The CEO of Apple is flying around Asia and meeting a wide range of people who are both in business and politics. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong met with the CEO on Wednesday who said that they met four years ago and who praised Apple for a long and beneficial relationship with Singapore. Apple has built components in Singapore for years, and it is of course, a popular product there. Cook had breakfast in the Tiong Bahru district, one of the oldest housing areas of Singapore. They enjoyed a local treat called stir-fried radish cake, and gao-teng-kueh which is a multi-layered cake made from tapioca flour and coconut milk – apparently this a dish that Mr Cook loves. Cook was in Japan earlier this week walking through the fashionable Harajuku district where there is an Apple store. He was seen there with children and older Japanese Apple users.
Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Singapore PM Lee
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