Maia Lee, (李芝瑛, pinyin: Li Zhīyīng, born January 31, 1983), was a finalist in the popular talent contest Singapore Idol. Known for her high-energy performances, she was a controversial figure with her "bad girl" image. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maia Lee"
Susan Long is a senior correspondent for The Straits Times in Singapore. ...more on Wikipedia about "Susan Long"
Wee Kim Wee (黄金辉, Huáng Jīnhuī) ( November 4 1915– May 2 2005) was the fourth President of Singapore, from 1985 to 1993. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wee Kim Wee"
Zuraidah Ibrahim is the political editor of The Straits Times, a Singapore-based newspaper. Cherian George, a former journalist at the paper, is Zuraidah's husband according to the registry of marriages. Cherian is infamous for having written articles that were less than flattering of the government. Zuraidah's brother, Yacob Ibrahim, is the Minister for Environment and Water Resources. Despite her close association with Cherian, she is currently still considered to be a trusted member of the establishment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zuraidah Ibrahim"
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