In 2011, Hong Kong is distributing HK$38 billion to its 6.1 million adult residents in equal shares of HK$6000 each.
In 2011, Singapore is distributing S$1.5 billion to its 2.5 million adult citizens in unequal amounts from S$100 to S$900.
This are one-time payments that are linked to the status of resident or citizen. The idea of citizen-ownership needs to be institutionalized and written into a country's constitution (as in Alaska). Then the yearly payments for the citizen-owners can be very substantial.