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TERRY XU – THE ONLINE CITIZEN IS BACK, NOT BANNED FROM OPERATING OUTSIDE S’PORE

Terry Xu, the writer and editor in chief of The Online Citizen (TOC), said that TOC is “back” after being shut down by the IMDA on 16 September last year.

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He said that the courts of Singapore ruled that TOC is not allowed to operate in Singaspore, but not outside Singapore.

He added that his website operations will be transferred to a new company in Taiwan, while the Singapore entity is in the midst of closure.

He said that they are pleased to be back and that they will now focus on commentaries on current affairs in the Asian region.

Here is what he said

Dear supporters, past, present and future, we are back.

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While operations of The Online Citizen Asia (TOC) were shut down by Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) last year on 16 Sept, the ruling of the Singapore courts has made clear that we are not prohibited from operating from outside of Singapore.

Furthermore, both the operation of the website along with its social media platforms have been transferred to a new company that is registered in Taiwan while the old Singapore entity is in the midst of closure.

We are pleased to be back and look forward to serving you as an independent media platform once more.

There will however be some changes. There will not be any daily news reportage from TOC as the site will now focus on providing commentaries and analysis on current affairs in the Asian region.

I am currently overseas and will be relocating to Taiwan to start up a news media outlet which will provide daily news coverage in Asia.

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More will be announced in due course and we look forward to serving you again very soon!

Rgds,

Terry Xu

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