Seah Kian Peng

Covid19: PAP MP Seah Kian Peng Continues His Walkabout Despite Stricter Circuit Breaker Measures

First we had PAP MP Chia Shi Lu, who went to Alexandra Village Food Center with potential PAP candidate Colonel Eric Chua to supposedly distribute masks to hawkers. Now we still have Seah Kian Peng who also break the rules by going to the market alone, claiming that he is a safe distancing ambassador, even though he never wear the proper Tshirt and still can hashtag #walkabout.

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SENIOR MINISTER GOH UNVEILS PAP TEAM FOR MARINE PARADE GRC

Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong unveiled the PAP team that could contest Marine Parade GRC in the upcoming General Elections. In his Facebook update, the likely members include Mr Goh Chok Tong, MSF Minister Tan Chuan-Jin, Associate Professor Fatimah Lateef and Mr Seah Kian Peng. MP of the soon to be dissolved Moulmein-Kallang GRC Edwin Tong is expected to replace Tin Pei Ling.

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[COMPLAIN] WHY PAP MPS ALSO DON'T USE PUBLIC HOSPITALS?

Recently, PAP MP Seah Kian Peng, who is also the Deputy Speaker of Parliament and CEO of NTUC Fairprice Co-op, was admitted to a hospital for an emergency operation to remove his gall bladder as it was swollen and on the verge of bursting. If I am not mistaken, looking at the furnishing and uniform of the staff, he went for the operation at a private hospital. I wonder if an average Singaporean is able to afford what Mr Seah did when faced with a similar situation? How much does it costs? And, as a public servant, is Mr Seah saying he is also not confident of public health care in such an emergency?

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PAP MP Seah Kian Peng: PSLE Exam Serves No Purpose

Member of Parliament for Marine Parade GRC, Seah Kian Peng has questioned the role of the Primary School Leaving Exams (PSLE), saying that it is an exam that is past its time. Speaking in Parliament on Wednesday (May 28), he said the exam causes stress and imposes "frenzied preparations" on both students and parents. To make his point, Mr Seah asked employers in the House if workers were hired based on PSLE scores. He also questioned if parents needed a child's PSLE score to feel proud. He concluded that the national exam served no purpose except the "bureaucratic function of sorting students into schools."

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NTUC FairPrice 'most valuable retail brand in S-E Asia'

FairPrice's strengths are that it "competes strongly on value" in a largely price-driven sector, the report said, and continues to strengthen its brand image through efforts such as an online video channel. The chain's chief executive, Mr Seah Kian Peng, said yesterday that it will continue to "leverage our brand strength as well as look for more ways to harness technology to increase convenience for customers and improve productivity that can translate into cost savings and benefits for them".

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PAP MP Seah Kian Peng shocked only 7 out of 25 NUS Political Science faculty members are S’porean

In the latest The Supper Club Q&A by The Straits Times on March 29, 2014, Marine Parade GRC MP Seah Kian Peng was interviewed for his views on a range of topics, including passionate Singaporeans and long-term planning. However, the most interesting quote from the interview was his answer expressing his shock at the lack of Singaporean academics in the National University of Singapore’s Political Science department.

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NTUC FairPrice goes on an expansion blitz

SEAH Kian Peng remembers a childhood of sleeping on thin mattresses on the living room floor, borrowing money from relatives when "sums didn't add up", and not wasting even a single grain of rice during mealtimes. Even now, the son of a printing-firm line worker and part-time seamstress keeps a record of every cent he spends and cannot stand wasted food.

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