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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    Dato, Malaysia also have local ppl who knows how to take care of that Panda. take me for example.
    Thats the problem with Malaysia and the boleh mentality ... our neighbour got some pandas, we also want some pandas. Our neighbour got some submarines, we must go out and buy one too.

    Our Malaysian tigers and rhinos are almost extinct and we want some pandas?? We dont even bother to look after our own tigers/rhinos what make you think we can manage some panda bears?? How are we going to feed them for a start? Go to Tesco and buy some Friskies cat food?

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    Both are cutie pandas!

    Hu jin Tao is pretty unfair eh? Instead of giving one to Malaysia, one to Singapore. he chose to give both to Singapore.
    Shall we roll out our Scorpene sub from the storeroom and send it to attack China? I am pretty sure em' chinese are trembling with fear when they see our Scorpene sub.

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    Erk?

    Anyway,

    I recognized whatever Malaysia had gained from Hu Jin Tao’s visit, it could be more valuable. though it is a no-panda-as-a-gift- visit. (sigh) .
    Your suggestion in the second post is “saje cari pasal”, btw.

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    I think if Malaysia can loan us precious animals like the pandas, it will be a wonderful gesture! Our zoo will have more visitors and more Malaysians will visit Singapore.

    And it will be another wonderful happening if within the 10 years that the two China pandas are on loan to Singapore will grow to love each other and produce little pandas. And it could well be foreign talents, including Malaysians, who would be able to help us make this happen! I'm not sure whether those on loan to other countries have already made this come true.

    However when that happens, who will have legal ownership of the little ones?
    Singapore or China? Will China again be thoughtful and generous to allow Singapore to keep the little ones? It will be very sad if they have to follow mum and dad back home in ten years.

    But right now the happier problem may be what names we should give to the
    two pandas if they do not already have one now. One could expect a very interesting contest to take place, hopefully with attractive prizes!

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    Default Apec Vow to remake world economy

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    Nov 15, 2009

    SINGAPORE - ASIA-PACIFIC leaders including the US and Chinese presidents on Sunday vowed to remake the world economy after the worst financial crisis in decades, rejecting protectionism and old models of growth.

    Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) forum leaders, who together steer more than half the global economy, also said they would persist with hefty stimulus spending 'until a durable economic recovery has clearly taken hold'.


    Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) forum leaders, who together steer more than half the global economy, also said they would persist with hefty stimulus spending 'until a durable economic recovery has clearly taken hold'. -- PHOTO: AP


    US President Barack Obama pressed Asian leaders at the weekend summit in Singapore to retool their export-led economies and rebalance world growth, or risk a 'drift from crisis to crisis'. But he was subject to much criticism in Singapore over his perceived neglect of free trade, with Congress and powerful Democratic barons in the trade union movement clamouring to protect US industry as joblessness soars.

    In a concluding declaration, the leaders said: 'We firmly reject all forms of protectionism and reaffirm our commitment to keep markets open and refrain from raising new barriers to investment or to trade in goods and services. We cannot go back to 'growth as usual',' they added. 'We need a new growth paradigm. We need a fresh model of economic integration. We will pursue growth which is balanced, inclusive and sustainable, supported by innovation and a knowledge-based economy, to ensure a durable recovery that will create jobs and benefit our people.'

    The summit's chairman, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, explained that 'sustainable' growth meant working for an 'ambitious outcome' at Copenhagen climate talks next month. But a hastily convened climate discussion in Singapore among key leaders - including Mr Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao, representing the world's two biggest emitters of greenhouse gases - failed to yield any breakthrough. -- AFP
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    By Cassandra Chew

    WHILE their husbands were wrestling with affairs of state, some of the spouses of Apec leaders checked out the sights around town on Sunday including taking a spin on the Flyer.

    Seven spouses - including Mrs Ani Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, Hong Kong, China's Mrs Selina Tsang and Ms Therese Rein, wife of Aussie Prime Minister Kevin Rudd - took to the skies.

    Ms Ho Ching, wife of PM Lee Hsien Loong, and Mdm Lee Ai Boon, wife of Trade and Industry Minister Lim Hng Kiang, hosted the group while Mrs Cheong Koon Hean, chief executive of the Urban Redevelopment Authority, played tour guide on the giant wheel.

    After the 30-minute flight, the women, who were joined by Mexican first lady Margarita Zavala were invited to pen their hopes for the future on Wishing Spheres. These white balls that will be lit up and floated into the Marina Bay on New Year's eve.

    Many hoped for peace and prosperity, while Mrs Miyuki Hatoyama, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, sketched a four-leaf clover.

    It was then off to the Peranakan Museum, where they were joined by the Thai PM's wife, Dr Pimpen Vejjajiva, and Mdm Tran Thi Kim Chi, wife of the Vietnamese president Nguyen Minh Triet, and Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah, wife of Malaysian Prime Minster Najib Razak.



    Seven spouses - including Mrs Ani Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, Hong Kong, China's Mrs Selina Tsang and Ms Therese Rein, wife of Aussie Prime Minister Kevin Rudd - took to the skies. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO
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    Nov 15, 2009

    PRIME Minister Lee Hsien Loong and US President Barack Obama met on Sunday morning and had a good discussion on a wide range of issues.

    At their meeting in the Istana held on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Leaders meeting, the two leaders, who last met in May 2007 during PM Lee's visit to the US, discussed the health of the global economy, regional developments, and the role of Apec, Asean and the G-20.

    Both reaffirmed the excellent bilateral relations between Singapore and the United States, said a statement from the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday.

    They also discussed the evolving regional architecture and the importance of maintaining an open and inclusive regional architecture.

    PM Lee welcomed the US' engagement with the region, as well as President Obama's recent announcement that the US would engage members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP).

    The TPP is the only regional free trade agreement that spans both sides of the Pacific, linking Asia with the Americas, and was signed in 2005 by Brunei, Chile, New Zealand and Singapore.

    Apec sees the TPP as a possible building block for an FTA covering the Asia Pacific.


    PM Lee and US President Obama met at the Istana to reaffirm excellent bilateral relations between both countries. The meeting was held on the sidelines of the Apec Summit. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
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    By Teo Cheng Wee

    UNITED States President Barack Obama on Sunday invited Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to a nuclear summit in Washington next year, in recognition of Singapore's role in nuclear security.

    'Singapore serves as a critical trading hub in the region, and we commend Singapore's commitment to counterproliferation efforts,' White House National Security Council spokesman Mike Hammer noted in a statement after both leaders met on the sidelines of the Apec summit.

    Singapore is the first in the region, to sign on to the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI), which aims to halt the trafficking and spread of nuclear weapons.

    Given its strategic location along key sea lines of communication, Singapore can play a key role in such efforts. It joined the PSI in 2003, the same year that it was launched by former US president George W. Bush. Today, more than 90 countries are signed on to it.

    'As the first country in the region to sign on to the Proliferation Security Initiative, Singapore is working to expand the reach and membership of this important tool to prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction,' said Mr Hammer.

    The event which Mr Lee has been invited to attend - the Global Nuclear Summit - was described by Mr Hammer as being part of an international effort to address 'this most immediate and extreme threat to global security'.

    'In recognition of Singapore's strategic role, President Obama has invited Prime Minister Lee to attend the Global Nuclear Summit in Washington next year, as part of an international effort to address this most immediate and extreme threat to global security,' he added. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
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    THE traditional photo opportunity of all the leaders of an Apec gathering clad in a costume of the host, did take place afterall on Saturday evening.

    US President Barack Obama swopped shirts and ties for mandarin collars and a helping of fun hospitality, Singapore-style.

    For the record, The President wore a blue version of the Peranakan-inspired outfit created by Singaporean designer Wykidd Song.

    Mr Obama who had been expected to be a no-show after delaying his arrival by a day to attend a memorial service for victims of the Fort Hood Army Base shootings.

    However, while he got to wear a Singapore silk shirt, he missed the opening part of the glittering evening, a 30- minute musical gala, One World Our World, at the Esplanade. It was put together by showbiz veteran Dick Lee and featured more than 300 performers.



    Posing for photographs at Apec meetings on Saturday were (from left) Japanese PM Yukio Hatoyama, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yughoyono, US President Barack Obama, PM Lee Hsien Loong and China's President Hu Jintao. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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    Default Apec Meeting: Glittering night of fun on a "Singapore Evening"

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    By Wong Kim Hoh , Lynn Lee

    THEY were all business during the week but on Saturday night, Apec leaders including an earlier-than-expected United States President Barack Obama swopped shirts and ties for mandarin collars and a helping of fun hospitality, Singapore-style.

    The Esplanade theatres and the surrounding waterfront area was party central - not to mention, power central - as 21 global leaders here for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit enjoyed what was billed as a Singapore Evening.

    Adding to the buzz was the arrival of Mr Obama, who had been expected to be a no-show after delaying his arrival by a day to attend a memorial service for victims of the Fort Hood Army Base shootings.

    But he and his entourage rushed to the Esplanade for the Singapore Evening after landing at Paya Lebar Airbase at 7.30pm from Tokyo, the first stop of his nine-day Asian tour.

    And so yes, that traditional photo opportunity of all the leaders of an Apec gathering clad in a costume of the host, did get to take place.

    For the record, The President wore a blue version of the Peranakan-inspired outfit created by Singaporean designer Wykidd Song.


    The 21 global leaders here for the Apec Summit enjoyed what was billed as a Singapore Evening at the Esplanade. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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    Nov 15, 2009

    By Cassandra Chew

    IT WAS the turn of the Apec leaders' spouses to engage in nurturing relationships on Saturday.

    Twelve of them spent the morning at the famed Botanic Gardens with their host, Ms Ho Ching, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's wife. They were entertained by local schoolchildren, who put on a flowery fashion show and displayed products made from Asian plants, after which the spouses enjoyed a lunch of Singaporean fare.

    During their botanical jaunt, the women also visited the National Orchid Garden, where they were the first to admire petal power diplomacy in the form of a new orchid unveiled to commemorate the Apec gathering.

    The orchid, a homebred hybrid named Trichocentrum Apec Singapore 2009, has petals coloured brick-red and yellow.

    One wife who proved a bright success with students was Mrs Miyuki Hatoyama, the wife of Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama. She showed a relaxed, friendly side when receiving a sample of henna plant paste during a visit to the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, where excited students showcased their knowledge of products made from local and regional plants.

    Mrs Hatoyama joked with Methodist Girls' School (MGS) student guides Sheryl Chew and Clarice Handoko, both 14, that she could try the dye henna on her face, or even on her husband.


    Apec leaders' spouses witnessed the unveilling of Trichocentrum Apec Singapore 2009 at the National Orchid Garden. -- PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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    SINGAPORE - MALAYSIA and Singapore will revive the dormant Malaysia-Singapore Joint Business Council to step up two-way trade links between the two neighbours.

    The council will be re-activated soon, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed after meeting representatives of the Singapore Business Federation (SBF).

    The council, set up about five years ago, has been inactive over the past few years.

    At the meeting with Mr Mustapa, who is here for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit, the SBF delegation was headed by the Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Finance Lim Hwee Hwa and SBF Chairman Tony Chew.

    Singapore is the fourth biggest investor in Malaysia after the United States, Japan and Germany. As of July this year, Singaporean investors have invested US$408 million (S$566 million) in Malaysia. -- BERNAMA

    The council will be re-activated soon, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed after meeting representatives of the Singapore Business Federation (SBF). -- PHOTO: REUTERS
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    Default Closer Asean-US ties

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    US pledges to boost engagement in meeting that includes Myanmar

    By Ravi Velloor

    AFTER a landmark summit on Sunday, the United States pledged to step up its engagement with Asean, which it described as a key partner in promoting regional peace and stability.

    The meeting between President Barack Obama and all 10 members of Asean was the first between the two, and underscored renewed American interest in South-east Asia at a time when it faces growing competition politically and economically from other Asian rivals, particularly fast-rising China.

    As Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong noted at a press conference after the Asean-US Leaders' Meeting on Sunday: 'That...the US President considers it worthwhile to have a summit meeting with all 10 Asean members notwithstanding difficulties they have, particularly with Myanmar, I think that's very significant.'

    What is more, the leaders have decided that the hour-long Asean-US get-together will not be the last, with a decision taken yesterday to meet again next year.

    The summit, in a Shangri-La Hotel ballroom was the first time that a US president has sat down with the leaders of all 10 Asean members, including Myanmar Prime Minister Thein Sein.

    It marked a break from the past, when closer Asean-US ties were stymied by Washington's policy of sanctions and isolation against Myanmar in response to its human rights record.


    US President Barack Obama and Thailand Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva delivering their statements at the end of the ASEAN-US Leaders meeting. -- ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI
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    By Ignatius Low

    WORLD leaders from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) wrapped up their two-day summit on Sunday promising to integrate their economies further and find new ways to prosper in the post-crisis world.

    With the United States and Vietnam committing to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) of four economies, Apec inched closer to having a region-wide free trade agreement (FTA).


    And although the grouping could not agree to hard targets on hot-button issues such as carbon emissions, it pledged to cut certain key costs of doing business in Asia-Pacific by 25per cent before 2015.

    'We've had candid and fruitful discussions over the last two days,' said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who chaired the Apec Economic Leaders' Meeting over the weekend.

    'Apec has met at a critical juncture and the leaders were united in our priorities to support economic recovery, to pave the way for strong, stable and sustainable growth in the region.'

    Summing up the deliberations at a media conference, he divided the issues the leaders had tackled into two areas - economic integration and sustaining growth in a post-crisis world that will not go back to what it was before.


    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaking at a press conference at the end of Apec Singapore 2009 yesterday. He paid tribute to everyone who had helped to make the week-long event a success. -- ST PHOTO: MUGIAN RAJASEGERAN
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    Default RUSSIAN PRESIDENT'S STATE VISIT - Boost to S'pore, Russian ties

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    It will provide impetus to explore wider areas of cooperation

    By Jeremy Au Yong

    SINGAPORE-RUSSIA ties took another significant step forward yesterday with plans to set up a joint commission to promote cooperation.

    Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and his Singapore host, President S R Nathan, discussed establishing an inter-governmental commission to give impetus to fast-growing bilateral relations, during talks at the Istana.

    The commission, to be co-chaired at a high level, is expected to explore and promote broad-based cooperation in various fields, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said in statement after their talks.

    Mr Medvedev is here on a state visit, the first by a Russian president.

    Speaking on the matter at a banquet hosted by Mr Nathan, he said the commission was just the start of deepening of links between the two sides.

    'It is the first stage of our cooperation,' he said, speaking in Russian. 'I believe that in the nearest future, it will give new momentum to further strengthening of ties in many areas, including long-term investment and technology-sharing.'

    The agreement marks the culmination of years of warming ties. During this time, leaders from the two countries have exchanged visits.

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    Default Russia, S'pore move towards closer ties with new governmental body

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    SINGAPORE : Russia and Singapore have taken a further step towards stronger ties, with the establishment of a high-level governmental commission.

    This was announced by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, who is on a state visit to Singapore.


    The visit by Mr Medvedev is the first by a Russian head of state, and it caps a weekend of international meetings at the APEC Summit in Singapore.

    He was received by President S R Nathan at the Istana.

    Ties between Russia and Singapore are developing rapidly, and the warmth was evident when Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew met the visiting leader.

    Both men had met in Moscow in September. And in recognition of Mr Lee's contributions to bilateral ties, he was conferred Russia's Order of Friendship medal by Mr Medvedev.

    Trade between the two countries has more than tripled since 2000, and the number of Russian nationals here has also grown, from just a few hundred six years ago to about 3,000 now.

    In a recent interview with Russian media, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong called Mr Medvedev's visit a significant milestone in relations, and he welcomed greater Russian engagement in this part of the world.

    This view was echoed by both Mr Medvedev and President Nathan at the state dinner later.

    Mr Nathan said: "As our business links grow, we can look to leveraging on each other's strengths to find opportunities in third country markets. Singapore can be Russia's gateway to Asia, for we have experience and networks in the economies of China, India and Southeast Asia."

    The new Inter-Governmental Commission is expected to bring Moscow closer to Singapore.

    Speaking at the dinner in Russian, Mr Medvedev said the commission "is the first stage of our cooperation. I believe that in the nearest future, the commission will give a new momentum to further strengthening of ties in many areas, including the sphere of long-term investment and financial projects and technology-sharing."

    The commission will explore cooperation in a variety of areas, such as economics, science and technology, as well as political, cultural and educational links.

    1. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev inspects an honour guard with Singapore President S. R. Nathan during his official visit to Singapore.

    2. Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew was conferred Russia's Order of Friendship medal by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev
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    Nov 15, 2009

    By Wong Kim Hoh , Lynn Lee

    THEY were all business during the week but on Saturday night, Apec leaders including an earlier-than-expected United States President Barack Obama swopped shirts and ties for mandarin collars and a helping of fun hospitality, Singapore-style.

    The Esplanade theatres and the surrounding waterfront area was party central - not to mention, power central - as 21 global leaders here for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit enjoyed what was billed as a Singapore Evening.

    Adding to the buzz was the arrival of Mr Obama, who had been expected to be a no-show after delaying his arrival by a day to attend a memorial service for victims of the Fort Hood Army Base shootings.

    But he and his entourage rushed to the Esplanade for the Singapore Evening after landing at Paya Lebar Airbase at 7.30pm from Tokyo, the first stop of his nine-day Asian tour.

    And so yes, that traditional photo opportunity of all the leaders of an Apec gathering clad in a costume of the host, did get to take place.

    For the record, The President wore a blue version of the Peranakan-inspired outfit created by Singaporean designer Wykidd Song.


    The 21 global leaders here for the Apec Summit enjoyed what was billed as a Singapore Evening at the Esplanade. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
    ahhh ... look at my first lady. She is so elegant in that blue dress. We are indeed blessed to have such a kind, loving and smart first lady.

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