Was your son in Singapore to undergo full-time training or part-time training?This was the question posed to Madam Zhang Ping, 54, whose son, China-born athlete Luan Wei, is suing the Singapore Athletic Association (SAA) for breaching promises made in a 1999 agreement. This question took up more than a third of Madam Zhang's cross-examination by SAA's lawyer, Senior Counsel Giam Chin Toon, yesterday.
One of the alleged promises was that the SAA would provide Mr Luan with English tuition and arrange for him to attend school in Singapore,or train and attend school in China.
It was also agreed he would be provided education up to university level, he and his mother claim. Full story