Monday, October 22, 2012

Erotic blogger Alvin Tan Jye Yee wants to continue having “a lot of sex” with partner Vivian Lee and he intends to keep recording the trysts.

  Erotic blogger Alvin Tan Jye Yee wants to continue having “a lot of sex” with partner Vivian Lee and he intends to keep recording the trysts.

‘Porn’ blogger says he wants to keep doing it

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Sex blogger says sorry to university for ‘victimless crime’

October 31, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 31 — Alvin Tan, the Malaysian at the centre of a controversy after he and his girlfriend posted in a joint blog photographs and videos of themselves having sex, apologised today to the National University of Singapore (NUS) for bringing disrepute to the school.
But Tan (picture, right)  also pointed out that he was the perpetrator of a victimless crime.
Speaking to reporters after a NUS disciplinary inquiry in Singapore today, law undergraduate Alvin Tan said: “I apologised for bringing disrepute to the school”.
But the 24 year-old said he had reiterated during the inquiry that what he did was done in his “own personal time as a private individual and not an NUS student”, Singapore’s Straits Times newspaper reported in its online edition today.
“What I did was a victimless crime,” the newspaper quoted him as saying.
“Nobody was really harmed or hurt in the process.”
Today’s inquiry started at 2.30pm and ended at 4pm.
He told The Straits Times yesterday evening that his girlfriend, 23-year-old Malaysian Vivian Lee, had wanted to accompany him to Singapore, but was stopped by her family.
NUS had said earlier that the board will review the case before deciding on the appropriate disciplinary action to be taken against Tan.
Tan said the school would inform him of the board’s decision in seven days, the newspaper reported.
Tan is a NUS law scholarship holder. After news broke of his joint blog with Lee, the university said it would investigate him based on disrepute charges.
He had publicised on a Singapore forum the link to his blog earlier this month.
The NUS student had said explicit photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend going viral was “exciting”, according to Yahoo! Singapore.
On the site “Sumptuous Erotica”, Tan and Lee said they loved posting details of their sex life on the web “for everyone to enjoy” and that they uploaded only self-made content.
The blog has since been taken down.
Tan went to Singapore under the Asean scholarship in 2004 and attended Xinmin Secondary School and Raffles Junior College before he went to NUS.
He is based in Kuala Lumpur, where he has an online business. His mother helps to run a family business, while his father works in sales.
The couple also faces the possibility of criminal prosecution and jail time if convicted for exhibiting obscene material after they posted photographs and videos of themselves having sex on their blog.
Malaysian Police Commercial Crimes chief Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan said recently that the authorities were considering taking action against the duo for violation of obscenity laws.
Under section 292 of the Penal Code, the couple could be prosecuted for exhibiting obscene material.
The punishment under the law is imprisonment for a term of up to three years or a fine.









 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex blogger Alvin to know fate at NUS within a week

Back to reality: Tan leaving National University of Singapore after the disciplinary hearing. He will know the university’s decision within seven days. Back to reality: Tan leaving National University of Singapore after the disciplinary hearing. He will know the university’s decision within seven days.
SINGAPORE: Erotic blogger Alvin Tan has apologised to the National University of Singapore (NUS) for “hurting” its image with his raunchy blog.
Tan, who attended a hearing with the NUS disciplinary board yesterday, will know within the next one week whether he will be expelled from the university for making his sex life public.
The final-year NUS law student, who is on an Asean scholarship, attended the hearing, which started at 2.30pm, alone.
Clad in a red polo top, jeans and the colourful beanie he wore in his sex blog, the 24-year-old appeared calm after the one-and-a-half hour closed-door hearing.
He told journalists who had been waiting at the university's lobby from 1pm that the atmosphere at the inquiry had been serious and the five disciplinary board members had been poker-faced.
“I have no idea what the outcome is going to be as they just noted down what I said. The hearing was more of a clarification session about things that I had allegedly said and claims about me,” he said.
“I feel there wasn't much space for me to present my case and I can only expect the worst case scenario and learn how to deal with it.”
Tan, who is on leave of absence from his studies for the past one-and-a-half years, said he had explained to the disciplinary board that he did not cause physical hurt to anybody.
When asked about his girlfriend and co-blogger Vivian Lee, he said they were still together and that she moved in with him two weeks ago.
However, Tan refused to divulge if he and Lee had recorded more videos of their bedroom exploits in recent times.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex Blog: NUS Takes Disciplinary Action

Thursday, 08 November 2012 07:58
File pic - The sex blog duo, Alvin Tan (right) Vivian Lee pictured in Malacca. Pix: FacebookFile pic - The sex blog duo, Alvin Tan (right) Vivian Lee pictured in Malacca. Pix: FacebookSINGAPORE: The National University of Singapore (NUS) has meted out disciplinary action against a law student who posted offensive material online, reported local television Channel NewsAsia. 

Alvin Tan Jye Yee, a Malaysian, posted explicit videos and pictures of himself and his girlfriend on his blog in October, which eventually found its way into local news headlines. 
CNA reported the NUS Board of Discipline had "concluded that Tan's inappropriate conduct was detrimental to the reputation and dignity of the university".

He has been notified of the decision.

NUS did not specify the nature of the action, when contacted by Channel NewsAsia. 

A spokesman said matters relating to NUS disciplinary proceedings were confidential. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 AsiaOne
Thursday, Nov 08, 2012

SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore (NUS) is stirring controversy by not revealing how it has punished sex blogger Alvin Tan, who is a student in the NUS Law Faculty.
It did not say how it had punished Tan, 24, and only told the media that its board of discipline had informed Tan of its decision. It also said that the board had concluded that his conduct was 'detrimental to the reputation and dignity of the university".
According to Lianhe Wanbao, the school is now facing calls by various groups of people, including NUS law faculty students, netizens and the general public, to reveal the disciplinary action it has imposed on Tan.
Mountbatten SMC Member-of-Parliament Mr Lim Biow Chuan, who is also Chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Education, said NUS should not keep the details confidential so that other students will not follow Tan's example.
He told the Chinese daily that he was puzzled as to why NUS did not make the decision public.
Students interviewed by the Chinese daily also voiced the same opinion, saying that NUS should settle this issue in a transparent manner as students have a right to know how the case ended.
According to Lianhe Wanbao, netizens speculated that NUS did not reveal its decision because the punishment for Tan was not severe enough.
Some also said that this was not just an internal issue and was a societal problem, hence it should be disclosed.
Others said that the decision should be made public because Tan's Asean scholarship used 'Singaporeans' money'.
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Storm over Singapore varsity’s silence on penalty for sex-blogger scholar

November 09, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 9 — The National University of Singapore (NUS) has drawn public ire in its refusal to disclose how it is punishing its sex-blogging Malaysian scholar Alvin Tan Jye Yee that it found guilty of damaging its reputation, the Straits Times (ST) reported today.
Tan (picture), the 24-year-old Asean scholarship holder studying law at NUS, is at the centre of a controversy after he and his girlfriend posted in a joint blog photographs and videos of themselves having sex. He had been hauled up for disciplinary action last month.
Both sides have kept their lips tightly zipped over Tan’s punishment, with the university saying matters relating to disciplinary proceedings are confidential.
Singapore citizens, however, feel otherwise, with nine out of 10 university students polled by the newspaper saying NUS should be upfront about punishment, ST reported.
“Almost the whole of Singapore knows about this case. This matter is not just within the school anymore,” Nanyang Technological University student Clive Chua, 23, was reported as saying.
The paper reported critics taking to Facebook and other fora panning NUS’s lack of transparency, with some speculating that the university may have been lenient towards Tan and others, saying knowing the punishment would deter other students from following suit.
The Singapore daily quoted another NUS law undergraduate Trent Ng, 22, who said NUS is within its rights to keep silent but “in the light of the whole situation... it would be in the interest of the school to make public its punishment”.
Tan, a final-year law student, had apologised to NUS for “bringing disrepute” to the school but has insisted that what he did was done in his “own personal time as a private individual and not an NUS student”.
He also maintained that what he did was a “victimless crime” and did not harm anyone.
The NUS student had said explicit photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend, Vivian Lee, going viral were “exciting”, according to Yahoo! Singapore.
On the site “Sumptuous Erotica”, Tan and Lee said they loved posting details of their sex life on the web “for everyone to enjoy” and that they uploaded only self-made content.
The blog has since been taken down.
Tan went to Singapore under an Asean scholarship in 2004 and attended Xinmin Secondary School and Raffles Junior College before he went to NUS.
He is based in Kuala Lumpur, where he has an online business. His mother helps to run a family business, while his father works in sales.
The couple also faces the possibility of criminal prosecution and jail time if convicted for exhibiting obscene material after they posted photographs and videos of themselves having sex on their blog.
Malaysian Police Commercial Crimes chief Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan said recently that the authorities were considering taking action against the duo for violation of obscenity laws.
Under section 292 of the Penal Code, the couple could be prosecuted for exhibiting obscene material.
The punishment under the law is imprisonment for a term of up to three years or a fine.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 12, 2012

The couple used the now-defunct blog to chronicle their sexual exploits.
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 12 ― Singapore Education Minister Heng Swee Keat has described the behaviour of Malaysian sex blogger Alvin Tan, who is a scholarship student in the republic, as “reprehensible and unbecoming of a scholar”, the island state’s Straits Times newspaper reported today. Heng was responding in Singapore’s Parliament to MPs who demanded to know what punishment had been meted out by the National University of Singapore (NUS) to Tan.
NUS has drawn public ire for its refusal to disclose how it is punishing the sex-blogging Malaysian scholar whom it found guilty of damaging its reputation.
Tan, the 24-year-old Asean scholar studying law at NUS, is at the centre of a controversy after he and his girlfriend posted in a joint blog photographs and videos of themselves having sex. He had been hauled up for disciplinary action last month.
Both sides have kept their lips tightly zipped over Tan’s punishment, with the university saying matters relating to disciplinary proceedings are confidential.
Singapore citizens, however, feel otherwise; nine out of 10 university students polled by the Straits Times newspaper saying NUS should be upfront about punishment.
Speaking in Parliament today, Heng was responding to questions from four MPs stood to ask if the Singapore Education Ministry would be asking the school to make public the punishment that it has decided on, the newspaper reported.
The MPs ― Lim Biow Chuan, Intan Azura Mokhtar, Yee Jenn Jong and Pritam Singh ― all argued that the punishments should be made known in the name of transparency.
The minister stopped short of saying what the punishment was or if the student had his scholarship terminated, the newspaper reported.
However, he said he was confident NUS took the matter seriously and would do the right thing.
Tan, a final-year law student, had apologised to NUS for “bringing disrepute” to the school but has insisted that what he did was done in his “own personal time as a private individual and not an NUS student”.
He also maintained that his action was a “victimless crime” and did not harm anyone.
The NUS student had said explicit photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend, Vivian Lee, going viral were “exciting”, according to Yahoo! Singapore.
On the site “Sumptuous Erotica”, Tan and Lee said they loved posting details of their sex life on the web “for everyone to enjoy” and that they uploaded only self-made content.
The blog has since been taken down.
Tan went to Singapore under an ASEAN scholarship in 2004 and attended Xinmin Secondary School and Raffles Junior College before he went to NUS.
He is based in Kuala Lumpur, where he has an online business. His mother helps to run a family business, while his father works in sales.
The couple also faces the possibility of criminal prosecution and jail time if convicted for exhibiting obscene material after they posted photographs and videos of themselves having sex on their blog.
Malaysian Police Commercial Crimes chief Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan said recently that the authorities were considering taking action against the duo for violation of obscenity laws.
Under Section 292 of the Penal Code, the couple could be prosecuted for exhibiting obscene material.
The punishment under the law is imprisonment for a term of up to three years or a fine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NUS terminates scholarship of sex blogger Alvin Tan

The National University of Singapore (NUS) has terminated the scholarship of sex blogger Alvin Tan. --ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

The National University of Singapore (NUS) has terminated the scholarship of sex blogger Alvin Tan.
The Straits Times understands from a source that the Asean scholarship holder was not expelled but will have to pay full, unsubsidised fees as a foreign student should he want to conclude his final year of studies at the NUS Law School.
The revelation comes on the same day that Parliament discussed the matter of Mr Tan's conduct. During the debate in the House, Education Minister Heng Swee Keat strongly condemned the exhibitionist behaviour of Mr Tan, saying that it was "reprehensible and unbecoming of a scholar".
Though the Minister did not reveal the details of the punishment, he said he was confident that the NUS management took the matter seriously and would do the right thing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NUS made right decision in not revealing hearing outcome
There has been an uproar in Singapore ever since Alvin Tan Jye Yee and Vivian Lee’s sex blog came to light online.
The ASEAN scholar and law student at the National University of Singapore (NUS) had shared intimate details of their sex life on the blog, and after it attracted widespread public attention, Singaporeans practically lined up around the block to censure the two Malaysians, questioning their morals (or lack thereof) and suggesting that Tan had acted in such a way because he had not been appreciative of his scholarship.
Tan had to face disciplinary proceedings from NUS last month for having been associated with “offensive behaviour”. The university has since decided to take disciplinary action against him. However, they have refused to divulge the details of this action.
An NUS spokesman stated last week that disciplinary matters are confidential, and will not be published.
Cue another uproar.
Singaporeans are now demanding that the university reveal to the public the exact nature of the disciplinary action they are taking against Tan.
Revealing the punishment, some argue, will dissuade others from following in the couple’s footsteps.
Others say that the issue has become one of public interest, and that the university therefore has a responsibility to let the public know what is being done.
CASE OF SUN XU
The case of Sun Xu, an undergraduate scholar from China who had made derogatory comments about Singapore, was held up as an example – if the university revealed the decision of disciplinary proceedings then, why not now?
I thought the whole Sun Xu debacle was overly hyped in the first place, but I can see why NUS would decide to inform the public of disciplinary action taken. In that case, the student had directly insulted Singapore, which made it an offence affecting Singaporeans.
Tan’s case is obviously different. He characterised his actions as having been a “victimless crime”, and he is right. No one was actually hurt by his blog. His sexual partner was consenting. The blog was their own; although the link was shared on other sites and in forums, people were free to choose whether to click through or not. No one was forced into looking at the photos of their sexcapades.
Being offended by something that has been essentially self-inflicted, then demanding that someone else be blamed and punished for it is already a little silly.
But it’s happened anyway – Tan has been threatened with criminal action and hauled up for disciplinary action at the university. The university has decided to punish him, but insisting that we know all the juicy details just smacks of gossip-mongering.
This whole saga with the sex blog was never an issue of public interest.
We may disagree with their action, we may find the blog tasteless and look away, but it’s ultimately their choice. Those who aren’t comfortable with a sex blog don’t have to check it out.
There is no urgent need to make an example out of this couple just to deter other young people from doing the same. Give young people some credit. They aren’t exactly sheep. No one is going to start a sex blog just because some scholar started one.
TAN IS NOT A POLITICIAN
If deterrence is needed, surely the furore from the self-appointed moral police has done it without us needing to know every detail of his punishment from NUS.
Another source of concern is the ASEAN scholarship. As a scholar, Tan has had taxpayer funds lavished upon him, and therefore people feel like they have a right to know all the details in relation to his case.
Yet this isn't fair; Tan is on a scholarship because of his academic achievements, and it is not right to expect scholars to give up their personal lives to the moral policing of the public just because of the funding they have received.
He is not a politician, an elected official who makes major decisions on our behalf, and therefore he does not have the same accountability to the public.
Apart from doing something that doesn't gel with our sense of moral purity, he has not hurt anyone or demonstrated a lack of ability to attain the academic achievements he was given the scholarship for in the first place. The public doesn't own him.
At the end of the day, this whole thing with the blog was really none of our business. But we made it our business because it was a chance to indulge in a sensationalist, scandalous episode, and sex news always draws the eyeballs.
He had done it while on a leave of absence from NUS and wasn’t even in Singapore. He had not forced himself upon anyone, either for sex or for page views.
Theirs was just one sex blog in a sprawling world wide web full of sex blogs (yes, they’re there). It would not have made waves in any way if we had not let it.
NUS made the right decision in closing the chapter on this case instead of revealing more details that would trigger another feeding frenzy online and in the media. It is high time we all moved on.
(Kirsten Han is a journalist, filmmaker, blogger and activist with an interest in social issues, especially those in Singapore. She is now a Masters student in journalism, media and communication in Cardiff University, and blogs at #spuddings and http://spuddings.net)
 (The views and opinions expressed by the author and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of insing.com and SingTel Digital Media Ptd Ltd.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 By Pearl Lee
The Straits Times
Monday, Nov 12, 2012

UPDATE: The National University of Singapore (NUS) has terminated the scholarship of sex blogger Alvin Tan.
While Tan was not expelled, he will have to pay full, unsubsidised international student fees if he wants to finish his final year of studies at the NUS Law School, reported The Straits Times.
Earlier on Monday, several Members of Parliament raised the issue of the ASEAN scholar's conduct and questioned if the Education Ministry would be asking the school to make public the punishment.
MP Pritam Singh cited the case of Chinese NUS scholar Sun Xu whose punishment was publicised, but Education Minister Heng Swee Keat said the two cases had different circumstances.
Mr Heng called Tan's conduct "reprehensible and unbecoming of a scholar". However, he did not reveal the details of the punishment.

SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore said on Friday that it does not condone the actions of sex blogger and law student Alvin Tan Jye Yee.
But it is still standing by its decision not to make public the disciplinary action it has taken against him, despite calls by some Singaporeans for the university to do so.
In a statement to The Straits Times on Friday, a spokesman said: "While the National University of Singapore (NUS) does not condone the offensive online postings by Alvin Tan Jye Yee in the recent incident in question, it is not the university's practice to make public the disciplinary decisions of the Board of Discipline.
"This approach applies to any case brought to the board for review."
The university's statutes and regulations, which govern the 24-year-old's inquiry, do not state that proceeding outcomes must be kept confidential.
The statute concerning disciplinary proceedings states that the student will be informed of the decision of the disciplinary board. The school may send a notice of the decision to students or other parties as well.
The university has a student-privacy policy which states that access to the information is granted only to authorised NUS personnel or certain third parties.
The latter include the Ministry of Education, government agencies, and statutory bodies or non-government agencies authorised to carry out services.
Earlier this year, the disciplinary board presided over final-year engineering student and scholarship holder Sun Xu's case.
The Chinese national had said in a blog post that "there are more dogs than humans" here.
Ex-NUS law scholar and girlfriend post explicit videos onlineThe NUS spokesman said no official announcement was made of the disciplinary actions in that case.
NUS provost Tan Eng Chye sent out an internal circular to all students shortly after, to remind them to avoid making offensive or disrespectful remarks on social media, forums and websites.

The circular did not name Mr Sun but contained details of the punishment.
He was fined $3,000 and ordered to do community service. He also had his scholarship benefits for his final semester withheld.
Mr Tan, an Asean scholarship holder from Malaysia, made news last month for posting sexually explicit photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend on his blog.
On Wednesday, NUS said the board of discipline, which met him last month, had concluded that his "inappropriate conduct" was detrimental to the school's reputation and dignity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex blogger's scholarship worth at least $110,000

      

Sex blogger's scholarship worth at least $110,000

The National University of Singapore has terminated sex blogger Alvin Tan's scholarship over his Internet sexploits. Tan told reporters: I'm sorry but I can't comment. I'm bound by a confidentiality agreement. -The Star/ANN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The Star/Asia News Network
Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012

PETALING JAYA - The National University of Singapore has terminated sex blogger Alvin Tan's scholarship over his Internet sexploits.
The prestigious university, however, stopped short of expelling the 24-year-old from law school but he will have to pay full non-subsidised fees as a foreign student should he resume studies, reported Singapore Straits Times, quoting unnamed sources.
Tan was an Asean scholar and had been on "leave of absence" from his classes for almost a year when he started uploading pornographic pictures and videos of himself and his girlfriend Vivian Lee on a blog titled "Sumptuous Erotica".
Tan has refused to comment on the university's decision.
"I'm sorry but I can't comment. I'm bound by a confidentiality agreement," he said.
The university has also kept mum, with the spokesman stating that the school's disciplinary proceedings were confidential.
An estimate shows that it may have cost the Singapore go­­­vernment - the benefactor of the Asean scholarship programme - at least RM275,000 (S$110,000) to fund all of Tan's seven years of study in the city state.
The highly prestigious scholarship is awarded to only 170 undergraduates from nine Asean countries annually. It covers tuition fees, accommodation and also provides an allowance for the recipients.
Last week, after deciding on the punishment, the university said Tan's actions were "inappropriate and was detrimental to the reputation and dignity of the university".
Singapore Education Minister Heng Swee Keat also told Parliament on Monday that Tan's behaviour was "reprehensible and unbecoming of a scholar".
Tan said he apologised to the university during the disciplinary hearing on Oct 31.
Meanwhile, both he and Lee have deleted all of their Facebook posts referring to the blog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex scandal: ‘I don’t give crap (excuses)’

RK Anand and Teoh El Sen | May 25, 2012
Unlike others, MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek says that he does not dish out excuses such as 'my stomach is smaller than what is seen in the video'.
VIDEO INSIDE
KUALA LUMPUR: A sex scandal often nails the coffin shut on a political career and few are able to rise above the dirt and re-invent themselves.
In Malaysia, where sex scandals are bountiful, one such political resurrection happened in the form of MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek.
His rivals’ secret filming of his bedroom romp may have dealt his reputation a blow but his honest admission and political acumen ensured that he returned to the pinnacle of power.
More than four years have passed since that sordid DVD revelation compelled Chua to resign as health minister, the MP for Labis and MCA vice-president, casting him into political wilderness.
But the trained psychologist, who believes that the impossible is possible, refused to be defeated even when expelled from MCA and clawed his way back to the top, with the mandate of party members.
However, the father of three’s moral transgression continues to haunt him and provides fodder for his political opponents.
In cyberspace, whenever an article quoting him is published, the comments from readers will contain a string of unflattering remarks, including references to a particular sexual stimulant, about the MCA president with regard to the scandal.
But the seasoned politician has learned to take all of this in his stride.
Chua: I don’t hide
And when FMT popped the scandalous question during an exclusive interview yesterday, Chua who appeared accustomed to such queries responded in a flash.
In defending himself, the MCA president craftily launched a veiled attack on Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, whose alleged sexual exploits with a Chinese prostitute was also captured on DVD.
He also made references to the infamous Lingam video on the fixing of judicial appointments.
Asked to what extent the scandal had affected him on the political front and its implications on MCA, Chua replied: I don’t know. But I know that I don’t hide. I don’t say that ‘it looks like me, sounds like me but it’s not me’.”
And in an obvious swipe at Anwar over his denials regarding the alleged sex video attributed to him, the MCA president continued: “I don’t go around saying that my stomach is smaller than what is in the video. I didn’t say that I have hidden my watch because I gave it to my wife.”
“I don’t do all those things. I said that it’s me. I made a mistake, I’ll apologise and I’ll go off. I hold on to the principle that I prefer to be defeated by the people at the ballot box rather than shameless, nameless people that tape your secret life. That is my final mental principle,” he stressed.
On that note, Chua said that it was an individual’s right whether to accept him or otherwise.
“If they can’t accept me, thank you very much, it’s your right. Nobody asked you to attend my forum. Nobody asked you to tune to the TV that has Chua Soi Lek’s face. Nobody asked you to vote for Chua Soi Lek in the party election or even in general election.”
“But I don’t hide and say that it’s not me, it sounds like me, the movement is not like me, my stomach is not that big, I have more hair, left my watch.. I don’t give all this crap,” he added.
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Erotic blogger Alvin Tan Jye Yee wants to continue having “a lot of sex” with partner Vivian Lee and he intends to keep recording the trysts.


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Chua Soi Lek

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first political casualty from the ruling government starts the second day of the New Year 2008 today when Malaysian Health Minister cum MCA vice president, Dr Chua Soi Lek, announced his resignation (or sacked by his own boss?) one day after he refused to do so. Chua Soi Lek’s sex DVDs scandal proves too hot to be handled by the Malaysian government, so much so that the 60-year old senior politician could not be saved even by the Prime Minister himself. MalaysiaKini and theStar reported the news.
Stock market opened for trading for the first day of the year 2008 but it appears the sex DVDs stole the limelight of the day. Investors are still in the holiday mood judging from the low volume after the closing bell. I bet even remisiers, dealers or brokers themselves were busy searching or finding where to download Chua Soi Lek’s sex DVDs. The year 2008 is perhaps the worst year in his political career. The MCA big gun might have thought of adopting the infamous former President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky’s strategy in denying the scandal but the difference is Chua was caught with his pants totally down with the sex DVDs while Clinton-Lewinsky was not.
Chua Soi Lek Sex DVDs - ResignInterestingly the only scandal that could bring down a Malaysian politician is sex scandal – only if you’re caught pants down. Not even corruptions, regardless of billions of dollars involved, could match the catastrophic that a sex scandal could bring to a Malaysian politician. However compare to former Deputy Speaker of Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) cum secretary-general of MIC (Malaysian Indian Congress), D.P. Vijandran, who became the actor cum camera-man over a number of pornographic tapes (DVD did not exists back then), Chua Soi Lek’s sex DVDs are peanuts.
There were numerous other sex scandals involving politicians. The hottest rumor was a very top leader who was caught with an actress in Port Dickson but his power saved the day, not to mention there were no CCTVs that manage to record the hot-scenes. Chua Soi Lek and his supporters were crying that they were setup by some sort of political parties but when your cuckoo was captured running wild with other women except your own wife, you’re dead meat. That’s the reality in politics. As much as the PM would like to save Chua’s butt, the stake is too high to take considering the general election is around the corner.
Don't Eat and Shit at same placeFurthermore how hard could it be for the oppositions to run down on the current government’s morality if Chua was to let off the hook? Yes, Chua did the magnificent sex DVDs that spread over two volumes and most of you is willing to pay high price to get hold of it and may be yelling “Where to find Chua Soi Lek sex DVD?” since yesterday. But is Chua’s guiltiness any lesser by comparison to those multi-billion corruptions or racism policies that seems to be the standard operating procedure of the nation, not to mention a former Malacca Chief Minister who was involved in a sex scandal with an under-aged girl?
Maybe it’s time the politicians learn the 101 Dos-and-Don’ts of “don’t eat and shit at the same place” – obviously Chua didn’t know about it. But then the post is indeed CURSED!!!


















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Erotic blogger Alvin Tan Jye Yee wants to continue having “a lot of sex” with partner Vivian Lee and he intends to keep recording the trysts.


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Malaysia Minister Of Health's Xmas Sex DVD Scandal Dec 2007 

 

 

 

Chua Soi Lek

 

 http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1039509/malaysia_minister_of_healths_xmas_sex_dvd_scandal_dec_2007/

 

 


 

 

 

 

Dr Chua Soi Lek - I am the man in the tape  

 

 

 


 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC3eCVBNQ8I 

 

 

 

  

 

ORIGINAL CLIPS of Malaysia Minister of Health & Sex Dr. Chua  

 

 

 




 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYoHWR98mGQ

 

 

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