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17 August 2016
The Straits Times

"POKEMON GO PLAYER, MOTORIST HELD AFTER THEY COME TO BLOWS"

Honking at pedestrian apparently engrossed in game while crossing a carpark entrance sparks fight
Excerpt from article: ‘Lawyer Chia Boon Teck warned that players risk running afoul of the law if they are not careful. “The most common offence that players are likely to commit is set out in Section 13(1)(e) of the Miscellaneous Offences (Public Order and Nuisance) Act which makes it an offence to obstruct or interfere with the traffic in any public road while playing any game or using any telephone…players who cause any common injury, danger or annoyance to the public could also be considered a public nuisance, and fined up to $1,000 for the offence.”‘

15 August 2016
The Straits Times

"BT SALUTES ENTERPRISE SPECIAL"

A total of 31 businesses were serenaded and celebrated at the BT Salutes Enterprise gala dinner on July 28.
Chia Wong LLP is honoured by The Business Times in the BT Salutes Enterprise series.

21 July 2016
The Straits Times

"FROM BABY STEPS TO BOLD CHARGES"

Whichever stage of growth SMEs are at, they are always on the lookout for new opportunities
Chia Wong LLP is honoured by The Business Times in the BT Salutes Enterprise series.

22 March 2016
The New Paper

"HE FILMED 18 VIDEOS OF WOMEN CHANGING"

Excerpt from article: ‘In mitigation, Tan’s lawyer, Mr Chia Boon Teck, said his client has since received psychiatric treatment. “The accused (Tan) is young and self-driven, and has plans to work in the finance industry in the future. An imprisonment term would destroy him.”’

16 March 2016
The New Paper

"OH SNAP!"

Local photographer and British model in Sentosa beach nude shoot warned for indecency
“[Under the law], any person who appears nude or clad in such a manner as to offend against public decency in a public place, is guilty of an offence which carries a fine not exceeding $2,000 and/or a jail term not exceeding three months. The photographer may also be accused of violating section 11 of the Undesirable Publications Act, under which anyone who makes or produces any obscene publication, including photographs, ‘knowing or having reasonable cause to believe the publication to be obscene,’ can be fined up to $10,000 and/or jailed up to two years.” — Mr. Chia Boon Teck