Ace Dynamics Limited was incorporated in Singapore on 18 May 1964 and has been listed on the main board of Singapore Exchange Limited since July 1975. Their main core business is to provide welding application solutions & related services to their customers. This includes the supply of welding, safety products and industrial gases.

 


 

Ang, Sunny (1939– 1967) One of Singapore’s most famous criminals, convicted on 18 May 1965 for the murder of bar waitress Jenny Cheok Cheng Kid, whose body was never found. The prosecution alleged that on 27 August 1963, Sunny Ang, a Singapore Grand Prix driver, had hired a sampan (small boat) to bring him and Cheok to Sisters Islands south of Singapore, ostensibly to collect corals; but the real motive was murder— she was heavily insured. Ang was bankrupt whereas Cheok had been insured for a total of $450,000 with several insurance companies. Some of Cheok’s policies were renewed on the morning of her death, although Ang’s were not. The beneficiaries were Ang’s mother and Cheok’s estate. The case was the first murder trial in local legal history in which a person was convicted solely on circumstantial evidence.

 


 

On 18 May 1985, Professor S Jayakumar, then Minister for Home Affairs launches the Umar Pulavar Scholarship Trust Fund at Queenstown Committee Centre.

 


 

 

As the construction sector expanded rapidly in the late 80s, the training capacity of the Construction Industry Training Centre became over-stretched. The need for a larger training centre became evident. In 1991, to meet the new training needs of the industry in the face of advances in construction technology, the Singapore government announced the construction of a new training centre at Braddell Road. The new centre, known as the Construction Industry Training Institute (CITI), was opened on 18 May 1994. CITI was re-structured and renamed as BCA Academy of the Built Environment in 2007 to gear itself for an expanded scope of professional education.

 


 

The Singapore Arts Festival (SAF) was inaugurated on 18 May 1999 following the merger of the Festival of Arts with the Festival of Asian Performing Arts (FAPA). Today, the SAF is recognised as the nation’s flagship annual arts event showcasing the “best of the artistic and aesthetic in the performing arts in Singapore and the rest of the world.”

 

(Source: http://eresources.nlb.gov.sg/history/events/
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On 18 May 2010, Singapore Airlines presents its first cookbook, Above and Beyond: A Collection of Recipes from the Singapore Airlines International Culinary Panel, with a collection of 50 delectable recipes contributed by the ten celebrated chefs.