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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Trader View Post
    Crikey! Our PM has been poking the wrong butterfly hole all these years!
    he found out it was a moth........

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    So not a spy, just talk big only can lose PR. Let that be a lesson to all the big cannon fairies here in this forum, PR, citizens or otherwise.

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    So it turns out that the filthy spy and his equally filthy wife got their PRs revoked and will be barred for re-entry if they leave Singapore. However, they have yet to be deported. Should I go drag them by their hair to the airport and march them up the plane for the first flight out of Singapore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTan View Post
    So it turns out that the filthy spy and his equally filthy wife got their PRs revoked and will be barred for re-entry if they leave Singapore. However, they have yet to be deported. Should I go drag them by their hair to the airport and march them up the plane for the first flight out of Singapore?
    H is much cleaner that your wife who CB stinks the whole country.
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    Prof Huang is the Lee Foundation Professor on US-China Relations at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKY School). He is the author of Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics (Cambridge University Press, 2000), which won the prestigious Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize, Crisis and Challenges in US-China Relations, 1989-1993 (2003), and Inseparable Separation; the Making of China’s Taiwan Policy (2010). He also edited six book volumes over China-India relations, Asia’s environmental policies, South China Sea, and the development of Russia’s Far East. Huang has published numerous articles, book chapters, columns and op-eds on Chinese elite politics, China’s development strategy and foreign policy, US-China relations, Sino-Japanese relations, Sino-Indian relations, China’s military and its political role, security issues in the Asia Pacific, Taiwan, and the North Korea Nuclear issue.

    At LKY School, Prof Huang initiated and chaired numerous projects, including the Consortium on multilateral international cooperation in the development of Russia’s Far East, with the funding of 3 million US dollars from Norway and Singapore, (The Consortium consists of the heads of leading think tanks from Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Norway, and Singapore), the China-India project, with funding over 3 million Singapore dollars, China-Japan-US trilateral Track-II dialogue. He also initiated and chaired the projects on China-India-Japan’s energy policies and policymaking process, Asia-EU energy security, and Asia’s environmental polies. Prof Huang also initiated and mentors the China-Japan Young Leader Forum.

    Before coming to LKY School, Prof Huang was a Senior Fellow at the John Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution (2004—2008), a Shorentein Fellow at Stanford University (2002-2003), Director of the Asia Studies Program and Associate Professor of Political Science (1994-2004) at Utah State University, and Lecturer at Harvard University (2013-14). As a faculty member, Prof Huang was tenured in USA in 1998.

    At Brookings, Prof. Huang played a major role in initiating and organising the projects of the Trilateral (US-China-Japan) Track II Dialogues (2005-2007), Asian Regionalism, China’s Energy Security and Policy, and the US-India-China Dialogue. He was a co-leader of the multi-year US-China Crisis Management project (with Michael Swaine of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Iain Johnston of Harvard University). He also chaired the Tibet project and frequently advised the Tibetan leaders in Exile on international affairs. He has since developed a good relationship with the Dalai Lama and his special envoy Lodi Gyari.

    Prof Huang was a Residential Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center in 2012 and is a Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation Japan, the Board of Directors Keppel Land, the Board of Wasion Group, the Advisory Board of the European-House Ambrosetti, the Scientific Board of the Stars Foundation, UBS Wolfberg, the Steering Committee of the NUS Research Institute in Suzhou, and the WEF Global Agenda Council. He was Fulbright Professor (2002). Prof Huang also serves as a Senior Overseas Economic Analysts for the Xinhua News Agency and an overseas advisor to the China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies. He is consulted frequently by a wide range of government, education, research, business and non-profit organisations in China, U.S., Europe, Taiwan, Japan, India, South Korea, Vietnam, Russia, Norway, Germany, Netherland and Singapore on policy issues, and has authored numerous policy papers.

    Prof Huang is appointed as a Prestigious International Scholars(海外名师)by the Shanghai Municipal Government.

    Prof Huang is a recipient of numerous fellowships/grants from various foundations, including the Fulbright Fellowship, the Shorentein Fellowship, the Harvard-Yenching Fellowship, the MacArthur Foundation, the Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Foundation, the Ford Foundation, Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Asian Foundation, the Smith Richardson Foundation, the Melon Foundation, the U.S. Institute of Peace, and the American Philosophical Society.

    Prof Huang received his Ph.D. (Government) from Harvard University, MA (History) from Fudan University, and BA (English) from Sichuan University.

    Publications
    Selected Publications
    Books

    Bajpai, Kanti, Huang, J., and Mahbubani, K. (2016) China-India Relations: Cooperation and Conflict. Abingdon: Routledge
    Huang, J., & Korolev, A. (2015) International Cooperation and Development of Russia’s Siberia Far East. London: Palgrave
    Huang, J., & Li, X. (2010). Inseparable Separation: the Making of China’s Taiwan Policy . Singapore : World Scientific (winner of the 18th Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize).
    Huang, J. (2000). Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics. New York: Cambridge University Press.

    Book Chapters

    Huang, Jing. “Xi Jinping’s Taiwan Policy: Boxing Taiwan in with the One-China Framework,” in Lowell Dittmer ed., China and Taiwan, University of California Press, forthcoming 2017

    Edited Volumes

    Huang, J., & Berger, B. States, Institutions, and International Law in The South China Sea Dispute, Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming 2017).
    Huang, J., & Korolev, A. The Political Economy of Pacific Russia – Regional Developments in East Asia, Palgrave Macmillan, December 2016.
    Huang, J., & Korolev, A. (2016) The Political Economy of Pacific Russia – Regional Developments in East Asia, Palgrave Macmillan (Forthcoming)
    Bajpai, Kanti, Huang, J., and Mahbubani, K. (2016) China-India Relations: Cooperation and Conflict. Abingdon: Routledge
    Huang, J., & Korolev, A. (2015) International Cooperation and Development of Russia’s Siberia Far East. London: Palgrave
    Huang, J., & Billo, A. (2014). Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea: Navigating Rough Waters. London: Palgrave.
    Huang, J., & Gupta , S. (2014). Environmental Policies in Asia, Perspectives from Seven Asian Countries. Singapore: World Scientific.

    Journal Articles

    Huang, J. “Building on Economic Success: China’s Strategic Diplomacy,” Global Asia, Winter 2016, Vol. 11, No. 4: https://www.globalasia.org/latest-issue.php
    Huang, J. (2016) “习近平经济新思维四个逻辑, The Four Logics of Xi Jinping’s Economic Thoughts,” People’s Tribune《人民论坛》
    Huang, J. (2015) “Instead of a Balance of Power, Create Better Rules of the Game,” China Economic Quarterly, Vol 19, Nos 3 & 4, pp 43-47.
    Huang, J. (2014). Time to Find Common Ground, Why the Ukraine crisis would be a good starting point for closer German-Chinese cooperation . International Politik, 44-49.
    Huang, J. (April 2014). What Does China Need to Learn from Singapore (中国向新加坡学什么?). Front of Academic Research (学术前沿), 21-28.
    Huang, J. (2013). Developing of Cross-Straits Relations: Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Wang-Koo Dialogue(和平交流,共同发展--纪念汪辜会谈二十周年). Exchange Magazine (交流雜誌), by the Straits Exchange Foundation.
    Huang, J. (2013). Peaceful Development towards a Sinocentric Asia? . The ASAN Forum, Special Commentaries.
    Huang, J., Bajpai, K., & Mahbubani , K. (2012, August 1). Rising Peacefully Together, Retrieved from Foreign Policy
    Huang, J. (2011). The Rise of Asia: Implications and Challenges. International Politics , 437-443.
    Huang, J. (2012). China’s Awkward Rise . China Economic Quarterly .

    Recent Columns, Policy Briefs and Op-Eds

    Huang J. “US and China can escape the Thucydides trap,” Singapore Press Holdings, The Straits Times, 10 June 2017 http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/...hucydides-trap
    Huang J. “美国乱象”是对整个世界的挑战 The chaos caused by Trump is a challenge to the whole world,” 环球时报 Global Times, 6 June 2017, http://opinion.huanqiu.com/1152/2017-06/10784393.html
    Huang J. “人类第三次现代化浪潮的主轴 The Axis of The Third Wave of Modernization,” 环球杂志, Beijing, 31 May 2017
    Huang J. “黄靖答中评:李显龙缺席并非不支持一带一路 PM Lee Hsien Loong’s Absence from the Belt and Road Forum Does Not Mean Singapore is against OBOR, 中國評論 China Review Network Limited (Hong Kong), 30 May 2017 http://zp.fis3.com/crn-webapp/touch/...ocid=104696735
    Huang, J. 维护世界和平,中国应有所作为 (China needs to play a proactive role in maintaining world peace)”, Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报, 20 January 2017
    Huang, J. (24 October 2016 )“中国领导体制的变更与中国政治稳定和发展, The Change of Chinese Leadership and its implication to China’s Stability and Development” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报-天下事.
    Huang, J. (16 July 2016 )“仲裁案给区域和平带来的挑战和机遇 Challenges and Opportunities brought by the South China Sea Arbitration to Regional Peace,” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报-天下事.
    Huang, J. (1 July 2016) “英国脱欧对中国的挑战与机遇 The Challenges and opportunities facing China after Brexit,” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报-天下事, 1 July 2016
    Huang, J. (2016, July 1)“英国脱欧对中国的挑战与机遇 The Challenges and opportunities facing China after Brexit,” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报-天下事.

    Huang, J. (2016, March 10) “中国房市疯涨背后的隐患与危机 The Hidden Danger and Risks behind the Recent Boom of Chinese Real Estate Market,” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报_言论.
    Huang, J.(2016, January 18) “The View from Beijing,” Cipher Brief.
    Huang, J. (2015, November 30) “土俄之争,茶壶里的风波? Russia-Turkey Skirmish: A storm in a teapot?,” 环球时报 Global Times.
    Huang, J. (2015, November 27) “巴黎恐怖袭击的影响及挑战 The impact and challenges of Paris terrorist attack” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报, 天下事.
    Huang, J. (2015, November 6)“习马会”的划时代意义 The Epoch-making Significance of Xi-Ma Meeting,” Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报.
    Huang, J. (2015, October 28). 中国智库建设:厘清认识、科学管理 On Building China’s Think Tanks: Conceptual Clarification and Scientific Management. Guang Ming Daily 光明日报-光明网
    Huang, J. (2015, April 7). Lee Kuan Yew’s Legacy . Retrieved from Valdai Discussion Club.
    Huang, J. (2015, April 6). 周永康案拉开了反腐决战大幕 (The legal suit on Zhou Yongkang raised the curtain of the Decisive Battle of Anti-corruption). Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报.
    Huang, J. (2015, March 28). 李光耀的政治遗产 (Lee Kuan Yew’s Political Legacy). Huanqiunet 环球网
    Huang, J. (2015, January 16). 油价暴跌原因及对世界局势影响 (The oil price slump and its global impacts). Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报_天下事.
    Huang, J. (2014, October 20). 安倍改弦易辙出路何在?(Abe, dancing to another tune?) . Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报
    Huang, J. (2014, June 24). 美国何以维持其世界领导地位 (Is it possible for the U.S. to maintain world leadership?). Retrieved from Caixin.
    Huang, J. (2014, June 21). Cultural security is of great significance in today’s China文化安全在当今中国的重大意义. People’s Daily Tribune人民论坛
    Huang, J. (2014, June 11). 中日之争与美国的战略两难 (The dispute between China and Japan and the U.S. strategic dilemma). Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报.
    Huang, J. (2014, June 3). 房市调整与发展模式之变 (Correction of housing market and restructuring of economy). Caixin 财新.
    Huang, J. (2014, April 30). 落后干部制度提供腐败温床 (Outdated Cadre Management provides fertile soil for corruption) . Caixin 财新.
    Huang, J. (2014, March 25). 南中国海防空识别区’是无稽之谈 (South China Sea ADIZ is groundless heresay. Retrieved from Singapore Press Holdings, Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报.
    Huang, J. (2014, January 23). “汉学”亟需现代化 (Chinese studies need to be modernised). Retrieved from People’s Daily 人民日报 China.

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    How did this fucker Huang ever get his doctorate on politics and history? He dug up some old shit like Indie Jones or invented something? I can't believe that people awarded phDs for doing what we are doing here commenting on current affairs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTan View Post
    How did this fucker Huang ever get his doctorate on politics and history? He dug up some old shit like Indie Jones or invented something? I can't believe that people awarded phDs for doing what we are doing here commenting on current affairs.
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    guess who will be implicated soon?

    Bilahari Kausikan
    Kishore Mahbubani
    Stanley Loh
    Hen

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    Quote Originally Posted by virus View Post
    guess who will be implicated soon?

    Bilahari Kausikan
    Kishore Mahbubani
    Stanley Loh
    Hen
    Kishore and Huang wore articles together in that CV
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    how abt that china girl MP and that china girl secretary inside PMO? more spies ahead

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    Quote Originally Posted by steffychun View Post
    Hey kindergarten shit head. watch it you wife will be anal fucked.
    Not before yours!
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    Not a fair comment Ismail Kassim of all people. Though making PRs and citizenships the cheapest of any country in terms of time and cost minus some island countries does not help.

    The intelligence services have moved against the Brits, Americans, Sri Lankans, Sikhs, Indians in the past. The PRC has been in that focus area as well. Partly historical and in the last 10 years as they started their interest in Asean.

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    I was waiting for his sage insight!





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    Yes. Yusri Mohd say it all! Good one!
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    The sage has more or less has let the cat out of the bag.

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    The number of Chinese that have been detained without trial far outnumbers any other race even in terms of population percentage. And many of them intellectuals. The number of Malaysian Chinese that are barred from entering Singapore are also high.

    Yusri probably does not understand the meaning of context nor susceptibility. We have recruited fair share of Malays in ISD and SID albeit it is easier to do background checks and monitoring in small numbers rather than in a involuntary conscription of such numbers as NS. Interestingly it applies to Singapore Indian Muslims who have no blood Malay relatives anywhere in their lineage or have taken to Malay culture.

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    Yes. Yusri Mohd say it all! Good one!

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    this chap has consistently advocated for a stronger prc with more assertiveness in international policing and military adventures. the prc respect his recommendations and views (and put them into action). beware of the trickery math of double negation and quadruple negation-division.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eatshitndie View Post
    this chap has consistently advocated for a stronger prc with more assertiveness in international policing and military adventures. the prc respect his recommendations and views (and put them into action). beware of the trickery math of double negation and quadruple negation-division.
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    I am pretty curious on what he was trying to influence and what policies he did target.

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