Do Cheng Yi ( Chinese: 杜成義), popularly known as A-Do (阿杜), is a singer from Singapore. Famed for his husky voice, he has been coined as the Rod Stewart of the chinese music scene. ...more on Wikipedia about "A-do"
Alex Au Waipang, also known by his Internet nom de plume as Yawning Bread, is thought by many to be the founding father of the Singapore gay equality movement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Au"
Chew Sin Huey ( Chinese: 石欣卉 pinyin: Shí Xīnhuì), recognised as the "dark horse" of the Project SuperStar singing competition organised by Singapore's Channel U, delivered sterling performances, scoring over 40 (judges' total score of 50) for all three songs in the women's final and her total average score is better than the other three finalists'. But like Wei Lian's, Kelly's fans also made it up with their votes, sending them to victories. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chew Sin Huey"
Corrinne May, (born Corrinne Foo May Ying; Chinese: 符美芸) is a Singaporean singer- songwriter based in Los Angeles. Born on January 19, she was named, aptly, after her mother's favourite song, "Corinna, Corinna". ...more on Wikipedia about "Corrinne May"
David Lim is best known regionally as the leader of the 1st Singapore Mt. Everest Expedition in 1998. Between 1994 - 1998, he led and organised a team from the flat tropical island nation to the top of Everest. Sustaining an injury on the summit push, he did not make the summit himself though two other team members succeeded in making the top on May 25th 1998. A week after his return, and not related to the climb, he was stricken with Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a rare nerve disorder where the immune system attacks the peripheral nerves. Paralysed from eyes down, he spent six months in hospitals, and emerged partially disabled in both legs. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Lim"
Hey-Ao Sun is a female Dance music artist from Singapore who is also a very successful vocalist in Asia. She scored a pair of #1 hits on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with "One With You," in August 2004 and "Without Love," in 2005. Both tracks were also hits on the Dance Radio Airplay chart in 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hey-Ao Sun"
Seng Ching Hong, or James Seng, is one of the Internet pioneers in Singapore and is recognized as an international expert in the Internet arena. He gave regular speeches at various forums on several Internet issues such as IDN, VoIP, IPv6, spam, OSS and Internet governance issues. James also participates actively in several standard organizations (such as ISO/ IEC JTC1 and IETF) and also served on the board/committee of several Internet organizations. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Seng"
Dr. Keith Goh, a neurosurgeon from Singapore, became known for leading an international medical and surgical team that was the first to attempt the separation of adult conjoined twins, the Bijani twins, who were joined at the head. The operation, carried out in Raffles Hospital, was unsuccessful in the sense that both Ladan and Laleh Bijani did not survive the procedure. They died shortly after separation. However, they were mourned for their courage and bravery in going forward with the chance to be separated even though it had a 50-50 risk. ...more on Wikipedia about "Keith Goh"
Kelly Poon or Pan Jiali (潘嘉丽) is a promising Singaporean singer who emerged from one of the biggest singing competition ever held in Singapore, Project SuperStar. She was born on 11 July 1983. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kelly Poon"
Kelvin Tan Wei Lian ((陈伟联; pinyin: Chén Wěilián; born on 05 October 1981) is Singapore's first blind singer who has been touted as Asia's Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles. He was shot to prominence when he won the Project SuperStar Singing Contest on 1 September 2005, garnering 64% of the 533,000 telephone votes at a Mandarin singing competition hosted by Singapore's MediaCorp TV Channel U. The competition had attracted over 4,000 hopefuls, out of which 24 finalists were selected (12 males and 12 females), and only one would emerge as the "Ultimate SuperStar". ...more on Wikipedia about "Kelvin Tan Wei Lian"
Khaw Boon Wan ( Chinese: 许文远, Pinyin: Xǔ Wényuǎn, born 8 December 1952) is the Health Minister of Singapore. He was born in Penang, Malaysia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khaw Boon Wan"
Khoo Swee Chiow is an athlete, born in Port Dickson, Malaysia in 1964. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khoo Swee Chiow"
Lee Kuan Yew (also spelt Lee Kwan-Yew) (born September 16, 1923) ( ) was the first Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore from 1959 to 1990. He has remained the second most influential politician in Singapore (after the Prime Minister) since stepping down from office. Under the administration of Singapore's second prime minister, Goh Chok Tong, he served as Senior Minister. He currently holds the specially created post of Minister Mentor under his son Lee Hsien Loong, who became the nation's third prime minister and second from the same family on August 12, 2004. He is also known informally as "Harry" to his close friends and family and thus his name is sometimes cited as Harry Lee Kuan Yew, although this first name is never used in official settings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lee Kuan Yew"
Li Shengwu represented Singapore in the World Schools Debating Championships 2002 in Peru. His team managed to reach the finals of the competition before losing in a 6-1 decision to Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Li Shengwu"
Lin Junjie ( Chinese: 林俊杰 pinyin: Lín Jùnjié English: Wayne Lin Jun Jie or commonly shortened as JJ) is a singer and songwriter from Singapore, although he came to musical prominence and success in the Greater China region, and particularly in Taiwan, where he was awarded the "Best New Artiste" award. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lin Junjie"
This is a list of Singaporean political dissidents. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Singaporean dissidents"
This is an alphabetical list of Singaporeans sorted by surnames/family names. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Singaporeans"
The following Singaporeans appear in the Forbes magazine annual lists of the world's wealthiest individuals. The World's Richest People : ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Singaporeans by net worth"
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"
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(Singapore gay personalities) ==Introduction== ...more on Wikipedia about "Singapore gay personalities"
Stefanie Sun ( Simplified: 孙燕姿; Traditional: 孫燕姿; Teochew: Sng Yì-che; Mandarin: Sūn Yànzī) is a popular Singaporean professional pop singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stefanie Sun"
Tan Chong Tee (born 1918) is a World War 2 veteran. Born in Shrewsbury Road, Singapore, Tan took part in many anti-Japanese activities like boycotting Japanese goods and fund raising since the Sino-Japanese war broke out in 1937. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tan Chong Tee"
Tan Choo Leng ( Chinese: 陈子玲, Pinyin: Chén Zǐlíng) is the wife of Goh Chok Tong, who was the second Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore from November 26, 1990 to August 12, 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tan Choo Leng"
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