Corruption trial reveals school principals frequently being sent overseas to recruit foreign students as scholars

Channel News Asia, 20 May 2014
SINGAPORE: Former Maris Stella High Principal Anthony Tan Kim Hock today (May 19) pleaded guilty to nine charges of misappropriating school funds.
He admitted to misappropriating funds amounting to S$66,950.50 between 2004 and 2009.
The court heard that when the 67-year-old was Principal of the school, he made frequent business trips to China for official networking and scholars' recruitment trips, and to London, Bangkok and Hong Kong for conferences. Full story
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