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Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is an island city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometres (85 mi) north of the equator, south of the Malaysian state of Johor and north of Indonesia's Riau Islands. At 710.2 km2 (274.2 sq mi),[8] Singapore is a microstate and the smallest nation in Southeast Asia. It is substantially larger than Monaco and Vatican City, the only other present-day sovereign city-states.

Singapore is an alpha World City. Singapore is unique as it is the only country in Asia which has English as its first language. Singapore also has one of the highest percentage of foreigners in the world. 36% of the population in Singapore are foreigners and foreigners make up 50% of the service sector in Singapore.

Even before independence in 1965, Singapore was already one of the richest states in East Asia due to its strategic location as a trading port. Its GDP per capita then was $511, roughly the same as Portugal. In comparison, both South Korea and China had a GDP per capita of $105 and $90 respectively in 1965 After independence, Foreign direct investment into Singapore and a state-led drive to industrialization based on plans drawn up by Goh Keng Swee and Albert Winsemius have created a modern economy focused on industry, education and urban planning. Singapore is the 5th wealthiest country in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) per capita and 23rd wealthiest in terms of GDP (nominal) per capita. As of January 2009, Singapore's official foreign reserves stand at US$170.3 billion (9th in the world). The city state is also the second most crowded country in the world after Monaco.

In 2009, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Singapore the tenth most expensive city in the world in which to live—the third in Asia, after Tokyo and Osaka. The 2009 Cost of Living survey, by consultancy firm Mercer, has ranked Singapore similarly as the tenth most expensive city for expatriates to live in.

The population of Singapore including non-residents is approximately 4.99 million. Singapore is highly cosmopolitan and diverse with Chinese people forming an ethnic majority with large populations of Malay, Indian and other people. English, Malay, Tamil, and Chinese are the official languages.
Singapore is a parliamentary republic, and the Constitution of Singapore establishes representative democracy as the nation's political system.[19] The People's Action Party (PAP) dominates the political process and has won control of Parliament in every election since self-government in 1959. Freedom House ranks Singapore as "partly free" in its "Freedom in the World report" and The Economist ranks Singapore as a "hybrid regime" in its "Democracy Index".


Main article: Media of Singapore
Around 78,000[citation needed] people work in the media in Singapore, including publishing, print, broadcasting, film, music, digital and IT media sectors. The industry contributed 1.56% to Singapore's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2001 with an annual turnover of S$10 billion($6.6b,€5.1b). The industry grew at an average rate of 7.7% annually from 1990 to 2000, and the government seeks to increase its GDP contribution to 3% by 2012.
The "Singapore government" says the media play an important role in the country, and describes the city as one of the key strategic media centres in the Asia-Pacific region. The goal of the government's Media 21 plan, launched in 2002, is to establish Singapore as a global media hub.
In its Annual Worldwide Press Freedom Index for 2004, Reporters Without Borders ranked Singapore 147 out of 167. Most of the local media are directly or indirectly controlled by the government through shareholdings of these media entities by the state's investment arm Temasek Holdings, and are often perceived as pro-government.

Main article: Broadcasting in Singapore
State-owned MediaCorp operates all seven free-to-air terrestrial local television channels licensed to broadcast in Singapore, as well as 14 radio channels. Radio and television stations are all government-owned entities. The radio stations are mainly operated by MediaCorp with the exception of four stations, which are operated by SAFRA Radio and SPH UnionWorks respectively. The Cable and IPTV Pay-TV Service are owned by Starhub TV and Singtel Mio TV. Private ownership of satellite dish receivers capable of viewing uncensored televised content from abroad is illegal.


There are a total of 16 newspapers in active circulation. Daily newspapers are published in English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil.

The print media are dominated by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), government-linked publisher of the flagship English-language daily, The Straits Times. SPH publishes all other daily newspapers, including a free bilingual daily, My Paper -- which claims to be the world's first, with equal coverage in both English and Chinese -- with the exception of Today, a free English-language tabloid published by the state-owned broadcaster MediaCorp, as well as an online version.[110] Most of these papers have parallel online versions. English-language SPH papers available online include The Straits Times, Business Times, and The New Paper.

There are also several popular magazines circulating in Singapore, like i-weekly, 8 days, Citta Bella, Her World, Brides, Men's Health and FHM Singapore. (Credit: Wikipedia)


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AsianLogic to Sponsor Fire&Ice 2009
17th December 2008

18 December 2008 (London, UK) – Ground breaking Asia-Pacific gaming company AsianLogic will cap their presence at IGE in January by sponsoring Fire&Ice on January 28th. Fire&Ice, held each year between the IGE (formerly ICE) and CAP tradeshows, brings online gambling executives, operators, affiliates, media and suppliers together for a decadent evening befitting an industry which sets the standard for digital entertainment.

“Whenever we are involved in an Asian Poker Tour event or an industry affair such as ICE, or any marketing endeavor, we always look to deliver a highly entertaining and visually stimulating experience to our players, partners and guests. Fire&Ice is an exceptional platform to host our VIPs and we’re gearing up for what promises to be another memorable evening,” says Tom Hall, CEO of AsianLogic.

“The Cake Poker Network will be a Fire&Ice sponsor for the first time this year. Their army of Cake Poker chefs will serve up a special treat at midnight. “Last year we reserved a VIP table at Fire&Ice and this year we realized the benefit of having a slightly larger presence in front of the who’s who in the industry,” said the Cake Poker Network Team.

“The sponsors and the industry make Fire&Ice what it is, and I’m extremely proud to have first-class brands on board again this year!” says event producer Jodie Thind. “How do we top last year’s burlesque circus at the Hippodrome? To start, we’ve got an amazing venue and we have amazing sponsors on board. We’ll announce more details soon but this year’s event will be one you’d hate to miss…stay tuned.”

Fire& Ice is a free event for all iGaming execs and sponsorship opportunities ranging in size are still available for Fire & Ice 2009. Please contact Jodie Thind for sponsorship opportunities:

About Fire & Ice (

Lyceum Fire & Ice is the largest and most decadent iGaming social event on the entertainment calendar. It brings online gambling executives, operators, affiliates, media and suppliers together to a unique informal event, which epitomizes an industry that is on the cutting edge of digital entertainment. Now in its eighth year Fire&Ice is produced by London iGaming PR and events specialists, Lyceum Media (

About AsianLogic (ALOG) (

AsianLogic (AIM: ALOG) is a leading online and land-based gaming company focused on the Asia-Pacific markets. Listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, it operates several online casino and online poker brands and is engaged in the development, operations and marketing of peer-to-peer gaming, Asian-themed games, and sports betting. The Company also owns the Asian Poker Tour, a premier live poker tournament.

The Company also maintains a corporate advisory team specialising in the gaming sector which is an active investor in gaming-related businesses as well as providing consultancy and analytical services. It enjoys strong commercial relationships with leading gaming providers including Playtech and LVS.

About The Cake Poker Network (

The Cake Poker Network caters to a select group of partners; ones that uphold its company values and that require a more tailored service rather than a standard “out of the box” solution. Whether you are looking to add poker to your existing site or upgrade your current poker offering, the Cake Poker Network will position you to succeed by providing a wide range of customizable services and solutions to fit your requirements. Your success is ensured by their Flexibility, Liquidity and Integrity. Their philosophy towards you is simple: Offer world class solutions to world class partners.


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