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EX-TRS WEBSITE OWNERS INSPIRES STORY IN JACK NEO'S CNY MOVIE, GIVE EX-CONVICTS A CHANCE!

Did you find parts of the new Jack Neo Movie Take 2 familiar? Well it might be because the film took inspiration from a real life story that happened right here in Singapore. The film Take 2 follows the story of a group of ex-convicts as they try to leave their criminal pasts behind them and decide to sell Japanese Ramen in a coffee shop to get by and start a new life. The fun and comedy aside, some parts of the film are based on the story of the TRS Couple. Miss Ai Takagi and Mr Yang Kaiheng, the former owners and editors of the now defunct socio-political website TheRealSingapore.com were in the news a lot last year after they were arrested and subsequently jailed for sedition.

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AMOS YEE: I AM GOOD AT ATTRACTING PUBLICITY, I WILL EMERGE FROM JAIL AS MANDELA

Responding to news of The Real Singapore co-founder Yang Kaiheng being sentenced to 8 months imprisonment, Singapore's social media badass Amos Yee had this to say about Yang's situation. He pitied Yang's inability to milk the situation to his advantage to forward his political agenda. Instead he praised himself as being very good in attracting publicity and lamented the lost opportunity to help Yang and his wife Ai Takagi.

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TRS FOUNDER YANG KAIHENG CONVICTED FOR 6 CHARGES OF SEDITION

Co-founder of The Real Singapore sociopolitical website Yang Kaiheng was convicted on 6 charges of sedition after he pleaded guilty to the charges. He was initially expected to claim trial to prove his innocence and lack of involvement in the website's operations. In the first tranche of the TRS sedition trial, Yang Kaiheng's wife Ai Takagi pleaded guilty to sedition charges laid against her and appeared to take full responsibility for the alleged crimes committed by TRS. For her admission of guilt, she was sentenced to 10 months jail and is currently serving her sentence.

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DID POLICE OVERUSE POLICE POWERS IN PURSUIT OF "SEDITIOUS" TRS OWNERS?

During today's sedition trial for alleged TRS owner Yang Kaiheng, it was revealed during cross examination that the police used its powers to research on past TRS civil lawsuits unrelated to the sedition case. The police had hoped to use these unrelated civil lawsuits as evidence when the cases are totally unrelated and could be misconstrued as a blatant abuse of police powers?

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MAINSTREAM MEDIA AGAIN DEFAMES THE REAL SINGAPORE OWNER WITH FAKE NEWS STORY

It has come to our attention that our company director, Mr Yang Kaiheng, has again become the target of false and defamatory content published by Singapore Press Holdings. In the Thursday 17th March edition, Shin Min Daily News featured on their newspaper front page an article defaming Mr Yang. The article and accompanying headlines accused Mr Yang of "turning violent and kicking a bus captain". shouting and causing trouble "again". The whole article has been twisted to falsely accuse Mr Yang, who was actually a victim in the incident, as being a random aggressor.

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JAP CHIOBU WITH LAW DEGREE TURNS RAMEN HAWKER IN S'PORE: THE TRS STORY

From studying law to selling noodles. Ms Ai Takagi, 22, the founder of now-defunct socio-political website The Real Singapore put aside her studies and chose not to pursue a career in law. Instead, she has decided that she wants to be in the hawker business selling authentic Japanese Ramen in local coffee shops and foodcourts. Ms Takagi and her husband, Mr Yang Kaiheng, started their Ramen business shortly after the MDA shut down The Real Singapore website for ‘causing ill-will’.

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EX-TRS EDITORS: MOVING ON WITH OUR LIVES, SG POLITICS NO LONGER CONCERN US

We heard many of you have come down to our stalls to show your support after reading this recent mainstream media article. Thanks for taking the time to try our ramen, we hope you enjoyed it! We have decided to start a simple business to support our family including covering the high medical fees as well as the ongoing costs of care. We are moving on with our lives and we are again grateful for the encouragement we have received from all TRS readers. Singapore politics will no longer concern us or be a topic of discussion within our family.

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FORMER TRS EDITORS OPENS TAKAGI RAMEN SHOP IN NUS CAMPUS

Former The Real Singapore editors have re-opened TRS. This time, Takagi Ramen Shop (TRS) – two Japanese Ramen shops in the canteens of National University of Singapore – one at Prince George Park Residence and the other at Bukit Timah Campus, according to a tip-off from a NUS student. The 23 year old Ai Takagi Japanese Australian took Singaporeans by surprise when it was revealed the pretty girl was behind The Real Singapore. Ai and her fiance Yang Kai Heng are currently still under police investigation.

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"EDITORS" OF THE REAL SINGAPORE WEBSITE SUED BY SPH FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

As the alleged TRS editors Yang Kaiheng and his fiancee Ai Takakgi walked to the State Courts for their pre-trial conference, a process server from WongPartnership served a writ of summons onto them. The papers were for a copyright infringement suit by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) served on the couple allegedly behind socio-political website The Real Singapore.

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