Education: Murder in Singapore

It was Sunday afternoon, and the band of students who call themselves "The Chinese High School Singsong and Harmonica Corps" were practicing in a second-floor club in one of the busy sections of Singapore. From the bottom of the stairs, a voice called up and asked in friendly Mandarin to speak to Corps Leader Lee Tai Lim. A few seconds later, a shot rang out and 21-year-old Lee fell dead in the street. He had been well known in Singapore as an active anti-Communist student leader. Said the police, as they offered a record reward of 25,000 Straits dollars ($8,333) for...

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