Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd.

While serving as economics director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore in 1993, Tharman was charged under the Official Secrets Act (OSA) in a case involving the release of Singapore's 1992 second-quarter flash projections to a research director, Mr Raymond Foo, and economist Manu Bhaskaran, of Crosby Securities, and to journalists Kenneth James and Patrick Daniel of the Business Times.

The OSA case, which stretched over more than a year, was reported extensively in the Singapore press. Tharman contested and was eventually acquitted of the charge of communicating the GDP growth flash projections. Senior District Judge Richard Magnus then introduced a lesser charge of negligence, because the prosecution's case was that the figures were seen on a document that he had with him at a meeting with the private economists which he had attended with one of his colleagues. Tharman contested this lesser charge too, and took to the witness stand for a few days.

The court nevertheless convicted him together with all the others in the case, including the editor of Business Times newspaper which published the figures. Tharman was fined S$1,500, and the others S$2,000. As there was no finding that he knowingly communicated any classified information, the case did not pose any hurdle to his subsequent appointment as the Managing Director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Before he became Home Minister, then a PAP member of parliament, Shanmugam had an affair (with a woman) that led to messy divorce proceedings. Shanmugam's wife was summoned by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong who instructed her not to make the divorce too messy because he wanted to make Shanmugam a minister. Thereafter, it is alleged that Shanmugam divorced his wife and left her with two children. He married a much younger woman. These Tamil guys are a breed apart - no wonder the Tamils are taking over Singapore.

Minister for Trade and Industry
Mr LIM Hng Kiang


Director Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd.

Don't worry, when terrorist-linked Reform Party chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam runs against you - you are sure to get elected.

We are sure your voters understand that Kenneth Jeyaretnam is co-founder of the Reform Party with convicted terrorist Balraj (aka Baldev) Naidu. Naidu was extradited to the USA, where he served a term in in prison. He has now served his term and was deported from the U.S. to Singapore, accompanied by a heavily armed guard of U.S. officials.

Now Naidu has served is time in the U.S. and has returned to Singapore - accompanied by a heavily armed guard of U.S. officials, as usual.

Minister, Prime Minister's Office
Mr LIM Swee Say

He served as the Chief Executive from 1986 to 1991 and Chairman of National Computer Board (NCB) from 1994 to 1998. In his tenure at NCB, he led the development and implementation of Singapore's National IT policy and IT 2000 Masterplan to transform Singapore into an IT hub.

Maybe the most (only?) intelligent Singapore cabinet member? So what if he likes Zorro?

Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts
Dr Yaacob
Ibrahim

On 5 Sept. 2011 Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts Yaacob Ibrahim also issued a statement in response to a WikiLeaks cable reportedly listing the biographies of Malay-Muslim Members of Parliament in Singapore. The cable stated that Dr Yaacob's two children are American citizens, leading to a flurry of comments online.

In his statement, Dr Yaacob, who is also Minister-in-Charge of Muslim Affairs, said the status of his wife as "an American citizen by birth confers dual citizenship to their two children until the age of 18."

In truth, his children will not lose their American citizenship unless they choose to renounce it. The fee for renouncing is US$450, and whoever renounces will be considered an American citizen by the American IRS for the next five years for tax purposes.

Minister for National Development
Mr Khaw Boon Wan


Stash the old folks in cheap facilities outside of Singapore

In an interview done with MediaCorps Channel 8, Khaw Boon Yan stated, My personal view is, our land is expensive. But we have nearby neighbours in Johor, Batam and Bintan. The elderly want to reach their doctors within half to one hour. So retirement villages in neighbouring countries is possible, barring the cross-border hassle. It is best to find cheap land on short leases.

Minister for Defence
Dr NG Eng Hen

Minister for the Environment and Water Resources
Dr Vivian BALAKRISHNAN MMed(Ophth), FRCS(Ed), FRCOphth, FAMS

Wise words from Doc Vivian, "If you want to dance on a bar top, some of us will fall off the bar top. Some people will die as a result of liberalising bar top dancing; a young girl with a short skirt dancing on it may attract some insults from some other men, the boyfriend will start fighting and some people will die."

Flood gates on fashionable Orchard Road at Liat Towers

Notes from Yaacob's secret meeting...

  • Singapore is not prepared for such a huge population. Now every year singapore is sinking by 1-2.5 cm due to it's weight, as it is built on sand.
  • Singapore's tallest point, Bukit Timah Hill, previously stood at 166m and now at 163m.
  • Singapore's Changi Airport is 3 feet below sea level, and speed boats are reportedly on standby just in case the inevitable happens.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Law
Mr K Shanmugam

As a lawyer, defended spoiled Singapore brat and dilettante playboy, Dinesh Bhatia, who was sentenced to one year of jail for consuming cocaine.

Mr. Shanmugam has been a Director of Eastern Development Pte. Ltd., since January 1993, and been a Director of MyWeb Inc.com since May 2000. He is amongst others, a member of the Media Development Authority of Singapore (for censorship).

Allegedly, before he became Home Minister, PAP member of parliament K. Shanmugam had an affair (with a woman - unlike some fellows in the PAP who have affairs with men) that led to messy divorce proceedings. His angry wife, who was out for blood, was called in by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong who asked her not to make the divorce too messy because he wanted to make Shanmugam a minister.

Right after being appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Shanmugam appeard to be clueless about his duties as he admitted in an interview with the state media that he cannot replace his predecessor George Yeo who was voted out of office by Singaporeans in the last general election, saying The question for me is what role does the Ministry of Foreign Affairs play? What are the issues in broad terms?&..In the context of the broad issues and Singapores interests, can I discharge my duties as Foreign Minister? Not too encouraging.

Dinesh Bhatia They should have hanged the bum, but Dinesh Bhatia gets one year jail term!

Spoiled Singapore brat and dilettante playboy, Dinesh Bhatia, 35, has been sentenced to one year of jail for consuming cocaine. Bhatia's lawyer, Member of Parliament K. Shanmugam (the shameless), had told the court that Bhatia was not an addict but was given the drug by a friend. Even though Bhatia did not know that it was cocaine, and had a 'fleeting suspicion' the substance could be illegal, he took it on impulse. Yeah, sure!

As a bonus for getting Dinesh off the hook (gallows), K Shanmugam (the shameless) is now Singapore's Minister of Law!!!

Bhatia's father was a judge, and his mother a former Singapore Member of Parliament. Escape from Paradise was right -- Singapore condones drugs for the elite, as Shanmugam, who aspires to become Solicitor-General (above), comes to Bhatia's defense!

Then what happens?

V K Rajah
Mob Judge
V K Rajah

THE STRAITS TIMES, April 7, 2005 - Bhatia, 35, appealed against his 12-month sentence last month, asking for a heavy fine to be imposed instead.

Calling the previous sentence "excessive", Justice V K Rajah said yesterday that the district judge erred by not tailoring the sentence to fit the offender and failed to "attach adequate weight and merit to all the relevant mitigating factors".

For example, the judge did not adequately consider the fact that Bhatia's consumption was neither planned nor purchased, said Justice Rajah. Bhatia's sentence was reduce to 8 months. Huh?

Then Senior Counsel K Shanmugam of Allen and Gledhill, Former Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong's lawyer, and now Singapore's Minister for Law & Second Minister for Home Affairs, defended coke head Bhatia.

What a conflict of interest!

Is Singapore's Ministry of Law condoning drugs for the elite?

THE STRAITS TIMES, July 7, 2005 - Dinesh Singh Bhatia, 35, who was sentenced to eight months in jail for cocaine consumption after his arrest in a high-society drug raid last October, is out of prison and is serving out his sentence at home, wearing an electronic tag he cannot remove. In the end, after appeal, Bhatia’s sentence was reduced to eight months, but less than three months after that, he was reported by the Straits Times to be at home, albeit wearing an electronic tag.

K. Shanmugam (the shameless) is a board member of Singapore Technologies, along with Peter Seah, Chairman, former banker to CIA-connected S. P. Chung, one of the characters in Escape from Paradise. All in the family!

Bathia's father, former judicial commissioner and Senior Counsel at Khattar Wong & Partners, Amarjeet Singh, was instrumental in the caning of American Michael Fay. Bhatia spoke out in support of the Michael Fay caning, saying "You know, once you loosen up or the laws become lax, everything comes in. The floodgates are opened. It doesn't pay to mess around with the system."

Well, Bhatia, too bad you didn't get a dose of your own medicine!

"In Singapore, a mere 15 grams of heroin, 500 grams of cannabis, 30 grams of cocaine, or 250 grams of methamphetamine will get you the hangman’s noose. There are no jury trials in Singapore, as juries had been abolished by Lee Kuan Yew.

The defendant, who is not entitled to a public trial, faces a lone judge, a government appointee, who hands down his sentence quickly. The system is very efficient, no waiting around for an appeal, no hanging out on death row for years.

Singapore does everything with excellence, and the pre-dawn Friday morning hangings are no exception. Mercifully, our high tech gallows use the “long drop,” so, the prisoner, hooded, and with arms and legs bound, dies instantly, in a snap.

The gallows can accommodate up to seven people at a drop, a great convenience when you are hanging fifty or more people every year.

Ironically, drugs are readily available in Singapore. A favorite place for “scoring” drugs is the Newton Circus Hawker Centre, a favorite late night haunt of open-air food stalls popular with young Singaporeans and foreigners, alike.

More importantly, Singapore, boasting the world’s largest port for shipping tonnage, and the most Asia-Pacific air-links, is a major transit point for drugs.

The bulk business of drug distribution is not done by small-time couriers, but by the big boys, who never touch the drugs, and are never touched by them."

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Minister for Health
Mr GAN Kim Yong

Minister for Transport
Rear Admiral LUI Tuck Yew

Lui is married to Soo Fen. They have two daughters (said to be hot?).

A voter recounts his dialogue word-for-word with Lui during the last election.

Voter: Could you please tell me why I should vote for you?

Mr Lui: You should NOT vote for the Opposition because they ...

Voter: The Opposition? No, I want to know about you. Please tell me why I should vote for you.

Mr Lui: You should vote for the PAP because we ....

Voter: The PAP? No, no. I'm not interested in the PAP or the Opposition. I'm interested to know about you. Why should I vote for you?

At this point, Mr Lui shot the voter a look of pure anger, waved his hand about in the air, declaring, "We could spend all night talking about me!", pointed to the newsletter and snapped, "It's all in the the newsletter!" He then swung round and stormed off.

Minister, Prime Ministers Office & Second Minister for Home Affairs &
Second Minister for Trade and Industry
Mr S Iswaran

S. Iswaran is the Managing Director at Temasek Capital. He is also the Managing Director of Investments at Temasek Holdings (Pte) Ltd. Mr. Iswaran is responsible for private equity investments, in particular the healthcare, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and technology sectors, for Temasek. Mr. Iswaran is a Member of Parliament of the West Coast GRC of Singapore. He is a Director at Sunningdale Tech Ltd. since July 2005. Mr. Iswaran has been Director at SembCorp Industries Ltd. since January 13, 2003. He has been a Director at Quintiles Transnational Corp. since November 2003 and is also a Member of Compensation and Nominations Committee. Mr. Iswarans directorships in other boards include FHTK Holdings Ltd., Compass Technology Holdings Limited, and N.A.I. Ltd.

Minister for Education
Heng Swee Kiat

Awards S$36 million in support to foreign students

The Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Education, Ms Sim Ann, disclosed in Parliament that at least 2000 scholarships are awarded to foreign students each year.

This includes about 950 pre-tertiary and 1070 undergraduate students from Asean and non-Asean countries. The scholarships cover both tuition and accommodation.

These scholarships cost $14,000 for pre-tertiary students and between $18,000 and $25,000 (i.e, average of $21,500) for undergraduates.

This works out to about $13.3 million for pre-tertiary students and $23 million for undergraduates, giving a total of at least $36 million.

Ag Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports &
Minister of State, Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts
MG(NS) Chan Chun Sing

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The situation could be further complicated by present PAP MPs holding key posts in GLCs. The non-executive directors receive not just directorss fees but may also have shares and share options in the GLCs they direct. For example, Mr K Shanmugam, MP for Sembawang GRC, owned 70,000 SembCorp Industries share options and 30,000 Chartered Semiconductor shares, among other interests in GLCs as of year-end 2000. The following table lists non-ministerial MPs holding senior management and directorship positions in GLCs:

MP Constituency Present Post / Activity
Tin Pei Ling

This little hottie is a Member of Singapore's Parliament, Member of the Home Affairs and Law Government Parliamentary Committee
She outranks the Singapore Police force who are investigating her and even the Singapore Commissioner of Police! Pei Ling's husband is the Secretary to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. So, of course, she qualifies!

Despite still being under police investigation, the PAP regime has appointed unpopular MP Tin Pei Ling as a member of the Home Affairs and Law Government Parliamentary Committee.

Ms Tin allegedly flouted election rules on "Cooling off" day by posting a snide remark on her Facebook page critical of her opponent Nicole Seah. She later claimed that it was posted by one of her large staff of administrators, the elusive Denise He who has not been heard, seen or found by anybody at the moment.

Two months have passed since a police report was lodged against her and the case is still under investigation while the police took only one week to arrest former WP candidate Dr James Gomez for intimidating a civil servant in 2006.

The PAP regime is making a mockery of Singapores legal system and Singaporeans by appointing Ms Tin to sit on the Home Affairs and Law GPC when she still has a police case hanging over her hand.

How can a MP who is suspected of commiting a crime be allowed to sit on a GPC in Home Affairs and Law itself? Will the police now dare to take action against Ms Tin who is now sitting on the GPC overseeing them?

The shocking decision by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shows that he does not bother to listen to Singaporeans and his apologies and promises made on the eve of polling day are nothing more but wayang to win last-minute votes for his party.

With Ms Tins latest appointment, she is technically above the highest ranking officers in the Singapore Police Force, the Commissioner of Police who is under the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Even at an extremely young age, Tin Pei Ling has become one of the most powerful people in Singapore.

Sylvia Lim

Member of Parliament

Worker's Party MP Sylvia Lim left her position at Temasek Polytechnic after winning a seat to Parliament in Singapore's 2011 General Election

Cedric Foo Chee Keng

Member of Parliament - West Coast GRC

Does not devote full time to his parliamentry duties as he is also Group Deputy President, Neptune Orient Lines Ltd. Temasek Holdings holds a 66 percent stake in Neptune Orient Lines, Ltd. - hence the connection.

Mr Yeo Guat Kwang
The King of Connections

Ang Mo Kio GRC
(Along with Lee Kuan Yew so he is sure to get elected)

In addition to his parliamentary duties, this former schoolteacher finds time for 64 additional jobs - along with being married and having two children.

He must be making a bundle of money from all those jobs. Is he a superman?

His range of interest and activity is immense - Buddhist, Taoist, consumers, tour guides, egg suppliers, tobacco, motor industry, water industry, furniture, chinese medicine, mental health, sports, food, restaurants, charities, taxis, and on and on.

We have listed Mr. Yeo's jobs in small print, so as not to clogg up the Internet.

1. Member, Government Parliamentary Committee on Manpower
2. Member, Government Parliamentary Committee on Community Development, Youth & Sports
3. Member, GPC for Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts
4. Vice Chairman, Aljunied Town Council
5. Alignment Director, NTUC Quality Worklife & All Nationalities
6. Acting Advisor to Taxi Operators' Association
7. President of Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE)
8. Vice-Chairman, North East Community Development Council
9. Member, Board of Directors of PUB Board
10. Advisor to the Singapore Table Tennis Association
11. Advisor to the Singapore WeiQi Association
12. Advisor to the Ren Ci Hospital
13. Advisor to the Bright Vision Hospital
14. Advisor to Artistes & Performers' Association
15. Advisor to Restaurants Association of Singapore
16. Executive Secretary, Singapore Chinese Teachers' Unions
17. Director, Financial Industry Disputes Resolution Centre (FIDReC)
18. Advisor, Federation of Merchants' Associations, Singapore
19. Executive Secretary, Amalgamated Union of Statutory Board Employees
20. Member, Workplace Health and Safety Council
21. Co-Chairman, National Tripartite Committee on Workplace Health
22. Co-Chairman, Customer Centric Initiatives
23. Co-Chairman, NTUC-SNEF Migrant Workers' Forum
24. Member, Aids Business Alliance
25. Member, Mental Health Alliance
26. Member, Centre for Service Excellence and Leadership Governing Council
27. Member, SPRING Standards Council
28. Patron to Pets Enterprises & Traders Association (PETAS)
29. PAP Community Foundation HQ Executive Committee
30. Member, Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL)
31. Member, Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA)
32. Member, AVA Human Resource Committee
33. Member, WSH Council Finance Committee
34. Member, Tripartite Committee on Employability of Older Workers
35. Member, Tripartite Committee on Portable Medical Benefits
36. Member, Tripartite Committee on Flexible Work Arrangement
37. Member, Quality Service Advisory Council
38. Member, Institute for Service Excellence@SMU (ISES) Governing Council
39. Member, Motor Industry Disputes Resolution Centre Pte Ltd Board of Governors
40. Member, Retail Price Watch Group
41. Member,Tobacco Licensing Consultative Panel
42. Member, Ngee Ann Kongsi Council
43. Advisor, Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore Staff Union (IRASSU)
44. Advisor & Trustee, NatSteel Employees Union (NEU)
45. Business Advisor, NTUC LearningHub Pte Ltd
46. Advisor, Yeo Clan General Association
47. Advisor, Singapore Taoist Federation
48. Advisor, Fo Guang Shan (Singapore)
49. Advisor, Mun San Fook Tuck Chee
50. Advisor, Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services
51. Advisor, Sian Chay Medical Institution
52. Advisor, Society of Tourist Guides (Singapore)
53. Advisor, Singapore Furniture Association
54. Advisor, Eggs' Import/Export Trading Association (Singapore)
55. Advisor, Federation of Merchants' Singapore
56. Advisor, JCI Senators Club of Singapore
57. Advisory Board Member, Singapore-China Association for Advancement of Science & Technology
58. Patron. Buddist Fellowship
59. Independent Director, Grandwork Interior Pte Ltd
60. Independent Director, Japan Foods Holding Ltd
61. Independent Director, Koyo International Ltd
62. Independent Director, United Envirotech Ltd
63. Independent Director, Asia Water Technology Ltd
64. Independent Director, HLH Group Ltd

Former senior government officials:
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Former Minister Mentor Mr LEE Kuan Yew


Remember NeWater?

Chairman Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd.

Armed Gurkas patrol Raffles City, Singapore
Lee Kuan Yew has long distrusted his own Chinese people of Singapore. He has always sought the protection of the more trusted Gurkhas  units of the current British Army, composed of Nepalese soldiers.

The Ghurkas are the sole guards of the Istana, residence of Singapores President. Are other races in Singapore not trusted?

Recently, in Singapore, the power of the Gurkhas can be seen well beyond the Istana.

Armed Gurkhas now patrol the streets of Singapore and have replaced local policemen to guard key installations. Gurkhas are now seen in more public locations including Singapores Changi Airport, the Singapore American School, and even at Singapores posh and exclusive American Club.

Joint statement by Lee Kuan Yew & Goh Chok Tong, "After a watershed General Election, we have decided to leave the Cabinet and have a completely younger team of ministers to connect to and engage with this young generation in shaping the future of our Singapore."

Wikileaks revealed that Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew described Islam as a "venomous religion" in a July 5, 2005 meeting with then Senator Hillary Clinton. Clinton's meeting was with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, then Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, and then Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew.

Former Senior Minister Mr GOH Chok Tong

Formerly Managing Director of Neptune Orient Lines
(
Temasek Holdings holds a 66 percent stake in Neptune Orient Lines, Ltd.)

"Re-educating" the Mrs.

His motto, "Beat your wife every day. You may not know why, but she will know!"


Now too old to "re-educate."

Well, not quite...


Goh Chok Tong visiting Aljunied after
Singapore's election of May 7, 2011, in which his party lost two Ministers.

Joint statement by Lee Kuan Yew & Goh Chok Tong, "After a watershed General Election, we have decided to leave the Cabinet and have a completely younger team of ministers to connect to and engage with this young generation in shaping the future of our Singapore."

Wikileaks revealed that Goh Chok Tong stated, "In Malaysia, the change in prime minister was for the better. SM Goh commented that former PM Mahathir enjoyed fighting with everyone. The long-term problem was what type of Islam would dominate in Malaysia. He expressed concern that a more radical version of Islam was gaining ground and forcing moderates to take more extreme positions.

This was in a July 5, 2005 meeting with then Senator Hillary Clinton, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, the, and former Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew.

Ex-SM Goh (??) criticizes "quitters's" who leave Singapore, but The Straits Times reveals that his own daughter is a "quitter," living in England! (Just like Helen Yeo & Yeo Cheow Tong's daughters in the USA - see below.)

"Fair-weather Singaporeans will run away whenever the country runs into stormy weather. I call them 'quitters'. Fortunately, 'quitters' are in the minority. The majority of Singaporeans are 'stayers'. 'Stayers' are committed to Singapore. Rain or shine, they will be with Singapore. As we say in Hokkien, 'pah see buay zao'."
PM Goh, National Day Rally 2002 Click!

"My speech on 'stayers' and 'quitters' has aroused a strong response from Singaporeans, as it was meant to be."

Now let us introduce you to Mrs. Jen Theng Craven,
Goh Chok Tong's quitter daughter, who married an Ang Moh Englishman.

Goh Jin Theng
PM Goh in London visiting his "quitter" daughter, Jin Theng.
She lives in England with her very British husband, Lee Craven.


This photo was taken recently at a meeting of Jin Theng's company,
Jin Theng is "Arts Producer & Owner, Damask Asia, Bradford, United Kingdom"
The hefty lady in the front row (left) is her Mommy, Mrs. Goh Chok Tong.

give her a call at +44 (0)208 123 7388

Our confidant in the UK writes...

I am in the UK, no need to use Skype to call her, 01274 is a Bradford number in the Yorkshire. Based on her husband's name, there is one hit in Bradford.

L CRAVEN
36 FLOWER GARTH
BRADFORD WEST YORKSHIRE
BD100QB

Jin Theng's posh mansion in Bradford, UK

Former President of Singapore S. R. Nathan

President Nathan, a Japanese collaborator during WWII.
Worked for Kempeitai
(Japanese intelligence)

Singapore's current President, Nathan, was a member of the dreaded Japanese Kempeitai (uniform, sword and all) the secret police during the Japanese occupation of Singapore.

According to the Wikipedia, "The Kempeitai (憲兵隊 Kenpeitai?, "Military Police Corps") was the military police arm of the Imperial Japanese Army from 1881 to 1945. It was not a conventional military police, but more of a secret police like Nazi Germany's Gestapo."

Greedy
Saw Phaik Hwa

Former Chief Executive Officer, President, Director, Chairman of Risk Management Committee and Member of Executive Committee, SMRT Corp. Ltd.
(The Singapore transportation system)
She has been fired for holding too many positions and directorships

Ms. Saw's SMRT compensation is $1,847,611 per annum. If that is not enough, she is paid to be on 31 board of directors in 4 different organizations across 4 different industries.

How does she find the time?

Ms. Saw has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of SMRT Corp. Ltd. since December 2002. Ms. Saw has a wealth of experience in retail and international business. Ms. Saw served as Regional President for DFS Venture Singapore (Pte) Ltd., in charge of businesses in Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Her 19-year career with DFS Venture Singapore (Pte) Ltd. Ms. saw her rising through management ranks to her final position. She has been a Director of SMRT Corp., Ltd. since March 20, 2003. She serves as a Member of the Board of Directors of SMRT Trains Ltd., and SMRT Road Holdings Ltd. Ms. Saw is a Director of The Esplanade Co Ltd. and Singapore Tourism Board. She serves as a board member of the National Environment Agency and the Health Promotion Board. She also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Singapore Management University, the Tan Tock Seng Hospital Community Charity Fund and Youth Business Singapore. She is a member of the Sports Sub-Committee of Singapore Totalisator Board. Ms. Saw is an ardent practitioner of taiji and sits on the Council of the Singapore Jian Chuan Tai Chi Chuan Physical Culture Association as President and as Vice President on the Executive Committee of the International Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan Federation. She also serves as Governor for Singapore and Malaysia for the international body of Wus Tai Chi Chuan Academy as well as 3rd Vice Chairman of Singapore Wushu Dragon & Lion Dance Federation. She was conferred the Leading CEO Award, organised by the Singapore HR Institute in 2005 and a Medal of Commendation at the 2007 May Day Award. Ms. Saw graduated with an Honours degree in Biochemistry from the University of Singapore. She also attended an Advanced Management Programme at the University of Hawaii.

Wow! That's a lot of money for someone who has come under fire for being incompetent.

Former Senior Minister Prof S. JAYAKUMAR

Retired after the General Election with a very healthy million dollar minister pension.

Former Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr George Yong-Boon YEO
Ousted from office by Singapore's election of May 7, 2011

Disgraced, as he and Lim Hwee Hua are the first full ministers to lose their seats and their sky-high salaries, as the Singapore electorate threw them out of office. As the leading candidate, George Yeo dragged down his team, Lim Hwee Hua, Zainul Abidin Rasheed, Cynthia Phua, and Ong Ye Kung.

Now let's see how many directorships, etc. this guy gets along with is $2 million per year pension! He had aspirations to become President of Singapore, but has decided not to run. He has made the right decision because he knows that Lee Kuan Yew has made his choice quite some time ago - the choice is Tony Tan (listed below).

Minister, Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Finance
and Second Minister for Transport Mrs LIM Hwee Hua
Ousted from office by Singapore's election of May 7, 2011

Marine Parade GRC

Was ranked as the 21st highest paid government official in the world.

Ousted from her position as Minister, Prime Minister's Office, and Singapore Second Minister for Finance and also Second Minister for Transport.

Disgraced, as she and George Yeo are the first full ministers to lose their seats and their sky-high salaries, as the Singapore electorate threw them out of office. Mrs Lim Hwee Hua, said she will not contest the next General Election in 2016.

Her departure from office was bitter and she was discouraged, saying she will leave it to someone younger as she will be 57 years old.

Mrs Lim was so out of touch that she admitted that she was surprised by the depth of resentment felt by citizens towards the government, which surfaced during the campaign and that she was surprised by the outcome.

Her husband, Andy Lim, who also runs Money World, is a crook and has been banned from entering China due to money laundering activities of his firm. He has also been charged in court in the Fiji Islands. Lim Hwee Hua and her husband, Andy, are partnering with f Tong and Helen Yeo for, we believe, some of the Yeo's narco-state activity with Burma, Afghanistan, & Morocco.

Lim Hwee Hua should do OK, as her crooked husband, and the Yeo Cheow Tong narco-contact gang can support her.

We will be tracking Lim Hwee's progress.

Ousted Minister for Transport and Second Minister for Foreign Affairs
Mr Raymond LIM Siang Keat

Director Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd. As Transport Minister, unpopular Raymond Lim was blamed for over-crowded trains and buses. Now he moves on to his million dollar minister tax free pension.

Was Minister, Prime Minister's Office
Mr LIM Boon Heng


CRY BABY!

Following election results and his loss of a huge salary, Lim Boon Heng CRIED openly on TV. Don't cry - you will still get your huge tax-free pension.

Mr Zainul Abidin Rasheed
Ousted by the voters Singapore's election of May 7, 2011
Senior Minister of State for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
& Speaker of Parliament (Wow!)

All he's got now s the position Mayor of the North East Community Development Council -- whatever that is. This guy needs some directorships!

Mr. Suppiah Dhanabalan
"Slap me silly"
Chairman, Temasek Holdings since 1996

S. Dhanabalan
Ho Ching, the mysterious Charles "Chip" Waterhouse Goodyear IV, & Dhanabalan

Following is the extract from page 150 of Ross Worthington's book, "Governance in Singapore" (Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc, Dec 2002):

In 1990, an incident occurred in a pre-cabinet meeting which was the beginning of entrenching further among the many in the core executive, resistance to Lee Hsien Loong's long term ambitions for prime ministership. Prior to this meeting Lee Hsien Loong had gone to the office of Richard Hu, the Minister of Finance, and removed a number of files without Hu's permission. At that time Lee's office was on the 48th floor of what is now Temasek Tower and Hu's was on the 50th floor.

At the pre-cabinet meeting Hu took Lee to task for doing this and was supported by Tony Tan. Lee's response was aggressive and insulting, he directly insulted Tan and Hu, a man of his father's age. This was a double insult to Hu, who was Lee's superior in cabinet and a person of an age who should of itself deserve respect in Chinese society. Suppiah Dhanabalan intervened and chastised Lee for his behaviour, demanding that he apologise to Hu, withdraw his remarks and not interfere in other minister's portfolios. A heated exchange occurred into which a number of other issues intruded and eventually Lee lost his temper, and reportedly reached across the table and slapped Dhanabalan across the face.

This caused an uproar in the cabinet and Lee was severely chastised by Goh Chok Tong. Dhanabalan stormed out of the room and did not return for some time. Lee, in response to a demand from Goh, subsequently apologised to Dhanabalan, Hu and Tan. Hu, Dhanabalan and Tan all initially stated that they would leave the cabinet as a result of this incident. Goh later took up the matter with Lee Kuan Yew who reportedly verbally thrashed his son over the matter.

This was apparently followed by a more sober, educational but equally critical assessment from Lee Hsien Loong's mother, a talented though background political adviser. Lee Kuan Yew reportedly met later that day with Hu, Tan and Dhanabalan, apologised for his son's behaviour and requested that they not resign, supported by a similar request from Goh Chok Tong.

All held out for some time, but eventually Hu agreed to stay, but Dhanabalan and Tan both resolved to leave. This they did the following August 1991 elections, all without a public word against Lee Hsien Loong, continuing to subscribe to the tenet of all secrets staying within the PAP family.

Dr Yeo Ning Hong

Was Minister for Defence


Got Plenty Money

Dr. Yeo serves as an Advisor of Temasek holdings and Far East Organisation. Also serves as Senior Advisor of Hyflux ltd. Dr. Yeo serves as Chairman of SQL View Pte Ltd., Singapore Totalisator Board and Singapore Symphony Orchestra Trust Fund. Dr. Yeo was a Cabinet Minister and has served in the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Communications and Information. Dr. Yeo serves on several business, sports and civic organisations, including Singapore-US Business ... Council, Singapore Totalisator Board, Singapore Symphony Orchestra Trust, Honorary President of the SEA Games Federation, and Patron of Singapore National Olympic Council. He served as an Executive Chairman of Singapore Technologies Group of Companies. Dr. Yeo served as Chairman of PSA Corporation Ltd. He has been Non Executive and Independent Director of Singapore Press Holdings Ltd., since March 15, 2001. Dr. Yeo serves as a Member of Advisory Panel of Keepel Technology of Keppel Corp. Ltd. Dr. Yeo served as a Director of DBS Group Holdings Ltd. since July 1, 1999 and served as a Director of its subsidiary, DBS Bank Ltd.

Yeo Cheow Tong

Ousted from Singapore government as Minister
Ousted from Singapore government as Member of Parliament

1967-1971 Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) University of Western Australia
(Took five years to complete a four-year course at an inferior educational institution!)

July 22, 2011 - Former MP Yeo Cheow Tong said: "We have to really think out of the box, and our new MPs have to do that as well. They cannot just accept what the ministers are telling them, they have to question the ministers." Really? This crook is now speaking for the PAP?

Held positions in the following: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Trade & Industry, Minister, Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology & Ministry of Transport.

Why would Singapore assign a third-rate mechanical engineer to all those posts? Did he have a "special friend" somewhere?

Mr Lim Geok Hwee

Convicted Deputy Director of NTUC

After becoming Chief Executive of NTUC Choice Homes and SLF Management Services he was convicted of stealing $1.3m from the co-op. This former chief executive officer of the labour movement's housing cooperative. Lim Geok Hwee took most of it to pay for his losses in the stock market - siphoning more than $1.3 million over nine months.

Mah Bow Tan
Ousted National Development Minister

"Housing is always a very sensitive subject. And I guess to the extent that in the last couple of years, housing prices went up very sharply, coinciding with the very dramatic turnaround in the economy, I guess that resulted in quite a lot of unhappiness on the ground. And I accept responsibility for that," said the outgoing minister as he retired after the General Election of May 2011.

Don't worry - he will collect his enormous million dollar minister tax-free pension.

Mr Lim Chee Onn (and friends)

Formerly Minister without Portfolio, Prime Minister's Office

Mr Goh Chee Wee

Was Minister of State for Trade and Industry

Probable ISD agent as only a very old photo exists
and on the Singapore government website all details have been removed.
Possibly armed and dangerous!

Boon Lay formerly PAP Member of Parliament. in Group Managing Director and Chief Executive of Comfort Group, Deputy Chairman of NTUC Fairprice Cooperative, Comfort Transportation, Comfort Automotive Services, VICOM Nominee Investment, VICOM Inspection Centre, Comfort Properties, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive of VICOM, and Chairman of NTUC Media, VICOM Assessment Centre, Eurocom Motors, ComTrucks, Barcelona Motors, Sinamex Car Rental and Leasing, Comfort Driving Centre, Comfort Courier Services, Suzhou Comfort Taxi, Xiamen Comfort Taxi, Zhengzhou Comfort Tour Bus Service, Comfort Nominees, Comfort Group Investments, Comfort Myanmar, Comfort Diesel

Mr Bernard Chen Tien Lap

Bernard Chen Tien Lap

Ousted from his position as Minister of State for Defence

Trying to be an Ang Moh by being a Catholic and calling himself, "Bernard." To enforce his Ang-Moh act, he is a big time Catholi. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Theological Studies from the Australian Catholic University in 2000, qualifying him for the Catholic priesthood.

"Father Bernard" served as Chief Executive Officer of Intraco Ltd from 1991 to 2000. He served as Group General Manager of Fraser & Neave group from 1981 to 1991. Mr. Chen's career has spanned both the government and private sectors. His government service commenced in 1967 at the Economic Development Board.

From 1969 to 1977, he served at the Ministries of Defence and Finance. He was a Member of Parliament from 1977 to 2001 and served as Minister of State for Defence from 1977 to 1981. He is presently the Chairman of The Commercial & Industrial Security Corporation, Non-Executive Chairman of China Water Holdings Pte. Ltd., Chairman of Singapore Health Service Pte Ltd., Chairman of the Singapore General Hospital, Director of Singapore Pools Pte Ltd and Board Member of the Singapore Labour Foundation. He also serves as the Chairman of the Catholic Education Council of Singapore, and Chairman of the Boards Management of St. Anthony's Convent Primary and Secondary Schools and Catholic Junior College respectively. He has been Non-Executive Chairman of Ntegrator International Ltd. since January 4, 2005 and Independent Non-Executive Chairman at CNA Group Operations since December 27, 2004. He served as Chairman and Director of Certis CISCO (formerly, CISCO Security Pte Ltd). He serves as an Independent Non-Executive Director of King's Safetywear Limited. He has been Director of China Water Holdings Pte. Ltd. since March 31, 2006. He served as Director of Fraser & Neave group from 1981 to 1991. He served as a Director of DBS Bank Ltd., from April 1996 to April 29, 2005 and DBS Group Holdings, Ltd. from July 1999 to April 29, 2005.

Dr Ker Sin Tze

Demoted to the dismal post of Consul-General of Singapore in Hong Kong and Macao

Formerly was Minister of State for Education

Somewhere this guy went wrong - not too smart!

Directorships: Maybe nobody wants him anymore.

Born Dec. 24, 1944 Dr. Ker is old. Either his photo was taken years ago, or he colors his hair, and knows how to use Adobe Photoshop.

Mr Sam Chong Keen

Formerly Political Secretary to the Minister for Education from 1988 to 1991
was a far as he got - not very far at all...
but far enough, as his connections have worked well enough
to get him into the following:

CEO of Sino-Environment Technology Group. Non-executive director of Xpress Holdings and Jade Technologies. Independent director of Stamford Tyres.

Mr Lee Ek Tieng

Director of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH)

Unable to find any photo
This guy is a known ISD agent!
(SPH is a nest of ISD agents)

Former Head of Civil Service and Permanent Secretary for Prime Minister's Office. Group Managing Director of GIC and Director of GIC Special Investments, GIC Real Estate and Singapore Press Holdings.He is the Group Managing Director of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd and a director of Fraser and Neave Ltd. He is also a member of the Temasek Advisory Panel, the Lee Kuan Yew Exchange Fellowship and a director of the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship Fund. He was previously Chairman of the Public Utilities Board and Temasek Holdings Pte Ltd, Head of Civil Service and Permanent Secretary (Special Duties) in the Prime Minister's Office, as well as Deputy Chairman of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Mr J Y Pillay
Formerly Permanent Secretary

Chairman of the Council of Presidential Advisers (CPA). As Chairman of the CPA, Mr Pillay exercises the functions of the office of the President in the absence of the President.

Pillay formerly held the position of Chairman, Singapore Exchange Limited, since November 1999.

Formerly served in the Administrative service of the Government of Singapore and was Permanent Secretary of various key ministries, including finance, defence and national development. Best known as the man who led Singapore Airlines from a small startup with just 12 aircrafts to a global industry leader.

This is talent!

Mr Philip Yeo
Formerly Permanent Secretary for Defense

Philip Yeo

Born 1946, is the chairman of SPRING Singapore and Special Adviser for Economic Development in the Prime Minister's office. He was the former chairman of A*STAR, a government agency in Singapore focused on conducting scientific research.

Mr Teo Ming Kian
Formerly Permanent Secretary of National Research and Development
Advisor (Special Projects) to the Ministry of Finance

Chairman of Mediacorp, Director of Temasek Holdings, Member of Singapore's National Research Foundation, Member of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Director of Lee Kuan Yew Exchange Fellowship.

Mr Tjong Yik Min

Was Permanent Secretary for Communications

This guy is a known ISD agent!
So why did he flee to Malaysia???

Mr. Tjong Yik Min has been Chief Executive Officer of Yeo Hiap Seng Malaysia Bhd since June 2010. Mr. Tjong served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Yeo Hiap Seng Ltd. (YHSL) Singapore of Yeo Hiap Seng Malaysia Bhd since July 22, 2002. Mr. Tjong served as Group President of Singapore Press Holdings from November 1, 1995 to June 15, 2002. He served as Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Communications and also served as its Director of Internal Security Department. ... Mr. Tjong was employed in various capacities in the Singapore Civil Service. Mr. Tjong has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. He serves as Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. Mr. Tjong has been Deputy Chairman of Yeo Hiap Seng Malaysia Berhad (YHSM), a subsidiary of Yeo Hiap Seng Ltd., since January 23, 2003 and as its Non Independent & Non Executive Director since June 22, 2002. He has been an Executive Director of Yeo Hiap Seng Limited since November 1, 2005 and previously served as its Non Independent Director since July 22, 2002. He has been an Executive Director of Orchard Parade Holdings Ltd., since August 1, 2005. Mr. Tjong serves as an Executive Director of Far East Organization. He has been an Independent Director of Genting Singapore PLC (Formerly Genting International PLC) since September 22, 2005. Mr. Tjong served as Executive Director of Singapore Press Holdings from November 1, 1995 to June 15, 2002. He was awarded the distinguished Public Administration Medal (Gold) in 1988 and the Public Service Medal in 2005, for his years of valued contributions.

Mr Er Kwong Wah

Was Permanent Secretary for Education
A very busy guy - with a ton of director's fees!

Er Kwong Wah served as the Chairman and Secretary of Nesscap Energy Inc. Mr. Er served as Secretary of Asian Resource Global Strategies Inc. Mr. Er served as Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education from 1987 to 1994 and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Community Development from June 1, 1994 to December 31, 1997. Mr. Er served in the Civil Service until 1998 for 27 years. He served in various ministries such as Defence, the Public Service Commission, ... Finance, Education, and the Community Development. He was also actively involved in the Sembawang group of companies. From October 6, 1998 to April 1, 2000, he served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cathay ACEL Pte Ltd. He served as the Chairman of Asian Resource Global Strategies Inc. He serves as the Chairman of Unidux Electronics Limited and also serves as Chairman of Centre for Cleaning Technology. Mr. Er served as Executive Chairman of Sembawang Marine & Logistics Limited. from January 1, 1998 to August 15, 1998. He has been an Executive Director of East Asia School of Business Pte Ltd (renamed EASB Institute of Management Pte Ltd) since March 1, 2001. He serves as Executive Director of ITM Capital Pte Ltd. He has been an Independent Director of China Sky Chemical Fibre Co., Ltd. since August 2, 2005, Eucon Holdings Ltd., since September 8, 2006, Unidux Electronics Limited since March 27, 2001 and Cosco Corp. (Singapore) Ltd., since December 20, 2002.

Mr. Er has been an Independent Director of China Oilfield Technology Services Group Limited since August 31, 2007 and also has been its Lead Independent Director since May 1, 2010. He has been a Non-Executive Independent Director of Van der Horst Energy Limited since April 16, 2007. He has been an Independent Director of Hartawan Holdings Limited (also known as Vita Holdings Ltd.) since November 30 , 2004 and its Lead Independent Director since August 23, 2006. Mr. Er has been a Director and Lead Independent Director of China Essence Group Ltd., since November 22, 2005. He serves as a Director of National Environmental Agency.

He has been an Independent Non-executive Director of FirstLink Investments Corporation Limited. (formerly known as Singatronics Limited). since September 25, 2003. He serves as a Director of ASKnLearn Pte Ltd. He serves as a Member of Council of Advisors at The Think Environmental Co. Ltd. He served as a Director of Asian Resource Global Strategies Inc. since September 2007. He served as Independent Non-Executive Director of ASA Group Holdings Ltd. since October 28, 2008. Mr. Er served as an Executive Director of Sembawang Corporation from January 1, 1998 to October 5, 1998. He served as a Director of Temasek Management Services and Singapore Power. He served as a Director of Cathay ACEL and Thai Prime Fund Ltd. He served as Director of SembCorp Marine Ltd. since October 1997. He has been the Chairman of the Toa Payoh Central Citizens Consultative Committee since 1999 and Member of the Bishan-Toa Payoh Town Council since 2001. He served as Director of Sun East Group Ltd., from August 24, 2004 to June 15, 2010. He held a number of public sector appointments, including the Council Member of the National University of Singapore, a Board Member of both the Singapore Polytechnic and Ngee Ann Polytechnic. In recognition of his extensive achievements during his office in the public sector, Mr. Er was awarded by the Singapore Government, the Public Administration Medal (Gold) in 1990. He was honoured by the French Government for his significant contributions in the field of education with a Commandeur dans 1' Ordre des Palmes Academiques in 1991. He was also awarded the Public Service Medal (PBM) by the Singapore Government. He served as Deputy Chairman of the Singapore Sports Council.

Mr Lum Choong Wah

Unable to find any photo
Possible ISD agent?

Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs

Deputy Chairman and Executive Director of SAFE Superstore Holdings (SembCorp unit)

Mr Herman Hochstadt

Unable to find any photo
Possible ISD agent?

Former Permanent Secretary for Law

Former Chairman of ECICS Holdings (Temasek Holdings unit) 1980-1991

In 1965, Hochstadt became the Acting Director of Manpower at the Ministry of Defence. At the time, a newly-independent Singapore had to build up its military from scratch and Hochstadt helped to lay the foundation for the Singapore Armed Forces, in part by converting officers from the police force into military officers.

Appointed special envoy, by Singapore's foreign ministry, Herman Ronald Hochstadt is a former high-ranking civil servant aged 58. He is also Singapore's non-resident High-Commissioner to Tanzania and to Mauritius.

Hochstadt has also served on the boards of Thakral Corporation, Parkway Holdings, Cycle and Carriage Ltd, Acma Electrical Industries Ltd and Singapore Reinsurance Corporation. He has also been a Director of Temasek Holdings and as Chairman of Bukit Turf Club.

Mr Cheong Quee Wah

Prior photo removed
Possible ISD agent?

Mr Cheong is Deputy Chairman of SembCorp Environmental Management.

From 1977 to 1992, he served variously as Permanent Secretary at the Ministries of Defence, Home Affairs, the Environment and Law.

He was awarded the Public Administration Gold Medal by the Singapore Government in 1974. In 2001, he was conferred the Honorary Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Mr Cheong graduated with a Master of Science (Systems Engineering) from the University of Singapore in 1971. He also holds a first class honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick, Canada.

He was conferred our Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award in 1999.

Mr
Knight!
Alphonsus Tan Chok Kian (Knight of Magistral Grace)
(Great name for a butler. "Hey, Alphonsus, bring me my socks.")

Was Permanent Secretary for Finance

This guy belongs to the Soverign Order of Malta
Some kind of secret society like the Jehovah's Witnesses, Kabala
or the Singapore Reform Party.
Holy crap!

Director United Overseas Australia Ltd., Invited Member, Singapore Boy Scouts

Apparently lost the following jobs: Chairman of Keppel Communications, Director of Keppel FELS Energy and Infrastructure.

Mr Ngiam Tong Dow

Former Permanent Secretary for Finance

HDB Corp chairman, Director of Singapore Press Holdings and SLF Leisure Enterprises

Mr Goh Kim Leong

Was Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Law

Management and Chief Risk Management Officer Sembcorp Industries Ltd
(Singapore Technologies unit)

This guy is barely making it...

Mr Wong Hung Khim

Was Permanent Secretary for Community Development

Conferred the Meritorious Service Medal in 1992 by the Singapore Government

He has been an Independent Non Executive Director of Stamford Land Corp. Ltd. since September 10, 1996. Director of Medi-Flex Ltd and a lead independent director of China Zaino International Ltd.

Mr Chee Keng Soon

Former Singapore Auditor-General
& Board of Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore

Mr. Chee Keng Soon is Independent Non-Executive Director of City Developments Limited, since 29 March 1995. Mr. Chee was last re-appointed a Director on 29 April 2009 pursuant to Section 153(6) of the Companies Act, Chapter 50. He is also the Chairman of the Audit, Nominating, Remuneration and Scheme Committees of CDL.

Mr Liew Mun Leong

Was Chief Executive of SISIR

Liew Mun Leong is President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of CapitaLand Group. He joined the Board of Pidemco Land as Director on 1 January 1997. Pidemco Land merged with DBS Land to form CapitaLand in November 2000. Mr Liew continued to serve on the CapitaLand Board and was last re-elected as Director at CapitaLands Annual General Meeting on 16 April 2010. He also serves as Member of CapitaLands Investment Committee, Nominating Committee, Corporate Disclosure Committee and Finance and Budget Committee. Mr. Liew is Chairman of CapitaMalls Asia Limited (listed on the SGX-ST), CapitaLand Residential Singapore Pte Ltd, CapitaLand China Holdings Pte Ltd, CapitaLand Commercial Limited, CapitaLand Financial Limited, CapitaLand ILEC Pte. Ltd. and CapitaValue Homes Limited. Mr Liew is Deputy Chairman of The Ascott Limited as well as the Deputy Chairman of CapitaMall Trust Management Limited (the manager of CapitaMall Trust listed on the SGX-ST), CapitaCommercial Trust Management Limited (the manager of CapitaCommercial Trust listed on the SGXST), CapitaRetail China Trust Management Limited (the manager of CapitaRetail China Trust listed on the SGX-ST) and Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited (the manager of Ascott Residence Trust listed on the SGX-ST). He is also a Director of CapitaLand Hope Foundation, the CapitaLand Groups philanthropic arm. Mr. Liew is presently Chairman of Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd.

Mr Stephen Yeo Siew Chye

Formerly Chief Executive of National Computer Board

Lost job at Singapore Computer Systems (Singapore Technologies unit) and thrown off the board of Pacific Internet. This guy is going down the tubes - fast!

Mr Lim Jit Poh

Formerly Chief Executive of National Productivity Board

Mr. Lim Jit Poh is Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited since 2003. He is is an independent Director of the Company. Mr Lim is the Chairman of both the Remuneration Committee and the Investment Committee, and a member of the Nominating Committee. Mr Lim is also the Chairman of SBS Transit Ltd, VICOM Ltd, Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited, China Printing & Dyeing Holding Limited and Eng Kong Holdings Limited, as well as the Lead Independent Director of Kim Eng Holdings Limited. These are listed companies with business interests in stock broking, property trust, hospitality and manufacturing. Mr Lim is also a Director of several non-listed companies under the ownerships of the Singapore Labour Foundation and Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited.

Mr Alan Choe

Formerly General Manager of Urban Redevelopment Authority

Mr. Choe is a very competent and bright fellow and we mean this sincerely.

Mr Choe was chairman of the Sentosa Development Corporation from 1985 to 2001, and chairman of land sales body Sentosa Cove Pte Ltd from 1995 to 2004. A town planner by profession, he was a strong advocate of the great idea of permanent residents on the island. Without residents, the island would stay an enclave dependent on tourism, falling back on government subsidy when visitors were scarce.

Mr. Alan Choe is Independent Non-Executive Director of Pan Pacific Hotels Group Ltd. An architect and town planner by profession, Mr Choe was appointed to the Board since 2 May 1990 and was last re-appointed as Director at PPHGs Annual General Meeting on 28 April 2009. An independent and non-executive Director, he chairs the Nominating Committee and is a Member of the Executive, Audit and Remuneration Committees. He is also a Director of UOL. Mr Choe was the first General Manager of the Urban Redevelopment Authority and a Senior Partner of one of the architectural practices in Singapore. He was the Chairman of Sentosa Development Corporation, Sentosa Cove Pte Ltd, Pasir Ris Resort Pte Ltd, a Trustee of NTUC Income and Member of the Singapore Tourism Board. He was previously a Director of Keppel Land Limited and Frasers Centrepoint Limited.

Mr Khoo Teng Chye

Chief Executive of Urban Redevelopment Authority

Khoo Teng Chye is the Chief Executive and a Board Member of PUB, Singapores national water agency, since December 2003. He is concurrently Executive Director of the Environment and Water Industry Development Council (EWIDC) since May 2006. He is also concurrently a Director of Singapore Utilities International, International Desalination Association Board, International Water Association, and the Civil Service College Board.

Ambassador (to the Pope) Barry Desker
( 00;-)

Was Singapore's Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York from 1982 to 1984 and was the Ambassador to Indonesia from 1986 to 1993.

The Government has appointed Mr Barry Desker
as Singapore's next Ambassador to the Holy See.

He will remain a resident in Singapore and not live in the Vatican with the Pope.

Ambassador Barry Desker

In representing Singapore to His Holiness, the Pope, Barry can explain that his last name is Desker, as in Desker Road, where Singapore's prostitutes hang out.

Ambassador Desker was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Gold) in 1992.

Mr Desker is currently the Dean of the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, and concurrently the Director of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies. He was the Chief Executive Officer of the Trade Development Board from 1994 to 2000.

Mr Lim Hock San

Formerly Director-General of Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore

He is a recipient of the Singapore Government Meritorious Service Medal, Public Administration Medal (Gold) and the Public Service Medal.

Lim Hock San has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of United Industrial Corporation Limited and Singapore Land Limited since 1992. He serves as Non-Executive Chairman at Gallant Venture Ltd. He serves as Chairman of the Board on the boards of the Advance Materials Technologies Pte Ltd. and Ascendas Pte Ltd. Mr. Lim has been Vice-Chairman of Indofood Agri Resources Ltd. since May 2010. He serves as Deputy Chairman of Keppel Corp. Ltd. He has been Independent Director of Keppel Corp. Ltd. since 1989. He has been a Director of Singapore Land Ltd. and United Industrial Corporation Limited since April 1, 1992. He has been a Director of Indofood Agri Resources Ltd since March 23, 2007 and Hsu Fu Chi International Limited since October 25, 2006. He serves as Director of Aquamarina Hotel Private Limited, Ascendas Pte Ltd., Avondale Properties Ltd., Beijing Landmark Towers Company Ltd., Brendale Pte Ltd., Crown Million Enterprises Ltd., Gallant Venture Ltd., Hanon Resources Ltd., Hotel Marina City Private Limited, Kogan Investments Ltd., Marina Bay Hotel Private Limited, Marina Centre Holdings Private Limited, Marina Management Services Pte Ltd., Novena Square Development Ltd., Novena Square Investments Ltd., Realty Management Services (Pte) Ltd., Singapore Institute Of Directors, Singapore-Suzhou Township Development Pte Ltd., Singland China Holdings Pte Ltd., UIC China Realty Pte Ltd., UIC JinTravel (Tianjin) Co Ltd., UIC Technologies Pte Ltd., UIC Investments (Properties) Pte Ltd., Union Charm Development Ltd. and United Regency Pte Ltd. Mr. Lim serves as a Director of Keppel Land Ltd. He serves as director of the National Council on Problem Gambling.

Mr Liu Thai Ker

Was Chief Executive of Urban Redevelopment Authority

Has been a Director of RSP Architects Planners & Engineers Pte Ltd since 1992. He is the Founding Chairman of Centre for Liveable Cities since 2008. He is also Adjunct Professor of National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University and Xiamen University, China.

Mr Bertie Cheng

Controller and Chief Executive of Post Office and Savings Bank (POSB)

Currently, he is the Chairman of TeleChoice International Limited and Tee International Limited. He is also a Director of Hong Leong Finance Limited, Pacific Andes (Holdings) Limited, Thomson Medical Centre Limited and CFM Holdings Limited.

Mr Michael Yap

Was Chief Executive of National Computer Board (NCB)
This guy not only was a computer guy, he looked like a computer guy

Formerly Chief Executive of Commerce Exchange (IDA and Venture TDF unit) and Director of NTUC Link

Mr Lee Yong Siang

Was Chief Executive of Public Utilities Board

Lee Yong Siang was appointed to the Board of Asia Pacific Breweries in 1995. He serves as Chairman of the Audit Committee and the Remuneration Committee of the Company. He also sits on the Board of AGF Asset Management Asia Limited.

Dr Judy Lim

Unable to find any photo
Possible ISD agent?

Chief Executive of Tan Tock Seng Hospital and National University Hospital

Director of Pacific Internet (Singapore Technologies unit) recently retired from this position.

Mr Goh Yong Hong

Former Commissioner of Police
(really great to have him involved with the gambling at the Singapore Turf Club)

Prior photo removed
Possible ISD agent?

Goh Yong Hong joined the Board of Asia Pacific Breweries in 1993. He serves in the Audit and Remuneration Committees of the Company. Presently, he also sits as an independent Director in listed SC Global Ltd, Guocoland Ltd and Dragon Land Ltd. He was also Commissioner of Police from 1979 to 1992, and Executive Deputy Chairman of Singapore Turf Club until 2002. He was also Vice President of the Singapore National Olympic Council and Singapore Sports Council. He is currently Chairman of Seletar Country Club and Chairman of the Advisory Committee of Raffles Town Club Pte Ltd.

Goh Yong Hong joined the Board of Asia Pacific Breweries in 1993. He serves in the Audit and Remuneration Committees of the Company. Presently, he also sits as an independent Director in listed SC Global Ltd, Guocoland Ltd and Dragon Land Ltd. He was also Commissioner of Police from 1979 to 1992, and Executive Deputy Chairman of Singapore Turf Club until 2002. He was also Vice President of the Singapore National Olympic Council and Singapore Sports Council. He is currently Chairman of Seletar Country Club and Chairman of the Advisory Committee of Raffles Town Club Pte Ltd.

Ms Low Sin Leng
Formerly Deputy Secretary for Trade and Industry

A multi-tasking genius, or just a well-connected stooge? Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of SembCorp Industries, President and Director of Singapore Technologies Industrial Corporation, Director of Pacific Internet, Pacfusion.com, Singapore Computer Systems, STIC Investments, Singapore Mint, SembCorp SITA, Singapore-Suzhou Township Development, Sembawang Corporation, Sembawang Industrial, Bintan Resort Ferries, Bintan Lagoon Resort, Chairman of SembCorp Parks Holdings, SembCorp Energy, Singapore-Wuxi Investment Holdings and SembCorp Parks Management, and Deputy Chairman of SembCorp Utilities.

Mr Lim Ming Seong

Was Deputy Secretary in the Singapore Ministry of Defense from 1979 to 1986.

Non-Executive Chairman, Chairman of Compensation Committee and Chairman of Nominating Committee, CSE Global Ltd. Chairman and Independent Director of First Resources Limited. He serves as Chairman of Stetsys Pte Ltd (ST) and The WhiteRock Group in Singapore. He serves as Director of STATS ChipPAC Inc. He has been a Director of Tuas Power Ltd. since June 2005. He has been Non-Executive Director of CSE Global Ltd. since January 17, 1997. He has been Non Executive Director of Starhub Ltd., since December 14, 2000. He serves as Independent Director of Singapore Technologies Telemedia Pte. Ltd.

Lim Chuan Poh

Formerly Deputy Secretary for Communications

Has been the Chief Executive Officer of International Operations at SingTel Optus Pty Ltd. since October 2006. Mr. Lim serves as the Chairman of Bridge Alliance. He serves as Director of Singtel Pakistan Investments Ltd., Bharti Telecom Limited and SingTel Alpha Investments Pte. Ltd.

Mr Lai Seck Khui

No photo as most people with Times Publishing are ISD agents

Was Deputy Secretary for Trade and Industry

President of Times Publishing Limited ('TPL'), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fraser and Neave Ltd.

Ms Leong Wai Leng

Former Deputy Chief Executive of SISIR

Chief Financial Officer of Temasek

Prior to this, she was Deputy CEO of Raffles Holdings and concurrently CEO of Raffles International.

Leong Wai Leng has been Senior Vice President of Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Ltd. since December 2007. Ms. Leong worked for Philips Electronics China Group, where she served as Country Treasurer and Group Financial Controller for Philips China. She served as Head of the Corporate and Institutional Bank at HSBC Bank (China) Co. She has a total of 12 years of banking experience with major international banks and 7 years of corporate experience. She has been Chairman of OCBC Bank (China) since December 3, 2007. Ms. Leong is responsibile for directing and executing OCBC Bank's growth strategy in China. She serves as Director of OCBC Bank (China) Ltd.

Mr Lim Ho Kee

Was Deputy Managing Director of Monetary Authority of Singapore

Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Singapore Post Ltd. Chairman of the Executive Committee and also a member of the Compensation and Nominations Committees. Mr Lim is currently a Director of Jardine Cycle & Carriage Limited, MCL Land Limited, Keppel Land Limited, Transcu Limited and Postea, Inc.

Dr Teh Kok Peng

Formerly Deputy Managing Director of Monetary Authority of Singapore

President and Director of GIC Special Investments, Director of Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Pte Ltd., Member of the Governing Board of Indian School of Business, and Trustee of National University of Singapore.

Mr Koh Beng Seng

Former Deputy Managing Director of Monetary Authority of Singapore

Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman of Audit Committee, Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd., Chief Executive Officer of Octagon Advisors Pte Ltd.

Mr Michael Khor Teik Hean

No photo - Dead? ISD?

Was Deputy Chief Executive of Public Utilities Board

Was reported to be Director of SembCorp Energy and SembCorp Utilities, but we can't find him anywhere. Gone? ISD? Who knows?

Lieutenant-Colonel Tan Kian Chew

Former Principal Private Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister

Chairman of NTUC Foodfare Co-operative Ltd since 2006. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of NTUC FairPrice, a role he has held since 1997. This guy is doing OK - we think...

Mr Phua Tin How

Held the High Office of
Principal Private Secretary to the President of Singapore

Mr. Phua is still doing Ok as he serves as Chairman of DelGro Engineering Pte Ltd., CityLimo Rent-A-Car Pte Ltd., CityLimo Leasing Pte Ltd., SLF International Private Ltd., and Vice-Chairman of Network China, International Enterprise Singapore. He has been a Non-Executive Director of LC Development Ltd., since November 1999 and has also been its Lead Independent Director since February 12, 2009. He has been an Independent Director of YHI International Limited since May 22, 2003 and Rotol Singapore Ltd. since February 2008. He serves as a Director of Singapore-Suzhou Township Development Pte Ltd., SLF International Pte Ltd. and Network China, International Enterprise Singapore. Mr. Phua serves as a Director of DelGro Corp. Ltd. Mr. Phua serves as Director of Transit Link Pte Ltd., CityCab Pte Ltd., Computer Cab PLC, Metroline PLC and DelGro Investments Pte Ltd., Qi Sheng Pte Ltd., Shanghai QiAi Driver's Training Co Ltd., TranSil Corporation Pte Ltd. and Hao Hua Holdings Pte Ltd.

Mr Seah Kian Peng

Was Acting Principal Private Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister

Member of Parliament. Chief Executive Officer (Singapore), NTUC Fairprice Co-operative LtdChief Executive of NTUC Media Cooperative, and Director of Singapore Telecom

Mr Peter Tay Buan Huat

Former Director of Manpower in the Singapore Ministry of Defence

Serves as Independent Non-Executive Director of CapitaMalls Malaysia REIT Management Sdn. Bhd., the Manager of Capitamalls Malaysia Trust. He joined the Board on June 10, 2010. Mr. Tay is currently a Corporate Advisor, engaging in business development and coaching budding business leaders. He serves on the boards of companies involved in food and education.

Mr Ng Kok Song

Group Chief Investment Officer of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation. Founding chairman of the Wealth Management Institute. Member of the Senior Advisory Council of the International Capital Markets Association (ICMA), and adviser to Agency France Tresor.

Ms Audrey Lee

Was Director (Infocomm Policy) & Director (Competition & Market Access)
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore

Just another pretty face???

Director (Economic Affairs) Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Ms Chua Soh Khen

Was Director of Institute of Productivity Training, Productivity and Standards Board

She was Senior Vice President and Director of PSB Academy (PSB unit), and then disappeared. Her photograph is no longer available on the Internet. Persona non grata?

Ms Poh Mui Hoon

Was General Manager of National Computer Board

Then she was apparently thrown out of NETS, Singapore's nationwide electronic payment system. Unemployed? Living on the void deck?

Mr Teng Cheong Kwee

Deputy Director of Monetary Authority of Singapore

Independent director of First Resources Ltd. Mr. Teng Cheong-Kwee is a Non Executive Director at Pheim Asset Management (Asia) Pte Ltd. He joined the firm as a Director in December 2000, and was appointed an Executive Director in February 2002. Mr. Teng was reappointed as a Non-Executive Director in January 2005. He has been an Independent Director of Sinomem Technology Ltd. since May 14, 2003, STATS ChipPAC Ltd., since October 1, 2006, AEI Corp. Ltd., since December 26, 2003, Memtech International Ltd., since June 6, 2004, First Resources Ltd., since October 1, 2007, Junma Tyre Cord Co., Ltd., since September 18, 2004, and Techcomp Holdings Ltd., since May 28, 2004.

Ms Cheo Hock Kuan
Formerly Deputy Director of Prime Minister's Office

Now tell me - does this lady look like you could trust her? Does she look like she has any brains at all?

Still, somehow, Ms. Hock Kuan Cheo is the Senior Managing Director of Organization and Leadership at Temasek Holdings (Pte) Ltd. She is also a Director of Fullerton Financial Holdings Pte. Ltd.

Mrs Christina Lim

Was Senior Assistant Director of Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Christina joined HSA in Jan 2007. She is Administrator of the Health Product Regulatory Group (HPRG) at the Health Sciences Authority (HSA), and also Senior Advisor for International Collaboration.

Hmmm. Doesn't sound like much of anything.

Ms Chua Lee Hoong

Assistant Director of Ministry of Home Affairs

Senior Political Correspondent of Straits Times (SPH unit) and apologist for Singapore's Government

Chua Lee Hoong

This photo has been reconstructed as Ms Chua, an ex officer of Singapore's secret police (ISD) keeps a very low profile -- at least personally.

Formerly Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
then Chief Investment Officer of The Ascott Group (CapitaLand unit)

President at Pacific Star Asia Pte Ltd and doing very well, which is difficult for a Eurasean in Chinese-centric Singapore.

Mr Benett Theseira

Mr Wong Toon King

Was Senior Planner of National Computer Board

Then he created his own start-up, SilkRoute Holdings, a holding company that invests in, develops and operates Internet businesses. Has made a lot of money. Beaucoup bucks! Makes plenty of kiasu Singaporeans jealous!

Mr Ang Swee Tian

Formerly Deputy Insurance Commissioner of Monetary Authority of Singapore

Mr. Tian serves as Chairman of Singapore Mercantile Exchange, a subsidiary of Financial Technologies (India).

Mr Khor Poh Hwa

Director of Public Works Department

Chief Executive Officer and President of CPG Corporation Pte Ltd., a subsidiary of Downer Edi Ltd. Mr. Khor serves as a Regional Director of Asia for Downer EDI Ltd. Director Keppel Land China Limited. Director, Member of Nominating Committee, Member of Board Safety Committee and Member of Board Risk Committee Keppel Land Ltd. Non-Executive Director Evergro Properties Limited. Chairman of Keppel Infrastructure Fund Management Pte Ltd and Member of Nominating Committee. President and Chief Executive Officer of PWD Corporation Pte Ltd.

Mr Ng Pock Too

Was Director of Economic Development Board
Member of Parliament
(voted out of office)

Ng Pock Too was the PAP incumbent at Nee Soon Central. He lost out to Cheo Chai Chen, and no longer contested in subsequent elections. Apparently he was given the post of Chairman of NTUC Income Insurance Cooperative, but didn't last there either.

Probably living on the void deck and working as a Karung guni man - a modern form of rag and bone men visiting residences door-to-door with carts collecting old newspapers and other unwanted items. These will be resold at specialized markets and eventually recycled or reused.

"Karung guni" is a Malay phrase for gunny sack, which was used in the past to hold the newspapers.

The karung guni men would haul the heavy sacks on their backs as they walked their rounds to do the collection. Today, most of them use a hand truck instead.

We hope Ng Pock Too can afford a hand truck, even if he doesn't deserve one.

Mr Kwa Kim Chiong

Was Division Head of Defence Science Organisation

Chief Executive Officer of JustLogin.com (Singapore Technologies unit). A relative?

Mr Lee Kwok Cheong

Was Division Head of National Computer Board

CEO Singapore Institute of Management (SIM). In 2011, SIM University (UniSIM) won the Platinum Award in the Private Higher Institution category at the Readers Digest Trusted Brands 2011 Awards. Reader's Digest? Education? Sounds like these guys are just chasing a buck (or a Sing Dollar).

Mr Anthony Seah

Former Division Head of Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research (SISIR) now part of Singapore Productivity and Standards Board (PSB)

Chief Executive Officer and Director of United Premas Limited (CapitaLand unit)

Mr Ng Yoke Weng

Division Head of Systems and Computer Organisation

Group Chief Information Officer of Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. since 2003 and SingTel Optus Pty Ltd. since May 1997., Director of FailSafe Corporation (SingTel unit & Data Centet Recovery Centre)

Failsafe operated two facilities in Singapore - a 43,000 sq ft facility in Science Park II and a 382,000 sq ft plant in Kim Chuan Road. FailSafe CEO Michael Deeb had the vision of not just a computer backup facility, but a cloud computing site.

Michael DeebUnfortunately, SingTel did not have the vision and divested itself of FailSafe. Michael Deeb moved on to become CEO of audio-visual equipment distributor Behringer.

Mr Saw Ken Wye

Assistant Chief Executive of National Computer Board

VP at Microsoft (doing great)

Dr Steve Lai

Before was General Manager of Productivity and Standards Board

Deputy Chief Executive of PSB Corporation, Chief Executive Officer, PSB Academy.

Mr Lee Kheng Nam

Ex-Deputy Director of Ministry of National Development

Former President of Vertex Venture Holdings (Singapore Technologies unit) and Director of Silicon Illusions (Singapore Technologies unit), now Director of Creative Technology and United Test Assembly

Mr Lee Cheok Yew

Deputy Director of Ministry of Trade and Industry

Chief Executive of SPH MediaWorks - resigned his post on April 1, 2003 - then, Executive Vice-President at MTV Networks Asia - and now has sunk to the lowly position of President Marketing Institute of Singapore

Mr Patrick Daniel

Assistant Director of Ministry of Home Affairs

Editor-in-chief of the English and Malay Newspaper Division of Singapore Press Holdings and chairman of three SPH subsidiaries and is president of the Singapore Press Club.

Mr Seah Moon Ming

Former Assistant Director of Defence Materials Organisation

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, President - Defence Business of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd and Chairman of ST LogiTrack and Payment (Singapore Technologies unit), Chairman of the Board of Governors of Temasek Polytechnic, Vice Chairman of Trek 2000 International Ltd, and Director of DSO National Laboratories, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, International Enterprise Singapore and Alexandra Health Pte Ltd.

People in the junk yard & hardly worth mentioning

Henry Heng Was General Manager of Productivity and Standards Board, then Chief Executive of PSB Corporation
Mr Han Wee Kwang Was Chief Quantity Surveyor of Public Works Department and then Vice President (Quantity Surveying) of PWD Consultants
Mr Quek Keng Ngak Regional Director of Economic Development Board so he was totally unprepared to become Group General Manager of Pacific Internet, Director of AIH and Information Frontiers (SembCorp unit)
Mr Chua Tiow Chye Was Senior General Manger of JTC Corporation, then Executive Vice President of Ascendas, Managing Director of Vision Century Corporation, Director of Singapore Suzhou Industrial Holdings, RBF Development Corporation, Information Technology Park
Dr Chia Boon Tat Was CEO of Keppel
Mr Liu Shih Shin Former Director of Singapore Food Industries
Wong Lin Hong Managing Director of Temasek Capital - now a consultant (another term for unemployed?) http://www.lhwong.per.sg/
Billy Lee (a bad-boy name) Not to be confused with the Ang Moh actor of the same name - this Billy was Division Head of Economic Development Board
Mr Lim Hung Siang Held lowly post of Higher Executive Engineer in the Anti-Pollution Unit of the Prime Minister's Office, then Chief Executive of CityCab
Mr Lau Yin Cheng Former Assistant Divisional Director of Ministry of Labour, now Group Director (Corporate Development) & Director (Human Resource Policy & Management) The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA)
Mr Peter Chia Held minor post of Department Head of Post Office Savings Bank. Now Chief Operating Officer at Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, whatever that is all about.

Current senior government officials:

Escape from Paradise, available at -
Cheapest for Singapore-Free Shipping
Government Official Present Government Post Present GLC Post or other activity
Professor Bernard Tan

Former Dean of Students, National University of Singapore

Professor Department of Physics National University of Singapore, President-Elect of the Association for Information Systems, Member, Board of Directors, CSA Holdings Ltd, Chairman, Keppel Group Cooperative Credit Union Ltd.,Chairman, Keppel Hitachi Zosen Ltd., Member, National Arts Council. Professor Tan has a most interesting website at http://www.physics.nus.edu.sg/~phytanb/

Received his Ph.D in Physics from Oxford University. He is also an accomplished musician and has composed a few symphonies and was at one time the acting head of the department of Music at NUS.

Prof Tommy Koh


Oh, we just love your hair, Tommy!

Ambassador-At-Large at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Director, Institute of Policy Studies and Chairman of the National Heritage Board. He is also Chairman of the Chinese Heritage Centre.

Lieutenant-Colonel Lim Hng Kiang Minister for Health and 2nd Minister for Finance Director of GIC and GIC Real Estate
Mr Matthias Yao Senior Minister of State in Prime Ministerrs Office Deputy Chairman of NTUC Income Insurance Cooperative
Mr Hawazi Daipi Parliamentary Secretary for Education Director of PSA Corporation
Mr Lim Siong Guan Head of Civil Service, and Permanent Secretary for Finance and Prime Ministerrs Office Deputy Chairman of Temasek Holdings
Mr Eddie Teo Permanent Secretary for Prime Ministerrs Office Director of ST Engineering and Chairman of ST Kinetics
Mr Tan Guong Ching Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Chairman of ST Telemedia and ST Marine, and Director of ST Engineering
Mr Heng Swee Keat Permanent Secretary for Trade and Industry Director of Singapore Food Industries (SembCorp unit)
Brigadier-General Tan Chin Tiong Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Director of ECICS Holdings (Temasek Holdings unit)
Mr Liew Heng San Permanent Secretary for Law Director of Raffles City, Raffles City Hotel (CapitaLand unit) and NTUC Income
Mr Lam Chuan Leong Permanent Secretary for National Development Director of SembCorp Industries
Mr Moses Lee Permanent Secretary for Health Director of DBS Group and Singapore Airlines
Mr Alan Chan Heng Loon Permanent Secretary for Transport Director of DBS Group and PSA Corporation
Mr Peter Ong 2nd Permanent Secretary for Defence Director of Singapore Technologies and ST Engineering, and former Executive Vice President of Temasek Holdings
Mr Ko Kheng Hwa Managing Director of Economic Development Board Chairman of Pacific Internet, Deputy Chairman of JTC International, and Director of Singapore Leisure Industries and JTC Corporation
Lieutenant-Colonel Boon Swan Foo Managing Director of Agency for Science, Technology and Research (formerly National Science and Technology Board) Director of NTUC Income Insurance Cooperative, and Advisor to CEO of ST Engineering
Brigadier-General Tan Yong Soon Chief Executive of Urban Redevelopment Authority Director of SMRT Corporation and SilkAir
Mr Tan Gee Paw Chairman and Chief Executive of Public Utilities Board Director of Sembawang Construction
Prof Su Guaning Chief Executive of Defence Science and Technology Agency Director of Singapore Technologies Holdings and Singapore Cable Vision (MediaCorp, Singapore Technologies, and SPH unit)
Lieutenant-Colonel Chong Lit Cheong Chief Executive of JTC Corporation Director of Singapore Science Park, Venture TDF, Singapore Leisure Industries, Jurong Port, Ascendas, Abecha and JTC Consultancy Services
Dr Ngiam Tong Tau Chief Executive of Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority Deputy Chairman of Singapore Food Industries, and Director of NTUC Fairprice Cooperative
Mr Tan Kee Yong Chief Executive of Singapore Land Authority Director of SAFE Enterprises and SNP Corporation (Singapore Technologies unit)
Dr Cham Tao Soon President of Nanyang Technological University Chairman of NatSteel, Director of Keppel Corporation
Dr Jennifer Lee Chief Executive of KK Women's and Children's Hospital Director of PSA Corporation
Mr Tan Tee How Chief Executive of National Healthcare Group Director of SembCorp Logistics and Chairman of Power Seraya
Ms Nancy Teo Chief Executive of Singapore Labour Foundation Director of Comfort Group, Pasir Ris Resort, SLF Leisure Enterprises, SLF Management Services, SLF Properties, SLF Investments, and VICOM
Mr John de Payva President of NTUC Director of SBS Transit
Brigadier-General Lam Joon Khoi Deputy Secretary for Finance Director of ST Aerospace and SembCorp Engineering
Dr Tan Kim Siew Deputy Secretary for Finance Director of Keppel FELS Energy and Infrastructure
Rear Admiral Richard Lim Deputy Secretary for Defence Director of Singapore Technologies Holdings
Mr Lee Chiong Giam Deputy Secretary for Foreign Affairs Director of NTUC Radio Heart
Mr Jaspal Singh Deputy Secretary for Transport Director of Singapore Telecom
Mr Gong Wee Lik Deputy Managing Director of Economic Development Board Director of SembCorp Utilities
Ms Chong Siak Ching Deputy Chief Executive of JTC Corporation President and Chief Executive of Ascendas (JTC unit), Deputy Chairman of Vision Century Corporation (Ascendas unit)
Mr Liow Voon Kheong Assistant Managing Director of Economic Development Board and General Manager of EDB Investments and EDB Ventures Director of ST Assembly and Testing Services and Chartered Semiconductor
Dr Kaizad Heerjee Assistant Chief Executive of InfoComm Development Authority Director of Commerce Exchange (IDA and Venture TDF unit)
Mr Goh Oon Tong Senior Director of Trade Development Board Director of Ascendas (JTC unit)
Mr Benny Lim Director of Internal Security Department Director of SembCorp Utilities
Dr Loh Wah Sing Divisional Director of Productivity and Standards Board Director of Novo Environment Technology Services (PSB unit)
Lieutenant-Colonel Goh Kok Huat Executive Director of JTC Corporation Chief Executive of Ascendas Land Singapore and Executive Vice President of Ascendas (formerly Arcasia Land and JTC International)
Brigadier-General Jimmy Khoo Director of Ministry of Defence and Defence Science and Technology Agency Director of Singapore Technologies Aerospace Engineering
Colonel (Prof) Lui Pao Chuen Chief Defence Scientist of Ministry of Defence Chairman of Singapore Technologies Dynamics, JTC Consultancy Services and Director of ST Engineering
Lieutenant-General Lim Chuan Poh Chief of Defence Force Director of Singapore Telecom and ST Engineering
Brigadier-General Rocky Lim Kim Choon Chief of Air Force Director of Singapore Aerospace Manufacturing (Singapore Technologies unit)
Major-General Ng Yat Chung Chief of Army Director of PSA Corporation, ST Aerospace Supplies, and ST Kinetics
Mr Khoo Boon Hui Commissioner of Police Director of Ascendas
Prof Chen Charng Ning Senior Director of Nanyang Technological University Director of SembCorp Utilities
Dr Tan Tin Wee Associate Professor and Centre Director of National University of Singapore Director of Keppel TandT
Dr Phua Kai Hong Associate Professor of National University of Singapore Director of NTUC Healthcare Cooperative
Mr Lai Yeow Hin Chief Information Officer and Deputy Director of Economic Development Board Director of ST Assembly Testing Services
Mr Tay Kim Poh Chief Estate Administration and Property Officer of Housing and Development Board Director of NTUC Fairprice Cooperative
Dr Lee Seng Teik Consultant Neurosurgeon of Singapore General Hospital Director of NTUC Healthcare Cooperative
Mr Charles Chong Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC Senior Executive of Singapore Airlines
Mr Chay Wai Chuen Tanjong Pagar GRC General Manager of NTUC Fairprice Cooperative, Director of NTUC Choice Homes Cooperative and NTUC Radio Heart
Mr Gan Kim Yong Holland-Bukit Panjang GRC Executive Vice President of NatSteel, Chief Executive of NatSteel Properties and NatSteel Resorts
Mdm Halimah Yacob Jurong GRC Director of NTUC Thrift and Loan Cooperative and NTUC Healthcare Cooperative
Ms Irene Ng Tampines GRC Senior Manager of Singapore Press Holdings
Mr K Shanmugam Sembawang GRC Director of SembCorp Industries
Mr Loh Meng See Jalan Besar GRC Senior Vice President of Singapore Airlines
Dr Michael Lim Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC Deputy Chairman of NTUC Childcare Cooperative
Mr Ong Ah Heng Nee Soon Central Director of Comfort Group and Singapore Post (SingTel unit)
Mr Sinnakaruppan s/o C Ramasamy Kreta Ayer-Tanglin GRC Director of SLF Leisure Enterprises and Family Leisure and former
Mr Wee Siew Kim Ang Mo Kio GRC President of ST Engineering
Dr Wang Kai Yuen Bukit Timah Director of Comfort Group, Comfort Transportation, Comfort Automotive Services
Mrs Yu-Foo Yee Shoon Jurong GRC Deputy Chairman of NTUC Income Insurance Cooperative
Former Members of Parliament:
J.B. Jeyaretnam

Former Opposition Party Member of Parliament

J. B. Jeyaretnam should be best remembered for aiding and abetting Singapore citizen and U.S.-convicted terrorist, Baldev (aka Balraj) Naidu by helping him change his name to elude the law.

J. B. Jeyaretnam (deceased 30 September 2008) was a politician and lawyer from Singapore. He was the leader of the Workers' Party from 1971 to 2001. In 1981, he became the first opposition politician since Singapore's independence in 1965 to win a seat in Parliament, in the constituency of Anson. He was re-elected at the 1984 general election, but lost his seat in Parliament in 1986 following a conviction for falsely accounting the party's funds. He returned to Parliament after the 1997 general election as a Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP). However he was stripped of his NCMP seat in 2001 when he was declared bankrupt.

J. B. Jeyaretnam founded Singapore's Reform Party in June 2008. Other founders of the Reform Party include J. B. Jeyaretnam's son, Kenneth, and Balraj (aka Balldev) Naidu, a terrorist who served a prison sentence in the United States. J. B. Jeyaretnam was instrumental in assisting Naidu legally to change his name.

Kenneth Jeyaretnam is co-founder of the Reform Party with convicted terrorist Balraj (aka Baldev) Naidu. Naidu was extradited to the USA, where he served a term in in prison.

Kenneth Jeyaretnam's friend and associate, Singaporean Balraj Naidu, 51, who spent years in a U.S. prison after trying to funnel arms to a Sri Lankan terrorist group has been deported. In 2010, Naidu was convicted in Baltimore of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization and sentenced to nearly five years in prison. Prosecutors say Naidu tried to buy US$900,000 in weapons from an undercover business in Maryland. Later, they paid US$250,000.

As a result of the trip, Tamil Tiger representatives wire transferred US$250,000 into the undercover business’ accounts as a down payment on a US$900,000 weapons deal. About 28 tons of weapons and ammunition, which the conspirators believed they were purchasing, was airlifted to the US territory of Guam.

On September 29, 2006, after inspecting the weapons and transferring an additional US$450,000 into the undercover business’ accounts, At the time, co-conspirator, Haniffa Bin Osman, visited Baltimore in the summer of 2006, where he examined and test-fired much of the weaponry. Naidu’s four co-conspirators were arrested and indicted.

A total of US$700,000 were paid by Naidu and his co-conspirators for the weapons and ammunition.

Where did these terrorists raise US$700,000? Who financed them?

Naidu, a friend of J. B, Jeyaretnam, father of Kenneth and Philip Jeyaretnam, was deported and arrived in Singapore on Wednesday, December 18, 2013.

Considered to be extremely dangerous, he was accompanied on his flight by heavily armed officers of the U.S. Customs Enforcement and Removal Field Office.

“As a convicted felon, Naidu is prohibited from re-entering the United States,” U.S. Customs Enforcement and Removal Field Office director Simona L. Flores, said in a statement.

Kenneth Jeyaretnam drunk at his final campaign rally.

Also, Kenneth Jeyaretnam really screwed up at his final campaign rally. The Reform Party met with an embarrassing end last when Mr Jeyaretnam recited three sentences of the Singapore Pledge wrongly. Then he began to babble incoherently. Confused faces were seen in the crowd and the master of ceremonies quickly took over and said: 'Shall we say that again?' All Jeyaretnam could do was stare in space and continue to babble. Link to a short video of Jeyaretnam's campaign rally speaking incoherently - drunk???.

Below for all you JB Jeyaretnam lovers is the truth about this grubby old failure.

A thorough research into the Reform Party's development since its birth on 11/7/2008 will reveal his [Naidu's] contrasting relationships with the Jeyaretnams, first the late J. B. Jeyaretnam and later Kenneth Jeyaretnam that would be of interest to readers here. He was a 'still water runs deep' kind of a fellow that had a chilling twist about it.

Soon after the Reform Party become a registered political society, he applied for a Deed Poll with J. B. Jeyaretnam to get his first name 'Balraj' changed to 'Balldev' without being able to offer a compelling reason. He was a client of J. B. Jeyaretnam in a cheating case and frequently visited the latter's office at 18A Smith Street, which later became the Reform Party's HQ. On one such visit he slipped a signed cash cheque for S$340K unnoticed in his case file and claimed later that it was inadvertently done. J. B. Jeyaretnam wondered if it was a test or an enticement. There were numerous other instances that led J. B. Jeyaretnam to suspect Balraj Naidu was up to something amiss. I understand that had J. B. Jeyaretnam not expired on 30/9/08 Balraj Naidu would have been removed from the party's Central Executive Committee.

Balraj Naidu's partnership with Kenneth Jeyaretnam was even more eventful. You may have read a letter in the Today Newspaper on 19/4/2010 from the ex-Chairman and Vice-Chairman, two co-founders of the Reform Party, its surviving leaders in the wake of J. B. Jeyaretnam's departure, refuting Kenneth Jeyaretnam's allegation in an exclusive interview that was published in the Today Newspaper on 8/4/2010 about their "poor management" before he "took over." To date, Kenneth Jeyaretnam has never responded to the points they raised, obviously fearing there would be a disastrous backlash. One of those unequivocally referred to foul play at the Reform Party's HQ on 26/4/2009 that saw Kenneth Jeyaretnam 'become' its Secretary-General. Incidentally, both of them, along with another CEC member, stepped aside instead of fighting back that would have spilled out to the public to dissolve the party prematurely.

A 'Gang of 4' spearheaded by this scoundrel Balraj Naidu executed a rowdy coup d'tat that saw Kenneth Jeyaretnam seize the post of party Secretary-General that day. The other 3 who formed the gang were Edmund Ng who was awarded the post of Chairman, despite his total absence from the RP's caucus since J. B. Jeyaretnam departed, till he resigned last week. There was also the landlord of Reform Party's HQ James Teo who broke the door-lock securing the office in the absence of a tenancy agreement with the Reform Party. For this, Kenneth Jeyaretnam gave him the Treasurer's post. The 3rd one was another misfit, co-founder of Reform Party and its initial treasurer, Ms Amy Liu who had resigned from the party 6 months earlier after failing to put the Reform Party in quandary with the law by deliberately mishandling its funds. It is interesting to note that all these 3 including Balraj Naidu were legal clients of J. B. Jeyaretnam seconded to make the numbers to form the Reform Party. It seems Balraj Naidu had revealed in the raucous of 26/4/2009 that he had sold a 'property' to finance Kenneth Jeyaretnam so he had the right to make him Secretary-General. I wonder whether this is why Kenneth Jeyaretnam publicly pleaded after Balraj Naidu's arrest that he is an innocent family man, a loyal confidant of his late father and that the whole of Reform Party would stand firmly behind him.

So, we have BALRAJ NAIDU, the common factor in two causes - killing two birds with one stone as it were - trying to defeat a sovereign Government by providing arms to its enemy, an outlawed terrorist group and partaking in the overthrow of a legally elected management team of a Registered Singaporean Political Society by unconstitutional means. He was found guilty by the Baltimore Court and has been sentenced to a 5 year prison term in the first instance. The irony is that, in the second instance, Kenneth Jeyaretnam and the Reform Party would be incriminated, not him!

Mr Chandra Das

Former Member of Parliament - Cheng San GRC

All in the family

Former PAP member, is now Chairman of Action Information Management Pte Ltd (AIM). Das is a part-owner in the S$2 corporation AIM which acquired (purchased?) software from a Town Council. Allegedly AIM's office is the same as a PAP address. Hmmm? Chandra is or was Chairman of NTUC Fairprice Cooperative and Director of The Ascott Group.

Other owners of AIM are also members of the PAP.

Mr Chew Heng Ching,

Former Member of Parliament - East Coast GRC.

Director of AIM. Mr. Chew is or was also a Director of Dragon Land (Keppel Land unit).

and

Mr. Lau Ping Sum

Former Member of Parliament

Director of AIM.

Making the news in Singapore is the revelation that three ex-PAP MPs have set up a dormant company, AIM, which, in January 2011, bought the finance and computer system developed by 14 PAP Town Councils. AIM then charged the 14 PAP Town Councils fees every month for the usage of the very computer systems the town councils developed and sold to AIM. This was brought to light by the Singapore Website-Blog Yawning Bread as a questionable insider deal.

Subsequently Yawning Bread was forced to apologize or be sued by the authorities for its "exposure" of AIM. The lawyer involved demanding the apology was the formidable Senior Counsel Dato Setia Davinder Singh who is the power behind the throne for both Singapore and Brunei (see below).

Senior Counsel Dato Setia Davinder Singh

Formerly Member of Parliament for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC

Davinder Singh, of Indian origin, has emerged as perhaps the most powerful person in Southeast Asia x certainly the most powerful man in Singapore and Brunei.

Singh's rank in Singapore is that of Senior Counsel, the equivalent of Queen's Counsel in the United Kingdom. In December 2008, Singh joined the Monetary Authority of Singapore to advise on the implications of Lehman Brothersx bankruptcy.

More importantly, Singh has recently been named Chief Advisor to Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, the absolute ruler of Brunei, who has bestowed upon Singh the elite noble title of Dato Setia.

As such, Senior Counsel Dato Setia Davinder Singh brings to Brunei his vast experience with Singapore's Internal Security Act, by which Singaporeans can be imprisoned indefinitely with no charges being brought against them.

Brunei also has an Internal Security Act, but lacks Singh's great expertise in such matters.

In Singapore, Singh is the sole personal lawyer of and advisor to Singapore's founder, Minister Mentor Lee Kwan Yew, Lee's son, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and Senior Minister, Goh Chok Tong, Singapore's former Prime Minister.

Singh's immense power, spanning Singapore and Brunei is unparalleled in Southeast Asia - or anywhere!

Thio Li-ann

Former Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) in Singapore's 11th Parliament

Law professor at the National University of Singapore. she converted from a "very, very arrogant" atheist to a Christian in 1987. She claimed to be "stopped" by a voice. "I basically had a sense that God was talking to me. I had stood up to walk out and I heard someone say, 'Stop'. And no one was around me. Everybody was busy doing their own thing. I was one of only one or two Chinese girls in this whole room of ang mohs. And then I just had the sense that I had encountered God, that he knew my name and I was shocked."

Famous for being barred from New York University due do her rabid anti-gay speech in Singapore's Parliament where Thio gave a supported the continued criminalisation of sexual activity between males, and likened gay sex to "shoving a straw up your nose to drink."

Ms Ho Geok Choo

Former Member of Parliament - West Coast GRC

Has cushy positions as Director and Company Representative, Messier Services Asia as well as Managing Director - Humanpower Advisory Pte Ltd

Mr Kenneth Chen Hong Kah GRC Director of Dragon Land (Keppel Land Unit)
Mr Chng Hee Kok East Coast GRC Chief Executive of NTUC Thrift and Loan Cooperative and NTUC Club
Dr Chau Sik Ting Thomson Director of Jurong Engineering
Mr Chin Harn Tong Aljunied Director of SBS Transit
Mr Goh Choon Kang Marine Parade GRC Division Head of Singapore Press Holdings
Dr Hong Hai Bedok Director of Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SIA unit)
Mr Lew Syn Pau Kreta Ayer-Tanglin GRC Chairman of Ascendas (JTC unit)
Mr Peh Chin Hua Jalan Besar GRC Executive Chairman and Chief Executive of Dragon Land (Keppel Land unit)

The governmentts efforts to co-opt its politicians from the private sector

The PAP has often looked to GLCs for potential candidates as MPs, parliamentary secretaries and ministers. GLCs provide a uniquely effective way for the party to assess potential candidates outside of the civil service. Without being able to own businesses in the private sector, the ruling PAP government might find it more difficult to find people whom it has worked with and whom it can trust. The following table lists a number of present PAP MPs who were selected as electoral candidates after working in a GLC:

PAP MP Present Appointment Former GLC or other Position
Dr Lee Boon Yang Minister for Manpower Senior Manager of Primary Industries Enterprise (Primary Production Department unit)
Mr David Lim Tik En Acting Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts and Senior Minister of State for Defence Chief Executive of China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development and Executive Vice President of Sembawang Corporation
Mr Yatiman Yusof Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Information, Communications, and the Arts Editor of Berita Harian and Berita Minggu (SPH unit)
Mr Mohamad Maidin Packer Mohd Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Home Affairs Assistant to Editor of Berita Harian
Mr Hawazi Daipi Parliamentary Secretary for Education Special Assistant Editor of Berita Harian (SPH unit)
Mr Seng Han Thong Assistant Secretary-General of NTUC Senior Associate Editor of Lianhe Zaobao (SPH unit)
Mrs Cynthia Lee

No photos on the web.
ISD agent?

Chief Executive of Bishan-Toa Payoh Town Council

Senior Manager in Esmaco (CapitaLand unit)

Dr Ong Seh Hong MP Vice President of GIC
Ms Penny Low MP Journalist with Singapore Broadcasting Corporation