Thursday, 17 Dec 2015
Time may be limited but always give of your best, says Amrin Amin, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs
Family: Parents and three siblings
Hobby: Walking and movies
Since his youth, Amrin Amin has had a sense of mission to help the less fortunate and that is perhaps the main reason why he readily gave up a promising law career in the private sector to serve in the public arena as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs.
“What guides me is giving back to society, making use of our limited time on earth to help the less privileged and doing my best,” said the second child of a technician father who drove a taxi to supplement his income, in an interview with Petir.
Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong spoke at the Institute of Policy Studies’ SG50 Conference on July 3, 2015. Petir brings you an edited version of it.
The PAP is the only party that contested all constituencies and fought to win every seat.
Not everyone gets to do what he likes but one can learn to like it. With this abiding principle, Masagos Zulkifli tells Petir about his work and views on his community.
The PAP draws the female vote due to its focus on family, education and security, says Indranee Rajah.
Dr Lam Pin Min shares his learning points from the Sengkang West columbarium saga and his work in the constituency.
More affordable housing, work-life balance and educational opportunities were the regular hot topics at the PPF 6th Council's inaugural dialogue.
While there have been improvements to situations, Lim Biow Chuan believes more can be done.
Quote and unquote.
Choo Wye Foo, a veteran activist of Tanjong Pagar GRC, remembers Mr Lee Kuan Yew as a man of principle.