Biography of the Author Steve Lai

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  1. Billie Jean King hails Singapore as ‘legendary’ WTA Finals host
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    Billie Jean King hails Singapore as ‘legendary’ WTA Finals host

    The 74-year-old former world number one said that the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) will always be indebted to Singapore for establishing a ...
  2. Brunei sets sights on tourism market
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    Brunei sets sights on tourism market

    Tourism in Southeast Asia added US$300 billion to the region's GDP in 2016, and it's forecast to keep rising to more than US$560 billion by 2027, ...
  3. ASEAN focus: Brunei diversifies from oil wealth
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    ASEAN focus: Brunei diversifies from oil wealth

    Think of Brunei, and it is black gold - oil and gas - that might come to mind. But along the country’s vast coastline, a fledging industry is ...
  4. PM Lee goes into Brunei jungle with SAF soldiers
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    PM Lee goes into Brunei jungle with SAF soldiers

    Mr Lee’s visit with the 6th Battalion, Singapore Infantry Regiment in Temburong is part of his trip to Brunei to attend the Golden Jubilee ...
  5. PM Lee Brunei soldiers

    PM Lee goes into Brunei jungle with SAF soldiers

  6. 'Small countries need to be friends with one another': PM Lee
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    'Small countries need to be friends with one another': PM Lee

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong met Singaporeans in Brunei while he was there for the Sultan's Golden Jubilee celebrations.
  7. 'There are still good people out there': Crowdfunding platforms raise S$25m for charity in 2016
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    'There are still good people out there': Crowdfunding platforms raise S$25m for charity in 2016

    In 2016, two of Singapore's biggest crowdfunding platforms - Giving.sg and Give.Asia - raised almost S$25 million for charitable causes. But with ...
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    Disabled community in Myanmar still fighting for acceptance

    In 2014, there were approximately 2.3 million people in Myanmar living with disabilities, according to the National Census Data.
  9. Myanmar elections

    Myanmar elections closely watched by foreign investors

    Politics and the economy are seen as closely intertwined, and investors are keeping a keen eye on this week's elections with cautious optimism.