FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Six members of Anonymous face hefty fines, jail and in some cases a possible caning after being arrested and charged in Singapore for defacing websites, including one linked to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and spray-painting graffiti identifying the international hacking and protest group.
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Sand and Singapore
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The politics of sand is a dirty business, and there’s plenty of it around – particularly in the tiny island-state of Singapore. Its voracious appetite for constructing mega-buildings and expanding its borders […]
Indonesia Boycotts Singapore Airshow
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The word is Indonesian officials have “skipped” the Singapore Airshow but the reality is Jakarta has initiated a boycott as tensions between the two countries are again exacerbated, this time after […]
Singapore, Emotions & 40 Shipwreck Survivors
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A few weeks back another silly international survey was produced. This one told the world that Singapore was the planet’s most emotionless society, beating 150 countries in taking the unwanted spot. It […]
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