PAP Continues to Whitewash the Truth about the CPF

The Straits Times carried an article on the so-called “changes” to the CPF today. Let me explain how the PAP is trying to whitewash you, with a point-by-point rebuttal.

How CPF changes affect Retirement Account savings

(1) The PAP now claims that $650 to $700 is what they have calculated to be what lower-middle income Singaporeans need to retire on. Do you remember that just last year, the PAP kept saying that what they have calculated to be enough for lower-middle income Singaporeans is actually $1,200? So, why did the PAP suddenly change its stance? Now, they add in the caveat that “It assumes you own a home and do not pay rent.” The PAP has never said this before.

Now, even if this holds through, just think for a minute – how can $650 to $700 a month possibly be enough for anyone to use on a monthly basis, after you factor in for food, transport, public utilities bills etc? $650 to $700 is not even enough for a low-income family, let alone a lower-middle income family.

What trickery is the PAP trying to employ? Simple. Previously, the PAP came out with the “CPF Minimum Sum” of a $1,200 payout. When they needed to “justify” this $1,200, they tried to say that this is what they have “calculated” would be enough for lower-middle income families. But now that they have changed the name of the “CPF Minimum Sum” and introduced the “Basic Retirement Sum” with a payout of $650 to $700, they are trying to “justify” this again, so they came out with this erroneous excuse again.

But really, what is the actual way to calculate what is enough for each Singaporean to use? Well, define a poverty line and a minimum wage. But you see, the PAP has refused to do both of these. What a responsible government would do is to look at what a person in Singapore would need to use and spend on for basic necessities on a monthly basis, then factor in any other additional expenses the person might need. Accordingly, the government should then calculate how much this basket of goods would cost and set a poverty line, and then a minimum wage to that level. You can try doing this calculation for yourself. I have tried doing this in 2013 and my estimates are that the least that any Singaporean would need to earn on a monthly basis is $1,500 to $2,000 to survive in Singapore.

So, why does the PAP say that $650 to $700 is enough? Where are their calculations? How did they derive $650 to $700? Ask them to show us their calculations, if there is even any, and I can assure you we will be shocked by it. You will laugh at it.

(2) So, the PAP finally admits that the CPF Minimum Sum between July 2013 and July 2015 has gone up by as high as 10.4%. Why is there even a need to increase the CPF by 10.4% in one year? Has the PAP ever explained how they increased the CPF Minimum Sum? Previous explanations have relied on how the CPF Minimum Sum was also adjusted according to inflation but in which year did we see a 10.4% increase in inflation?

Not only that, do you know that in 2008, the PAP lost more than $100 billion – billions, mind you – from GIC and Temasek Holdings. It was also in 2008 that the CPF Minimum Sum was suddenly spiked up by 10.4%. A coincidence? You decide for yourself. Yet all this while, the PAP claims that that the spike in the CPF Minimum Sum is never to make up for the losses that the GIC and Temasek Holdings had made. You believe?

Yet, the PAP would increase the CPF Minimum Sum by as high as 10.4%, knowing that Singaporeans’ wages never increased by that much. In fact, our real wages have remained stagnant or even dropped for the past 20 years. Also, the CPF interest rates remained at a low of 2.5% to 4% – or the lowest among the pension funds in the world. This means that our wages and the CPF interest rates were growing much slower than the CPF Minimum Sum. How then would anyone be able to meet the CPF Minimum Sum when the real value of our CPF pretty much could not grow?

Effectively, the way that the PAP was increasing the CPF Minimum Sum meant that more and more Singaporeans would not be able to meet it and would have our CPF trapped inside.

(3) The PAP is now saying that the “Basic Retirement Sum” (renamed from the CPF Minimum Sum) rises so as to “keep pace with inflation”.

Let me tell you why this does not make sense. So what if the Basic Retirement Sum or the CPF Minimum Sum rises with inflation? Will your CPF increase? No, it will not. Then, what does the rise in the Retirement Sum do? It only means that more of your CPF will be trapped inside.

You see, if a responsible government really wants to help Singaporeans to save more, what would it do? It would ensure that it is the CPF “payouts”, or rather, our CPF itself, which keeps pace with inflation. It does not matter how the Retirement Sum keeps pace with inflation when our wages do not grow and the CPF interest rates do not grow – then our CPF will not grow, and the payouts will not grow.

Then, what game is the PAP playing? Well, the PAP is saying that since Singaporeans keep asking for their CPF to increase with inflation, right? They are not interested to help you do that. But they know that if they mention something somewhere about “inflation” they can pretend that they are doing something, so that talk about how the Retirement Sum is keeping pace with inflation. It’s a sham.

(4) The PAP is now saying that the CPF is invested in special Singapore Government Securities, but now they stopped short of mentioning that they actually take it to invest in the GIC, again.

Do you remember that in 2001 and 2006, Lee Kuan Yew denied that the CPF is invested in the GIC and in 2007, Ng Eng Hen also denied it? Then do you remember that after the PAP sued me last year, they were forced to reveal that the CPF was indeed invested in the GIC?

Is the PAP backpedalling now? Are they trying to make Singaporeans forget that they ever said that? Are they trying to make Singaporeans forget that the CPF is invested in the GIC, by not mentioning it anymore? Do they really believe that Singaporeans have such short term memories or that we will believe in their propaganda?

Do you know why the PAP does not want you to remember that the CPF is invested in the GIC? This is because the GIC earns an estimated annualised returns of 6% every year. Meanwhile, the PAP takes our CPF to invest in the GIC but returns only 2.5% to 4% to our CPF. This means that Singaporeans are losing as much as half of what we should be getting back on our CPF, because the PAP has siphoned it off.

Not only that, the PAP denies that the CPF is invested in the Temasek Holdings but do you know that since the 1970s, the PAP has been giving our CPF monies to Temasek Holdings to invest? Today, Temasek Holdings earn annualised returns of 16% every year. Do you know how much Singaporeans are losing from the money that is not returned to our CPF?

Now, do you know why so many of our elderly Singaporeans are unable to save enough inside their CPF to retire? Now, do you know why the PAP wants Singaporeans to forget that the CPF is invested in the GIC and Temasek Holdings? They want to keep taking your money to earn.

(5) So, the PAP is now saying that you can set aside between $40,000 and $241,500 inside your CPF. Where did the $40,000 suddenly appear from? It is not the Basic Retirement Sum, neither is it the Full Retirement Sum or the Enhanced Retirement Sum.

Plus, there are many things that are amiss. Some commenters have already pointed out that last year, when the CPF Minimum Sum was $151,000, Singaporeans were told that they would receive a payout of $1,200. Now that the CPF Minimum Sum has been renamed as the “Full Retirement Sum” and is increased to $161,000, then why is that Singaporeans are still going to receive only a payout of $1,200? Did the PAP eat our money?

Not only that, do you know that half of Singaporeans actually have less than $55,000 inside their CPF in cash? This means that half of Singaporeans will only be able to receive less than $400 in payouts every month.

Then what’s with all these fanciful “Retirement Sums” and the so-called payouts of $650, $1,200 or $1,750 that Singaporeans can receive? The fact of the matter is that the majority of Singaporeans won’t even be able to get $650 in monthly payouts.

Do you remember that Tan Chuan-Jin said last year that the PAP would look into how to let Singaporeans know information about how much we have inside our CPF etc? Where is this information? The PAP conveniently forgot about it. Why? If the PAP has to let you know how much Singaporeans have in cash inside our CPF, their whole CPF Minimum Sum or “Retirement Sum”, whatever they want to call it or rename it to be, will fall apart.

You see, once they reveal this information, it will be revealed that three quarters of Singaporeans won’t even be able to meet the new “Basic Retirement Sum”. Then, what’s the point to all these “Sums” and so-called “enhancements” to the CPF? Nothing. The PAP never wanted to increase your CPF at all. They only want to be trap your CPF inside for their own use.

As I have mentioned countless times, if a responsible government wants to increase your CPF, what would it do? It will increase your wages, the CPF interest rates and reduce housing prices, so that your CPF will grow.

But has the PAP done any of that? Nothing.

Let’s Face It, You Either Help Yourselves or the PAP will Help Themselves to Your Money

Look, let’s put it simply. The PAP see themselves as businessmen. They only want more of your CPF so that they can earn from it. They think as businessmen, who want to make profit and earn money.

So, forget about the thinking that the PAP will ever want to take care of you. They do not want to and it is not in their business interests to take care of you.

Then why are they in government? Well, they have hijacked it and thing is, you allowed them to be there because election after election, you kept putting them there, even though you know that they are not taking care of Singaporeans.

Why then do you keep voting the PAP in? I also don’t know why.

Meanwhile, we gave them the past 50 years to solidify their power in government and they would have changed much of the structures and institutions in Singapore to benefit themselves, and what happens to the lives of Singaporeans? Well, poverty has increased from 15% in 2000 to 30% today.

Whose fault? I leave it to you now to decide if you want to keep putting our lives at risk or if you want to do something about it now and get rid of the PAP.

Also, some people think that by not voting for the PAP and giving a spoilt vote, they can stop the PAP. No, if you do that, it just means that the PAP will still win and your lives will still suffer. So, let’s stop being in denial and let’s stop not facing up to the truth. If we want to save ourselves and we want to make our lives better, then vote for the opposition. If we spoil our votes or if we waver, then we are doing ourselves in.

I leave it up to you now. The PAP will get me any moment now. When that happens, you stand up for yourselves, or you lose your chance.

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26 comments

  1. jason

    Is M. Ravi helping you or helping to destroy you? I watched the video by Teo Eng Ming in previous article on 50min it shows your own lawyer claiming that you are absconding with the donation and that he is applying Mareva Injunction against you.

    • sandy

      Looks like there is a communication blackout between Ravi and Roy. The secretary that Ravi hired did not inform Ravi that money has already been delivered to him on 22nd Jan with receipts issued to Roy. Ravi assumed that Roy is withholding the money. This is certainly Ravi’s failure to perform his duty to his client. The communication blackout could cause a rift between them. If the ISP is not reliable, they should use a secured channel to prevent sabotage in future just like you should not trust a newcomer to receive client’s money.

  2. Abdull Hamid Bin Ahmad

    Don’t believe whatever the Pappies tell you regarding your CPF and CPF Life, it’s all a lie. I just got my CPF Basic Plan certificate telling me annuity premium deducted: $4,144.64, CPF Life payout from age 65, that is 10 years from now: $367-$403., imagine what is $403 in 10 years from now. I prefer to get all my CPF now so I could invest in property in our neighboring country, it would give me better return in 10 years time.

  3. President Teo En Ming, Federation of the Universe

    Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore Want Teo En Ming Dead

    Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore want Teo En Ming dead. Lee Kuan Yew and Lee Hsien Loong want Teo En Ming to die young. I am only 36 years old. I do not want to die young. I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!! I want to live to a hundred years old and beyond!!!

    In fact, I want to live forever!!! I want to be an immortal!!!

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    In fact, I want to live forever!!! I want to be an immortal!!!

    In fact, I want to live forever!!! I want to be an immortal!!!

    In fact, I want to live forever!!! I want to be an immortal!!!

    Teo En Ming has filed an official complaint against the Singapore Government at the United Nations Human Rights Council Branch and the International Criminal Court. Read the letter here:

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    Mr. Teo En Ming’s Open Letter (Plea for Medical Help/Assistance) to World Leaders dated 27 August 2010. The letter dated 27 August 2010 is the most recent letter! Read the letter here:

    http://lists.mcs.anl.gov/pipermail/mpich-discuss/2010-August/007811.html

    Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
    Singapore Citizen
    Republic of Singapore
    7th Feb 2015 Saturday Singapore Time

  4. President Teo En Ming, Federation of the Universe

    Dear Fabrications About The PAP and other Facebook Users,

    Roy Ngerng Yi Ling DID NOT flee Singapore and abscond with the donated money. There is very clearly a mis-understanding between M Ravi and Roy Ngerng, as explained to me by Leslie Chew and various quarters. We are trying to patch things up between M Ravi and Roy Ngerng. We sincerely hope M Ravi and Roy Ngerng could still remain as friends. The Singapore Government is apparently trying to sow discord between M Ravi and Roy Ngerng. Please delete and stop circulating my video. This video is my intellectual property, I filmed it and it cannot be used without my express permission. Again, I request you to delete and stop circulating my video as soon as possible. I have also taken down my Original Youtube video. Thank you very much.

    Yours sincerely,

    Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
    Singapore Citizen

    • jonas kwok

      … And do you also check what’s the interest rate in Malaysian banks for Ringgit? Compare it with SGD please ^-^

  5. Roy be accountable

    Roy,

    Since you are the champion of the transparency policy, please be accountable for your donations. Release a statement of accounts for what you received and spent.

    Walk your talk.

  6. President Teo En Ming, Federation of the Universe

    [YOUTUBE VIDEO] Launch of the Singapore Democratic Party Economic Policy Paper by Dr. Chee Soon Juan on 7 Feb 2015 Saturday

    Dear Citizens of the World,

    I have just completed uploading my video coverage of the presentation by Dr. Chee Soon Juan to Youtube at 6:25 PM SGT. Video rendering on my Intel Core i5 4430 desktop computer took a solid 4 hours for a 2 hr video. Youtube may take another 10 hours to process my video before it becomes online. Please wait patiently for my Youtube video. The presentation by Dr. Chee Soon Juan started at 2:00 PM SGT on 7 Feb 2015 Sat. I was late for the presentation by 45 minutes due to another important matter that I had taken up. I am very very sorry for being late.

    Filmed by Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
    Singapore Citizen
    8 Feb 2015 Sunday

    COPYRIGHT NOTICE:

    COPYRIGHT © 2015 TEO EN MING (ZHANG ENMING)
    SINGAPORE +65-9117-5902

  7. SIMPLE

    ROY’s estimates are that the least that any Singaporean would need to earn on a monthly basis is $1,500 to $2,000 to survive in Singapore.

    So, why does the PAP say that $650 to $700 is enough? Where are their calculations? How did they derive $650 to $700? Ask them to show us their calculations, if there is even any, and I can assure you we will be shocked by it. You will laugh at it.
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    Roy therefore agreed that CPF’s minimum sum should be at least $161,000. Why ? Because this sum will give around 1300 per month.
    Maybe he disagreed about:
    1) interest rate of 2.5+1 to 4+1 is too low. Maybe he should propose having additional 1.2%, 1.5% instead of 1%?
    2) If $650 is not enough, returning part of the CPF will make it worse.
    Why did he support the SDP’s proposal? GIC is able to earn 6% because of its massive deposit, can we after we get back CPF able to earn what GIC earn (6%).
    If GIC lose money, it can recover their losses later, if we lose it will be gone forever.

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  9. SIMPLE

    Roy, sorry for asking. Did you change your surname? Did your dad also hv surname Ngerng? Do you have vietnamese ancestor?
    Again sorry, ask out of curiosity.

  10. teoenming3

    Dear National Heart Centre Singapore, Dr. Lim Tiong Keng, Dr. Jack
    Tan, Changi General Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore General
    Hospital, United Nations Human Rights Council, UN Special Rapporteur on
    Torture, United Nations Human Rights Treaty Bodies, Doctors without
    Borders, Reporters without Borders, Human Rights Watch, the
    International Criminal Court, European Court of Human Rights, Court of
    Justice of the European Union, General Court of the European Union, and
    Wong Siew Wah @ Pinnacle Credit Services Pte Ltd,

    FILE NO: PA9104228
    BILL NO: H114056756D0001

    Could you tell Dr. Lim Tiong Keng at the National Heart Centre
    Singapore that I want to do a FULL Chest MRI to find out the cause of my
    intermittent mild chest pain? My intermittent mild chest pain is
    occurring randomly. On some days, I may not notice the chest pain at
    all. However, on other days, my intermittent mild chest pain may occur
    more frequently. The location of the intermittent mild chest pain is
    somewhere near the center of the chest and slightly offset to the left.
    There was a sudden onset of intermittent mild chest pain since 2nd
    October 2014, which is almost six months already. I am still considering
    a 2nd CT coronary angiogram as I fear it may cause CANCER. I have
    already went through two CT scans in the past. The first one is a CT
    coronary angiogram done at Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore in
    November 2011. Everything was NORMAL. Zero percent stenosis and zero
    calcium score in all tests. Perfect health report card!!! The second one
    is a CT brain scan without contrast agent done at Tan Tock Seng Hospital
    in Singapore recently. It was also NORMAL. Hence I have only done two CT
    scans so far. I am afraid to do another CT coronary angiogram as it may
    cause CANCER. Computed Tomography (CT) scans involve large amounts of
    harmful ionizing radiation.

    Very recently (December 2014 I think) my 24-hour electrocardiogram
    Holter test and Cardiac MRI done at National Heart Center Singapore
    were also normal. But Dr. Lim Tiong Keng said that he cannot confirm
    whether I have blockages/narrowing in the coronary arteries without
    another CT coronary angiogram. Should I do another CT coronary
    angiogram in the view that it may cause cancer? Dr Lim Tiong Keng also
    told me that my cholesterol and triglycerides levels are very high. I
    took the cholesterol-lowering medicine atorvastatin every day without
    fail and it has brought my cholesterol and triglycerides levels under
    control.

    I have sudden onset of intermittent mild chest pain since early
    October 2014, which is almost six months already. I have been to
    hospital emergency departments in Singapore NUMEROUS times (I LOST COUNT
    ALREADY) complaining about intermittent mild chest pain but the
    emergency doctors in Singapore always tell me that my simple blood test
    and simple ECG are normal and they always sent me home without further
    investigations. The emergency doctors in Singapore are not interested in
    investigating the cause of my intermittent mild chest pain at all. They
    conveniently say it is a-typical chest pain and probably due to
    muscular-skeletal pain rather than coronary heart disease. All the
    Singapore doctors I have seen are not doing anything about my
    intermittent mild chest pain at all. A few Singapore doctors even wanted
    to prescribe me PANADOL/PARACETAMOL for my intermittent mild chest pain.
    What good is Panadol/Paracetamol in treating heart disease, if it is
    indeed heart disease which I am suffering from? These Singapore doctors
    simply don’t want to solve the ROOT CAUSE of my intermittent mild chest
    pain. How can Panadol treat heart disease? For God’s sake, it is for treating headaches and fevers
    only!!!

    I should be prescribed anticoagulants, also called blood thinners;
    aspirin and other anticlotting medicines; ACE inhibitors; beta blockers;
    calcium channel blockers; nitroglycerin; glycoprotein IIb-IIIa; statins;
    and fish oil and other supplements high in omega-3 fatty acids instead.

    If there are narrowed coronary arteries in my body, I should undergo
    angioplasty, stenting, and coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG).

    I have mentioned before a lot of times that I am being persecuted,
    targeted, blacklisted, and condemned by the Singapore Government for
    ***UNWITTINGLY*** offending Minister Mentor LEE KUAN YEW and Prime
    Minister LEE HSIEN LOONG in the year 2007 and 2009.

    Yes, I have access to health care in Singapore. The doctors in
    Singapore are willing to see me. Because I have been unemployed for
    more than one year, I get free medical consultation and free medical
    examination, all paid for by the Singapore Government.

    BUT all the Singapore doctors I have seen CONSISTENTLY REFUSE to
    certify/diagnose that I have coronary heart disease. So do I have
    heart disease or not? Having intermittent mild chest pain for five
    months or more is almost a sure sign that I have narrowing of the
    coronary arteries (angina). By refusing to certify that I have heart
    disease, the doctors in Singapore can avoid giving me the correct
    treatment for my medical condition. So the doctors in Singapore are
    willing to see me but give me the wrong diagnosis (that is,
    muscular-skeletal pain in the chest) and give me the wrong treatment
    (Panadol for chest pain!!!!!)

    *****FROM THE WAY I SEE IT, IT IS A ((SUBTLE)) DENIAL OF MEDICAL
    TREATMENT BY THE SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT. I HAVE BEEN MARGINALISED.*****
    VERY VERY SUBTLE INDEED.

    I DO NOT WANT TO DROP DEAD SUDDENLY. I DO NOT WANT TO DIE YOUNG. I AM
    ONLY 36 YEARS OLD. Come 5 March 2015, I will be 37 years old.

    I WANT TO LIVE TO A HUNDRED YEARS OLD AND BEYOND.

    I WANT TO LIVE TO A HUNDRED YEARS OLD AND BEYOND.

    I WANT TO LIVE TO A HUNDRED YEARS OLD AND BEYOND.

    I WANT TO LIVE TO A HUNDRED YEARS OLD AND BEYOND.

    I WANT TO LIVE TO A HUNDRED YEARS OLD AND BEYOND.

    It is known that the marine creature Jellyfish is biologically
    immortal. It simply refuses to die. If jellyfish can be biologically
    immortal, why can’t human beings be immortal as well? It is certainly
    not impossible and far-fetched to say that human beings will become
    biologically immortal in the near future. Who knows? Anything in the
    Universe is possible. As a scientist, you need to have an open mind.

    I ALSO WANT TO BE AN IMMORTAL LIKE THE JELLYFISH AND LIVE FOREVER!

    I ALSO WANT TO BE AN IMMORTAL LIKE THE JELLYFISH AND LIVE FOREVER!

    I ALSO WANT TO BE AN IMMORTAL LIKE THE JELLYFISH AND LIVE FOREVER!

    I ALSO WANT TO BE AN IMMORTAL LIKE THE JELLYFISH AND LIVE FOREVER!

    I ALSO WANT TO BE AN IMMORTAL LIKE THE JELLYFISH AND LIVE FOREVER!

    Please transmit my entire letter to Dr. Lim Tiong Keng and ask his
    secretary to call me to fix an appointment for Full Chest MRI. I would
    also like to consult Dr. Jack Tan at the National Heart Center Singapore
    as well. Dr. Jack Tan has been recommended to me by Pius Gilbert Louis,
    who is also targeted by the Singapore Government and the Secret Police
    in Singapore. Gilbert Louis says that the Secret Police in Singapore is trying to kill him. He has suffered five heart attacks and survived. He suspects that the Secret Police in Singapore has tainted his food with poison, which causes him to suffer heart attacks.

    I have visited the emergency departments in public hospitals in
    Singapore many many many times but no medical professional gives a
    damn about my intermittent mild chest pain. They simply don’t care. The
    doctors I have seen in Singapore don’t bother investigating the real
    cause of my intermittent mild chest pain. I am always discharged by the
    emergency doctors who always say that my blood test and ECG are normal.
    The American National Institute of Health website has already stated
    that chest pain is one of the symptoms of heart disease. It is also
    COMMON SENSE that if you have chest pain for a prolonged period of time
    like several months, it is very likely to be due to heart
    disease. I WONDER WHY THE DOCTORS IN SINGAPORE DON’T HAVE COMMON SENSE?
    What is holding the doctors in Singapore back from certifying
    that I have coronary heart disease? Did Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
    and Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew gave a call to all the doctors in
    Singapore telling them not to save my life??? Were all the doctors in
    Singapore warned, threatened, or bribed by the Singapore Government not
    to save my life?

    I have a very strong belief that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and
    Minister Lee Kuan Yew want me to be very complacent about my health and
    they want me to die young.

    I have a very strong belief that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and
    Minister Lee Kuan Yew want me to be very complacent about my health and
    they want me to die young.

    I have a very strong belief that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and
    Minister Lee Kuan Yew want me to be very complacent about my health and
    they want me to die young.

    I have a very strong belief that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and
    Minister Lee Kuan Yew want me to be very complacent about my health and
    they want me to die young.

    I have a very strong belief that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and
    Minister Lee Kuan Yew want me to be very complacent about my health and
    they want me to die young.

    They can live to a ripe old age but I can’t? By the way, both of my parents are already over 70 years old.

    Thank you very much for your kind attention.

    I am looking forward to your prompt reply.

    Yours sincerely,

    Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
    Singapore Citizen
    Mobile: +65 9117 5902
    Fax: +65 6725 0731
    Republic of Singapore

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