What did Ong Teng Cheong do?

What did Ong Teng Cheong do?

Ong Teng Cheong GCMG (Chinese: 王鼎昌; pinyin: Wáng Dǐngchāng; 22 January 1936 – 8 February 2002) was a Singaporean politician and architect who served as the fifth President of Singapore between 1993 and 1999. Prior to his presidency, he was the country’s deputy prime minister.

When did Ong Teng Cheong died?

February 8, 2002Ong Teng Cheong / Date of death

Who is the first president of Singapore?

When Singapore became an independent nation on 9 August 1965, the seat of Head of State was renamed Office of the President and Yusof bin Ishak, Singapore’s first Malayan-born Yang di-Pertuan Negara appointed since 1959, became the first president of the Republic of Singapore.

Who is the 6th President of Singapore?

S. R. Nathan

Sellapan Ramanathan DUT (First Class) PJG
Ramanathan in December 2006
6th President of Singapore
In office 1 September 1999 – 31 August 2011
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Who is the second president of Singapore?

Benjamin Henry Sheares (Dr) (b. 12 August 1907, Singapore–d. 12 May 1981, Singapore) was the second president of the Republic of Singapore. He held this office from 2 January 1971 at the age of 63 until his death on 12 May 1981.

Who is the current deputy prime minister of Singapore?

Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore

Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore
Incumbent Heng Swee Keat since 1 May 2019
Style Deputy Prime Minister (informal) The Honourable (formal) His Excellency (diplomatic)
Abbreviation DPM
Appointer Prime Minister

When did Tony Tan Caktiong started the business?

Tony Tan Caktiong is the Chairman of Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), the undisputed leader in the Philippine’s fast food industry. He started the business with two ice cream parlors in 1975, and created Jollibee in 1978.