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REMEMBER SINGAPORE: MERLIONS IN ANG MO KIO

Built in 1998 for $30,000 by the Ang Mo Kio Residential Commitee, the iconic pair has been around for 12 years. But a few years back, the merlions were almost forced to be removed from their locations as they are not authorised by the Singapore Tourism Board, who owns the copyright and all intellectual properties of Merlion.

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‘Not obliged to obtain permission’: STB on creative agency’s design

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on Wednesday said they were “not obliged to obtain permission” to use a creative agency’s design for the 2014 Singapore Art Week’s guide. The response came after Singapore-based creative agency DoodleRoom said on Monday that they were “disappointed” STB had “recycled” their design, which was submitted to STB to be used as the cover page for the art event’s guide last year.

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