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    trendy to see their favourite smlj korea, tiong stars using cashless so must follow trend if not lose face.
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    This type ah, usually after the second or third date all her horns/bad behavior/antiques will start appearing. I think some here would have experienced before. Better do the Forrest Gump on her. Run!!!
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    wahahaha all these productions not bad wor
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    I scared someone rob me so I never collect yesterday, today I collect 25k, mon I collect 5million [youtube] https://i.imgur.com/4XH4jx4.jpgyoutube]
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    A senior executive at Spring Singapore abused his position and masterminded a ruse to dupe the statutory board into disbursing nearly $155,000. Leong Weng Cheou, who roped in four friends for the scam, received over $77,000 of this amount. Leong, 46, pleaded guilty in court yesterday to 18 counts of forgery and 12 cheating charges. The court heard that 105 other similar charges will be taken into consideration during sentencing. He committed his offences in 2015 and 2016. Spring Singapore, an agency aimed at helping Singapore enterprises grow, is now known as Enterprise SG, the court heard. While working for Spring Singapore, his duties included assessing applications and claims for the Innovation and Capability Voucher (ICV). Each voucher worth $5,000 was given to small and medium-sized enterprises to encourage them to develop their capabilities in five categories - innovation, productivity, human resource, financial management and solutions. Deputy Public Prosecutor Norman Yew said the ICV scheme operated on a "reimbursement basis". Applications were submitted online for Spring Singapore's approval to buy an item or service from a "solution provider", he added. Each application must be accompanied by documents, including a quotation from the vendor. Once approved, an applicant could make the purchase before submitting a claim for disbursement, with supporting invoice and proof of payment. Applicants would receive their disbursements after the claim was approved. In 2015, Leong hatched a plan to defraud the agency by using false documents to deceive it into disbursing money to shell business entities. He roped four Singaporean friends - Lionel Wong Yong Jun, 35, Soh Eng Luan, 38, Mary Heah Hwee Hoong, 41, and Wong Ping Ling, 44 - into the scam. The DPP said: "To carry out the plan, Leong engaged in four separate conspiracies with each of his four friends to register multiple shell business entities and forge supporting documents for the sole purpose of submitting fictitious ICV applications and claims to obtain the ICV moneys. "There were... 31 successful fraudulent claims which amounted to $154,999.63, which Spring was deceived into paying out." In late 2017, Leong had a meeting with his four friends as he knew that Spring Singapore's auditing processes would eventually uncover the ruse. The court heard that Soh later consulted a lawyer and lodged a police report, admitting that she had conspired with Leong to cheat Spring Singapore. Leong, who is represented by defence lawyer T.M. Sinnadurai, is expected to be sentenced on Feb 21. For each cheating charge, he can be jailed for up to 10 years and fined. The cases involving his four friends are still pending. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/spring-spore-exec-admits-to-duping-agency-of-155000
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    And yet libtards prefer someone to come steal their jobs. Those who benefitted should do something to those libtards unless they are also dafties like our sb70s.
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    Why do we need AMDL to tell us about local food nutrition?
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    Closed down and then come back to the same mall? What kind of stunt is that?
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    Germany speaks alot alot of english. short of going far east germany most are english educated and accepting of english speakers. their culture is abit more straightforward and strict so it does rub off as demeaning and fierce but its also because the language is very masculine. I like the culture there, food is good and environment quite nice. If company big why not go there try for a few years, nice stay not nice then pad resume
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    They r serious n dun joke tat much unlike UK/American... If you can handle the job then it's time for u to man up and take up the challenge overseas...
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    everynite i dream of mi winning toto and 4d
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    Mai mountain tortoise rah go jiuhu oso wah ki lan dkgk wahaha Juz jiak my gayrang gf for the last session of the year of the dog wahaha song bo
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    https://www.facebook.com/FakkahFuzzComedy/videos/145112683073153/
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    the chinese cant even make a decent ballpoint for ballpoint pen. however, they r very good in commercializing and reverse-engineering technological products. even better than the skoreans. but yes, they r sorely lacking in innovation compared to japanese despite their huawei having the most patents in 5g. if the us decides not to sell u their intel chips and modems or if tsmc decides not to fabricate ur prders , huawei is dead.
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    The driver did well under this type of hostage situation
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    She is really siao lang...lol...think very sheltered child....
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    Because they are smart... Knows cashless is totally not safe...
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