Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
Dr Lee Bee Wah, the People's Action Party MP for Nee Soon GRC, shared her delight after a resident in her constituency responded to her call for volunteers for the Clean and Green campaign.
"So happy to have resident volunteered for clean and green ambassador," she wrote on Facebook before sharing the resident's letter:
Hi Ms Lee or Er Lee,
My name is XXXXXX and I share your vision of a 'Mini-Japan'. Having been to Osaka not too long ago and I truly understand what you meant by their standard of 'cleanliness'.
Anyway, I'm writing to you having seen your FB post about the clean & green ambassador. Kindly keep me in the loop about how to be part of this meaningful event.
Thank you very much and wishing you a good day ahead.
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