Deputy Prime Minister, Prime Minister's Office Kan Seng Wong of Singapore

Mr Wong is accompanied by officials from MHA and OSU.
As the Minister for Home Affairs, Wong has been a key figure in overseeing emergency planning, dealing with internal threats such as cults and terrorists, involved in law and order, border security rooting out criminals and illegal immigrants, and being tough on drugs.
Wong was then responsible for coordinating the inter-ministerial nation-wide effort to counter the epidemic.
Wong expressed his regret in Parliament for the escape on the day after the occurrence, but stopped short of apologising for it.
was recently invoked against three bloggers.
attractions such as Sentosa IR or Singapore Flywheel.
Mr Wong said freedom of expression does not give anyone the licence to insult anothers religion or race.
Mr Wong said Singaporeans value the racial and religious harmony they enjoy here.
Suddenly Mr Wong is the PAP spokeperson on truth, honesty and credibility.
So far, the latest news is that PM Lee has declared that DPM Wong is not to blame for the incident.
Wong is also a deputy prime minister.
Mr Wong is also the co-Chairman of the Singapore-China Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation,the Suzhou Industrial Park Joint Steering Committee and the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city Joint Steering Council,as well as the Qatar-Singapore High Level Joint Committee.
On this issue, Mr Wong is precisely the best person to clean up, to continue the hunt for Mas Selamat.
Mr Wong is precisely the best person to clean up, to continue the hunt for Mas Selamat.
Wong is considered to be part of Singapore's third-generation leadership that includes Lee Hsien Loong, S Jayakumar, Yeo Cheow Tong, Mah Bow Tan and others.
Wong received his education from Outram Secondary School during his Secondary and Pre-University school years.
On 1 September 2005, Wong took over as Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore when Dr Tony Tan stepped down.
In February 1985, Mr Wong was appointed Minister of State (Home Affairs, briefly) and (Community Development), and (Communications and Information.
Mr Wong was appointed the Deputy Prime Minister on 1 September 2005.
Mr Wong is also the co-Chairman of the Singapore-China Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation and the Suzhou Industrial Park Joint Steering Committee, as well as the Qatar-Singapore High Level Joint Committee.
Mr Wong was the Deputy Chairman of People's Association for 15 years from 1992 to 2006.
Apart from appointments in the Government, Mr Wong is the Adviser of the National Transport Workers' Union since 1985.
Mr Wong has been a member of the People's Action Party's Central Executive Committee since 1987 and was its Second Assistant Secretary-General since 1992.
For his contributions to the Civil Service and Labour Movement, Mr Wong was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 1976 and the National Trade Union Congress May Day Medal of Honour in 1998.
Since DPM Wong has been the Minister for Home Affairs since 1994, he clearly is liable for allowing complacency as well as these systemic failings to creep into ISDs operational culture.
Mr Wong said the ISDs command director, whom the superintendent reported to, has also been relieved of his duties on April 24.
Although the command director was neither directly nor indirectly linked to the lapses of specific officers down the line, and he was not at fault over the lapses, Mr Wong said he was formally the apex of the supervisory and management chain of command overseeing the detention centre.
strategy to ensure the country’s long-term growth and prosperity.
Wong was credited for his highly successful handling of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) crisis in 2003.
As for the National Solidarity Party's Non-Constituency MP, Mr Wong had this to say: 'Mr Steve Chia did raise many issues and questions, but none of significance that will change the lives of Singaporeans.
Ah Wong is probably one of the most useless ministers in the cabinet.