Singapore will soon become the latest Asian nation to require all international visitors to scan their fingerprints. That’s been a requirement for international visitors coming to the United States for years. But Singapore’s move signals increasing concerns about terrorism in Southeast Asia. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.
If you’ve traveled to Japan, Korea or Taiwan in the last nine years, you know the drill.
The stop at passport control at the airport includes an electronic scan of your fingerprints.