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Aug 24, Current Pasir Ris-Punggol MP Gan Thiam Poh, 51, has joined the Ang Mo Kio team after .. Hobbies: Reading and swimming . She started volunteering during Meet-the-People sessions in Bukit Panjang in and began. Pasir Ris West MPS, Singapore. likes · 40 talking about this. The Pasir Ris West PAP Member of Parliament Meet-The-People Session happens every. FRIDAY Mr Teo Chee Hean pm - pm Blk Pasir Ris Drive 10 # 21 Meet-The-People Sessions (MPS) are open to all residents of Pasir Ris.
I've always believed in working with people to bring the best ideas and different perspectives together to find the best way forward. This is needed especially given Singapore's development in a very complex world today. What issues will you focus on?
I grew up in an average Singaporean family with four brothers.
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My parents showed me the value and the importance of hard work. Our meritocratic system afforded me the opportunities. I see social mobility as a key enabler to afford our children, and their children, a chance to aim for a brighter future.
I would like to see that we are more inclusive and we leave no man behind. Favourite spot in Singapore? After a long day's work, I go home to my family to enjoy their warmth, their care and their love. The third-generation Singaporean, who is also known as Soon Sher Rene, was born here and raised by her grandmother who encouraged her to volunteer and help the needy.
She met her Beijing- born husband while studying in London. He became a Singapore citizen six years ago. Soft-spoken and articulate, she said: He was attracted to the values and dynamism we have here.
Her political career has been more than a decade in the making. As an undergraduate, she started volunteering at Buona Vista and, inaged 25, she spoke at the PAP's 50th anniversary rally.
But she was working in Hong Kong and thinking of having children.Lyca Gairanod be like ( Dance with my Father- Tagalog version )
Ms Sun said she was engaged in party activities even before Of her time in grassroots activities, she said: When you try to solve other people's problems, your own dim in significance. Investment director at Temasek Holdings Family: Married to an IT entrepreneur, They have a daughter aged two. Reading and swimming Why politics? Being involved in the community puts you in touch with local issues, which is important. But politics is a way to do more, because you have the arena and ability to debate issues, not just for the constituency, but also on the policy-making front.
Grassroots work taught me compassion and how to see the world through my fellow man's eyes. I want to ensure families have adequate childcare and eldercare, and help young mothers sustain fulfilling careers.
I understand what many families go through. It's not just about putting more infrastructure. Knowing that your child is taken care of gives working mothers confidence to pursue their career and passions. That has real impact on productivity. When I return, it reminds me of home. When pressed on what he had told party leadership about where he wanted to be fielded in the upcoming election, he said: After Mr Yaw was sacked by the WP in over his silence in an alleged extramarital affair, Mr Choo stood in the by-election.
Mr Choo's campaign slogan during the by-election, "Always here for you", was seen as a reference to Mr Yaw's sacking from the WP and flight from Singapore. Yesterday, when asked about the perception that he is not keeping his campaign promise to Hougang residents, Mr Choo replied: Mr Choo and his wife Pamela are expecting their first child in October. The soon-to-be first-time father also wants to champion the cause of young families, including balancing work demands and family commitments and having access to childcare facilities.
She added that she was passionate about active ageing and healthy living: Mr Mah was National Development Minister from to Public housing prices and shortages were hot button issues in the run-up to the General Election.
But I have a very good team, and we have the whole People's Action Party supporting us," he said in Mandarin. Mr Heng dismissed suggestions that he was reaping "political dividends" from the Our Singapore Conversation national feedback exercise he helmed insaying it "helped deepen our appreciation of the issues of concern to people, understand the challenges ahead and our hopes for the future".
As for Mr Mah, his political career has been eventful, beginning in when he ran against opposition politician Chiam See Tong in Potong Pasir, and lost.
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He also held the post of Minister for Communications from towhere he oversaw the implementation of the Certificate of Entitlement and Electronic Road Pricing schemes. He was concurrently Minister for the Environment from to Also exiting Tampines GRC - and politics - this round is Ms Irene Ng51, who has said she is proud of the causes she championed as a three-term backbencher. These include more help for seniors and low-income workers, as well as better cycling spaces. Deputy chief executive of Hai Leck Holdings, a public-listed engineering company founded by her father who now is its chairmanFamily: She is the third of five siblings.
Brisk walking and exercising in the gym Why politics?
From being a girl scout to assisting at Meet-the-People sessions sincehelping people has been such an integral part of my life. In a way, politics is the next phase. Whether it's volunteering or working in the office, I interact with a lot of people. After graduation, he worked as an auditor. Later, he held management positions at several multinational corporations. When asked how the Government can continue to maintain a balance in regulating and encouraging innovation, like in the case of potentially disruptive platforms including Airbnb, Mr Teo praised the Government for its light-touch approach to innovation in Singapore.
They are looking at our regulations to look at how to keep a balance between the original sector and new technology platforms. Public service was a joy for Mr Teo, but while he was comfortable and happy, he felt that he was running out of time to start a business.
I did not want to be just an investor.
I wanted to create, and that is what I am doing. Mr Teo also enjoys discussing his ventures with his wife, Jenny, and their son, 17, and daughter, Sometimes, they make fun of him.
Mr Manoj Sharma, 44, a former board member of Action Community for Entrepreneurship, where Mr Teo was appointed chairman insaid: Mr Teo, who was mayor of North East District from until earlier this year, initiated in cafe corners that bring residents together by offering free drinks in areas such as void decks and community centres.
Inhe came up with the idea of leaving handyman tools in the Residents' Committee offices for residents to borrow. This year, he opened a free workspace at Sengkang Community Club for adult residents.
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Mr Teo is a sportsperson. He has a very competitive spirit, not in a negative sense, but he likes to challenge himself to try new things.
Perhaps more than others, he understands the difficulty of cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit among Singaporeans, given his late start. He urged Singaporeans thinking of following in his footsteps to try to be an "intrapreneur" within their own organisations and strike out when the time is right.