这人被新加坡驱逐了,跟纽约鲍勃风格差不多

作者:change?  于 2017-8-5 02:29 发表于 最热闹的华人社交网络--贝壳村

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被指为外国间谍遭新加坡驱逐 华裔学者黄靖否认指控
黄靖经常在中国主要媒体发表文章和评论

【博闻社】新加坡8月4日宣布驱逐该国国立大学的华裔著名学者黄靖,黄靖被指为外国政府作代理人对新加坡施加影响。

被指参与了损害新加坡国家利益的活动的黄靖,是新加坡国立大学李光耀公共政策学院特聘讲座教授、亚洲与全球化研究所所长。

黄靖和妻子杨秀萍是美国公民。黄靖自2008年开始在新加坡作学者。黄靖早年毕业于中国四川大学,还拥有中国复旦大学历史学硕士和美国哈佛大学政治学博士学位。

新加坡内政部还指黄靖妻子杨秀萍对黄靖为外国政府服务知情,也和黄靖一起被永久驱逐。新加坡当局没有具体说明黄靖在为哪国政府服务。

不过新加坡国立大学李光耀公共政策学院的网站上介绍说,黄靖在中国国家媒体上发表过许多文章和评论,包括新华社和人民日报等媒体。

黄靖接受《南华早报》访问时表示他已接到新加坡政府方面的通知,但他否认所有指责。

他说,指他是试图影响舆论的外国代理完全是无稽之谈,并质疑当局为何不明确说出所指是哪个国家,究竟是美国还是中国?

他也说,会向他的律师和美国驻新加坡大使馆寻求协助。黄靖说,他已在新加坡落户,家人都在这里,他也在本地有房地产,当局不应如此对待他。“如果他们有证据,就应该把我告上法庭。”

目前还在上诉的黄靖,表示他还没有接到必须离开新加坡的确切日期。

同中国关系

如果新加坡当局证实黄靖教授为北京服务,那么最近本来已经紧张的新加坡同中国的关系更会雪上加霜。

新加坡内政部公告指黄靖同外国情报人员接触与合作,并利用他在李光耀公共政策学院的职位秘密帮助另外一个国家,对新加坡造成损害。

新加坡当局对黄靖做出指控的理由似乎是黄靖曾接触知名和有影响力的新加坡人,并向他们提供据说是来自某个国家的”保密信息”,希望以此影响他们对那个国家的看法。据说黄靖还招募其他人协助他达到上述目的。

新加坡国立大学已经表示中止了黄靖的职务。美国在新加坡使馆拒绝评论此事。

北京同新加坡有长期良好关系。今年早些时候新加坡的军用装甲车辆在台湾演习后转运香港返回新加坡途中被香港扣留,两国关系开始紧张。

当时中国就新加坡同台湾的军事合作向新加坡提出了外交抗议。

BBC/南华早报



LKY School professor Huang Jing banned, has PR cancelled, for being agent of influence for foreign country


The Ministry of Home Affairs announced that Huang Jing (pictured) and his wife Shirley Yang Xiuping, who are United States citizens, will be permanently banned from Singapore. The Ministry of Home Affairs announced that Huang Jing (pictured) and his wife Shirley Yang Xiuping, who are United States citizens, will be permanently banned from Singapore. PHOTO: ST FILE
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  • Huang Jing engaged prominent S'poreans and gave them what he said was “privileged information” to influence their opinions in favour of that country 
  • He gave privileged information to LKYSPP senior member, who conveyed this to very senior public officials in position to direct Singapore’s foreign policy   

SINGAPORE - A prominent academic from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy had his permanent residency cancelled on Friday (Aug 4), for working with a foreign government to influence Singapore's foreign policy and public opinion here.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) announced that Huang Jing and his wife Shirley Yang Xiuping, who are United States citizens, will be permanently banned from Singapore, in what is the first publicly known case of its kind in nearly two decades.

The ministry said in a statement that Dr Huang, 60, has been identified as "an agent of influence of a foreign country" who worked with intelligence organisations and agents from that country. It did not name the country.

Dr Huang was Director of the Centre on Asia and Globalisation and Lee Foundation Professor on US-China relations at the LKY School, which is part of the National University of Singapore (NUS), and his views on China and foreign policy issues were regularly sought by organisations and the media.

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"Huang used his senior position in the LKYSPP to deliberately and covertly advance the agenda of a foreign country at Singapore's expense. He did this in collaboration with foreign intelligence agents," said the ministry.


"This amounts to subversion and foreign interference in Singapore's domestic politics. Huang's continued presence in Singapore, and that of his wife, are therefore undesirable."

The Controller of Immigration has cancelled the couple's entry and re-entry permits, the ministry said.

It noted that Ms Yang was aware of her husband using his position to advance a foreign country's agenda.

Dr Huang had engaged prominent and influential Singaporeans, providing them with what he claimed was "privileged information" about the foreign country to influence their opinions in favour of that country, the ministry said.

It added that he also recruited others to aid his operations.

The ministry cited how Dr Huang gave supposedly "privileged information" to a senior member of the LKY School, so it could be passed on to the Singapore Government.

"The information was duly conveyed by that senior member of the LKYSPP to very senior public officials who were in a position to direct Singapore's foreign policy," it said.

"The clear intention was to use the information to cause the Singapore Government to change its foreign policy."

However, the Government declined to act on the information.

Dr Huang told the South China Morning Post that he had been notified by the government but denied the allegations.

“It’s nonsense to identify me as ‘an agent of influence’ for a foreign country,” he told the newspaper. “And why didn’t they identify which foreign country they’re referring to? Is it the US or China?”

He is still in Singapore, and said he would seek help from his lawyer and the US embassy here.

“My family and my home are all here. I have property in Singapore, too. How can they treat me like this? If they have evidence, they should take me to court,” he said, adding that he had not been given a deadline to leave.

Elaborating later, Dr Huang said he was asked to go to the ICA at 11am on Friday, and that he was told he had seven days to appeal to MHA.

He added that he was having dinner at Grand Shanghai Restaurant in Havelock Road with his wife and a friend when someone called her with the news.

The Government has in the past taken action against individuals who had carried out subversive activities for foreign countries.

In 1998, the Internal Security Department arrested four Singapore citizens. Three of them were agents for a foreign intelligence service, and one of them recruited the fourth person to collect intelligence on and to subvert a local community organisation.

Before he joined the LKY School, Dr Huang taught at several universities in the United States, most recently as a lecturer at Harvard University from 2013 to 2014.

He has published numerous articles, book chapters and columns and opinion pieces - including in ST and Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao - on Chinese elite politics, China's development strategy, its military and foreign policy, and US-China relations, among other topics.

He was director of the Asia Studies Program and associate professor of political science at Utah State University from 1994 to 2004, and was granted tenure in 1998.

He was a Shorenstein Fellow at Stanford University from 2002 to 2003, and became Senior Fellow at the John Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution from 2004 to 2008. Various foundations have also awarded him grants and fellowships.

Currently, he serves as a senior overseas economic analyst for Xinhua News Agency, and is an overseas advisor to the China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies.

He also sits on various boards, including Keppel Land, the Steering Committee of the NUS Research Institute in Suzhou, the Fujitsu-JAIMs Foundation Japan, and Chinese energy firm Wasion Group.

He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from Sichuan University, his Masters degree in history from Fudan University, and his doctorate from Harvard University.

A NUS spokesman said it had been informed of the ministry's findings that Dr Huang used his senior position to advance the agenda of a foreign country at Singapore's expense.

"This is a matter of serious concern, and LKYSPP is cooperating fully with MHA," she said.

"NUS does not tolerate such acts of foreign interference, even as we continue to value and uphold the diverse and international character of our University. As this matter relates to national security, the University is unable to comment on the details of the case," she added.

The spokesman added that in light of the ministry's findings and actions, Dr Huang has been suspended without pay with immediate effect.

"Prof Huang's employment at NUS is conditional on the necessary permits for working in Singapore. As these permits have been cancelled, we would not be able to continue with his employment," she said.

 


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9 回复 笑臉書生 2017-8-5 03:30
看来此位身为美国公民的教授又是䘮心病狂的为中共当特务
6 回复 change? 2017-8-5 05:56
笑臉書生: 看来此位身为美国公民的教授又是䘮心病狂的为中共当特务
太多了,这个坛子上就是一堆纳米级的文字特务。一切才刚刚开始。
6 回复 fanlaifuqu 2017-8-5 05:59
鄙视他!
6 回复 bigjack 2017-8-5 09:05
鄙视他!
5 回复 malian 2017-8-5 09:15
这些人最令人厌恶,为什么不敢承认,诚实很重要

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