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Singaporean have a strong love for dividends. Dividend income is not completely for future-proof. Stock fundamentals can depreciate and dividends can be cut anytime. But the alternative to stay wealthy is to determine and have a good strategy: we are going to share a simple way to start. Here is the list of the highest dividend paying stocks for Singaporean. Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (SGX: NS8U) tops the list with a trailing distribution yield of    7.96%. Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust (SGX: A17U) takes second place with a distribution yield of 6.74%. Local telco StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3) is offering the third highest yield at 5.6%, based on a trailing dividend per share of 17 cents. Media giant Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39) is offering a distribution yield of 5.56%, making it the fourth highest yield in the group. Last but not least, CapitaLand Mall Trust (SGX: C38U) rounds out the list with a trailing distribution yield of 5.48%. Lung Kee (Bermuda) (SGX: L09): Lung Kee is a global leading mold supplier with over 40 years of industry experience servicing mold makers worldwide with its production facilities located in China, Japan, Taiwan, and Malaysia. Mapletree Logistics (SGX: M44U): Mapletree Logistics Trust is an Asia-focused logistics Real Estate Investment Trust. Its portfolio comprised logistics properties located across Asia including Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, China, Australia, Malaysia, and Vietnam. CDW Holding (SGX: BXE): CDW is a small trading and sourcing company on LCD backlight units, frame products, Flexible printed circuits and etc. which serves large Japanese companies in Hong Kong. M1 Limited (SGX: B2F): M1 needs no further introduction. It provides mobile, fixed communications services as well as retail of telecommunication equipment and accessories. PCI Limited (SGX: P19): PCI is an electronics manufacturing company that provides end-to-end solutions from product design to testing and certification. Their main market segments are United States, China, Germany, and ASEAN.