CHINA

TWO CHINESE FT SUFFERED BURNS IN FIRE AT TUAS, IN CRITICAL CONDITION

Two foreign workers are in critical condition in hospital after they were caught in a fire at their workplace in a factory in Tuas on Saturday. One of them, a 27 year old man from Shandong suffered a 66% burn on his body, while another, a a 39 year old from Jiangsu suffered 90% burns.

Both are currently in the ICU at Singapore General Hospital. Reports stated that both are in a very critical condition, and doctors and nurses at SGH are trying their best to save the men's lives. The fire at 29 Tuas Avenue 10 started at about 4:00 pm on Saturday, and was only put out at about 5:10pm. SCDF said that the fire involved plastics and used metals.

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THREE FOREIGN WOMEN ARRESTED FOR VICE ACTIVITIES IN HDB FLAT

Police have arrested three foreign women aged between 37 and 42 for providing sexual services. It was understood that all three women are from China, and they were arrested in a raid conducted by the Police at at Jurong West Street 65 on Wednesday.

All three were on valid social visit passes, but had abused their passes by committing vice related offences. It was also believed that the vice activities were carried out at the Jurong West flat itself. The women had advertised their sexual services on various online websites, and condoms and lubricants were seized as case exhibits. One woman had just arrived in Singapore, and had not unpacked her luggage. Two large packs of condoms were found in her luggage.

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NTU CANTEEN VENDORS TOLD TO REMOVE CHINESE WORDS FROM SIGNBOARDS

Food stall vendors in the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are complaining about a new management regulation that is trying to force them to remove Chinese wordings on their signboards. According to Chinese newspapers, the food court, North Spine Food Court, is managed by Select Group.

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S'POREANS SHOULD STICK TOGETHER IN DEFIANCE OF CHINA'S BULLYING TACTICS

Singapore should not kowtow to China whenever it is unhappy about issues that Singapore puts forward in its own interests, says a prominent netizen, Andrew Loh. Instead of turning on each other every time the Asian giant rants on its news mouthpiece, The Global Times, Singaporeans should band together instead and stand behind the government when it comes to international disputes.

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JURONG WEST FLAT USED AS A DEN FOR PROSTITUTION BY 30 MEN DAILY

A unit in a Housing & Development Board estate in Jurong West Central is under suspicion for allegedly being the venue of an illegal prostitution den housing 5 women from the People's Republic of China (PRC). According to Chinese dailies, residents staying around the unit have lodged a complaint to the authorities.

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PAP MINISTER: NAIVE TO THINK CHINA WILL STOP INVESTING IN OTHER COUNTRIES IF S'PORE ALIGNS CLOSER WITH IT

Senior Minister of State Chee Hong Tat slammed critics who believe that by aligning Singapore closer with China, China would stop investing in projects in neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia which would hurt Singapore's prospects. He said these people are drawing a simplistic and flawed conclusion. He said that even if Singapore aligns itself closely with China, Beijing would continue making investments in ASEAN to enhance its connectivity and protect its energy security which are based on China's national interests.

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