The Straits Times - Notable Personalities

Notable Personalities

  • Catchick Moses, the Armenian founder of the paper
  • Robert Carr Woods, the paper's first editor
  • Susan Long, (Enterprise Editor/Journalist—Wrote an editorial, "NKF: Controversially ahead of its time?", published in The Straits Times on 1 January 2002, which became the subject of the dispute involving the National Kidney Foundation Singapore and SPH, and eventually the lawsuit that led to the National Kidney Foundation Singapore scandal)
  • John McBeth, columnist since 2004
  • Ching Cheong, (Ex-Chief China Correspondent (Now Senior Writer based in Hong Kong Formerly held by Chinese authorities on espionage charges)
  • Koh Buck Song, columnist 1990-99, 2004–05
  • Miel Prudencio Ma, (Cartoonist and Senior Executive Artist, SPH)
  • Ernest Corea, Features Editor and Foreign Affairs columnist

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