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Singapore from above: photos taken with help from a drone
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What some places in Singapore look like from above

Click on thumbnail to view photos. Source: Yeo Kai Wen for The Straits Times Send to mobile app: Keywords: Drones Asiaone, 1 month ago

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Curious shapes of Singapore from the sky

Home World News Share the joy Photojournalist Yeo Kai Wen through his aerial images of the architecture in Singapore, taken from above by drone. BBC News Asia Previous article
 News EasyBranches.com1 month ago Drone's eye  BBC1 month ago

He watched porn then tried to rape woman

After watching pornographic films, Marcus Yow Kai Wen, 18, tried to rape a woman at a block of flats near where she lived. With a 15cm-long letter opener in one hand, he dragged his victim to a quiet block and told her to strip. When he ...
 Electric New Paper1 month ago Jail, caning for teen who attempted to rape woman  Today Online1 month ago
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Quah Zheng Wen first male Singapore swimmer to book spot in Olympics semis

The 19-year-old swimmer clocked a personal best of 1 min 56.01 seconds in the 200m butterfly heats. Posted 09 Aug 2016 01:20 Updated 09 Aug 2016 01:41 National swimmer Quah Zheng Wen. (Photo: Ngau Kai Yan) RIO DE JANEIRO: Swimmer Quah ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 month ago Olympics: Quah Zheng Wen books 200m butterfly semi-final spot  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago Olympics: Singapore swimmer Quah Zheng Wen eliminated from 100m backstroke  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago Schooling's most magical night  Asiaone1 month ago

Time is not on Tsai Ing-wen's side

By Joe Hung U.S. President Barack Obama held an extensive bilateral meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping last Saturday before the G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China. One topic they discussed was relations between the two sides of the Taiwan ...
 China Post3 weeks ago Tsai's first 100 days: so far so good  Taipei Times Online1 month ago Labor groups protest to preserve seven days of national holiday  Formosa Television (FTV)1 month ago
Japan Times

Lord of Imperial Surname apologizes to indigenous peoples

The China Post news staff As President Tsai Ing-wen apologized on behalf of her government to Taiwan's indigenous peoples in Taipei for historical injustices on Aug. 1, a young, politically savvy temple priest in Tainan is making Koxinga emulate ...
 China Post1 month ago Justice for Aborigines: beyond Koxinga  Taipei Times Online1 month ago Tsai first leader to officially apologize to Taiwan's indigenous people  Japan Times2 months ago Taiwan's president offers 'full apology' to aboriginal peoples  Daily Sabah2 months ago
Asia Times Online

President protects Taiwan sovereignty: ex-envoy

TAIPEI ( Taiwan News) President Tsai Ing-wen was protecting Taiwan 's sovereignty by refusing to accept the so-called 1992 Consensus, former Taiwan ese representative in Japan Koh Se-kai said Saturday. Relations between China and Taiwan have ...
 Taiwan News Online3 weeks ago Taiwan's new president sets chilly but pragmatic tone with China  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago Taiwan president apologizes to aboriginals for suffering  Macau Daily Times1 month ago Possible Sino-Vatican entente will raise a diplomatic storm over Taiwan  Asia Times Online3 weeks ago

Problems in Paradise

During the regime of Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of the Republic of China from 1928 to his death in 1975, national history in school textbooks dealt with the glories of China's past; Taiwan was merely a temporary refuge for Chiang's Chinese ...
 St Lucia Star1 month ago

Odd man out at venice

Kai Ko (left) and Wu Ke-hsi at a press event for The Road to Mandalay, which has been selected for competition in the Venice Days, an independent event on the fringes of the Venice International Film Festival. Photo: IC No Chinese language films ...
 SINA2 months ago

Chiang Kai-shek's Ah-Q and KMT

Transitional justice, pension reform, stolen state assets: These are just some of the many challenges that confront President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) in addition to the constant everyday concerns of government. If these are not enough, additional ...
 Taipei Times Online2 weeks ago
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