(Aug 7): When Ted Poh did a short stint as a property officer in a condominium, he was suspected of receiving under-the-table money. Poh had awarded several contracts to the same vendor on the basis of its service quality, but a council member questioned whether he had a personal interest instead. The experience taught him the importance of transparency.

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