I'm XXXXXXXXX from STOMP (Straits Times Online Mobile Print). We're a new online interactive portal geared for the teens and young working adults in Singapore. Our official launch is primed for 15 July, to coincide with the Straits Times' 161st Anniversary.Mr Wang had removed his "Mr Wang Says So" email address from his blog sidebar some time ago, but that didn't stop this intrepid ST journalist from tracking Mr Wang down anyway. Somehow she discovered one of Mr Wang's other personal email accounts, and emailed Mr Wang there. Oh, and she addressed Mr Wang by his real name too.
One of the features on our site is called STOMPcast, where a selection of e-flicks will be streamed for our viewers. Content will include press conferences, interviews, short films/animations, live performances etc.
While the arts and entertainment scene will be showcased, our priority is to provide our local community with a new platform to voice their thoughts.
We are currently putting together a video of interviews with prominent Singapore bloggers regarding Minister Lee Boon Yang's latest views aired about Blogging and the new leeway given to the blogging community for the next GE.
We'd love to get your thoughts on it, and would like to arrange a video interview with you at our News Centre ... [rest deleted]
See, Mr Wang already told you months ago that the mainstream media knows quite well who he is. Seems like nowadays, they won't even pretend that they don't (unlike IPS).
Anyway, Mr Wang will skip this. His offline life is a little too packed, this week and next week.