Tan Min-Liang, chief executive officer of Razer, a San Francisco-based gaming hardware company, said: "While it might seem like common wisdom to first test (an idea) in Singapore, and then take it regionally and to the world, with all due respect to the government, I think it doesn't make sense in today's world."
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Tan Min-Liang, chief executive officer of Razer, a San Francisco-based gaming hardware company, said: "While it might seem like common wisdom to first test (an idea) in Singapore, and then take it regionally and to the world, with all due respect to the government, I think it doesn't make sense in today's world."