9/01/2008

The people behind our Olympic medal

Singapore Table Tennis Association Board Members. This list was posted by a forumer in TOC. Advisers Ms. Grace Fu Hai Yien Mr. Liang Eng Hwa Mr. Yeo Guat Kwang Mr. Chan Soo Sen Mr. Choo Wee Khiang Honorary Presidents Mr. Goi Seng Hui Mr. Tony Phua Mr Seah Moon Ming President Ms. Lee Bee Wah Deputy Presidents Mr. Jack Soh Tze Churn Mr. Ng Ah Hwee Mr. Seah Chwee Lim Vice Presidents Mr. Low Chee Seng Mr. Chew Soo Sheng Mr. Teo Hock Hoe Mr. Han Ngge Juan Mr. Lau Pub Taai Honorary Secretary Mr. Soon Min Sin Honorary Assistant Secretary Mr. Teo Nam Meng Honorary Treasurer Ms. Judy Sim Hock Cheng Honorary Assistant Treasurer Mr. Tang Shiuh Huei Legal Adviser Dr. William Koh Hai Keong Committee Members Mr. Foo Soo Peng Mr. Chia Wing Yew Mr. Tang Mun Fai Mr. Pang Tow Chai Richard Mr. Oh Eng Tiong Mr. Ong Teng Dit Mr. Tan Guan Kee Mr. Thomas Yong Mr. Loh Men Kuan Mr. Chan Pong Heng Mr. Steven Loi Mr. Chang Foo Chiang Mr. Timothy Ng Cheong Lum Mr. Ho Kok Khun Mr. John Tan Wui Meng Chief Executive Officer Mr Jackie Tay Auditor C C Yang & Co While everyone is celebrating the success of the Table Tennis Team, we shall not forget the contribution of all these people who have worked very hard behind the scene to make it possible. They are the unsung heroes in this saga and some recognition must surely be due to them. All 38 of them, including one minister of state, 3 MPs and one ex MP.

18 comments:

sgnewsalt said...

Just as bad at Singapore Dragon Boat Association.

Anonymous said...

walau so many chief sitting bulls. They now got some prominence becos of 3 lady warriors.

Anonymous said...

Damn! They have more people running it than players!

Anonymous said...

Even sports are politicise. This is really too much....

Anonymous said...

That is why those people moving to set up regulatory body for blogging better beware. The body will also be politicise, by hook or by crook! Then, as the Chinese saying goes - Have eyes cry no tears.

Anonymous said...

Why would the STTA need a legal adviser? Why the fark are so many politicians doing in STTA? Prospecting for gold?

Anonymous said...

knn, one manager is enough to run the STTA, how big is the organisation? Got ceo and president some more, might as well add directors.

Anonymous said...

That many people... may be pay off

redbean said...

i think they are all volunteers and not being paid for it. this is just a sports association.

Anonymous said...

To the Volunteer, Cheer.

Xtrocious said...

Really very bloated leh...

Need 3 vice presidents and so many MPs as advisors...

More like a stat board than a sport association

Anonymous said...

This is the Singapore system, 84 MPs, three Ministers to do the job of 1 PM and to think they belong to the first division. I guess we need only one division two MP like Chiam and Low to do a good job while we need so many division one to pat each other on the back.

Anonymous said...

Intangible benefits ... that's why u got a whole bee-hive there.

They volunteer to look after each other.

redbean said...

hi xtrocious,

welcome to the blog.

all you people must try to look at things from the correct perspective. singaporeans are very reluctant to volunteer for any thankless job that does not come with a fat pay check. here we have so many fat cats volunteering to work for free. isn't that nice?

let's appreciate the good they have done.

Anonymous said...

redbean,
you are clearly wrong. These volunteers do it to climb the singapore Inc ladder ! Make it look good on their resume so to climb faster and make into million-dollar elite gahmen club !

The reasons are that with so many people, they have less thing to do for each person, but credit they still put on resume. Do so little and get so much especially for table tennis sport that should is the only sure win sport in Singapore !

Don't ask how I know but i can tell you this is no secret.

redbean said...

well, you have enlightened me.

Anonymous said...

how many people does it take to play a ping pong games???
Apparently alot...some just to hold balls...

Anonymous said...

mmm..ping pong conglomerate.