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  • Pictures from a sailor's son showcase the navy's unseen work of protecting Singapores

    [StraitsTimes Published May 12, 2017, 9:47 pm SGT]

    SINGAPORE - Freelance photographer Chen Chuanren grew up hearing stories of the sea from his father, who sailed for about 27 years.

    The 29-year-old also attended the Navy open house almost every year, and has lived in Marine Parade since he was two years old, where he could see the sea every day from his HDB flat.

    Mr Chen would frequent the East Coast Park to look at the ships berthed not far from shore.         [continue reading]

  • 2011 TaiChung-Life Magazine interview

  • 2011 LongJie article on tradewinds

  • In Traditional Chinese Language. PDF version.

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    A group of Shanghai-based investors is moving into the cruise trades with ambitions to open up China, newly formed Capital Global Dragon Ltd has emberged as the buyer of Singaporean casino-cruise operator Asian Cruise International's 18,500gt Long Jie [built 1972], which was reported sold at the end of January.         [continue reading]
  • 2008 Jupiter in Korea Magazine

  • 2005 cruise and ferry

  • In Korea Language. PDF version.

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    It was estimated that by 2006, Asia Pacific population is expected to grow to three billion. From this simplistic population number, one can infer that Asia has the number for mass cruising. When we further use a market-to-population penetration calculation, we extrapolated about 14 million potential passegers.         [continue reading]
  • 2004 seatrade cruise review

  • 2001 cruise and ferry

  • V.Ships (Asia Pacific)'s managing director Daniel Chui strides lithely onboard the 194 suite, 28,258gt Silver Shadow, on a recent stopover in Singapore. His local office is the gsa for the Asia Pacific region for Silversea, as well as Carnival Cruise Line, Costa, Disney and Radisson Sever Seas Cruises.        [continue reading] Mr Daniel Chui smiles with mystique when he talks about the special projects what he is currently immersed into. However he is careful not to reveal the secrest of his labour just yet. The Managing Director of V.Ships Asia Pacific, Mr Chui has been through the thick and thin of the cruise business in Asia.         [continue reading]

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