http://xialanxue.blogspot.com will be featured in the "Digital Life" section of the Straits Times tomorrow. To provide better clarity about the site's stand with regards to the Dawn Yang/Yeo issue and to guard against any misquotes, the following transcript is provided for reference.
This was the email I received from the Straits Times Reporter Melissa Lwee last wednesday.
This was my reply.
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