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Ho Khai Leong

Associate Professor of Political Science

Nanyang Technological University

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Nanyang Technological University

1801 Alexander Bell Drive

Reston, Virginia,20191

United States

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A research-intensive public university, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has 33,500 undergraduate and postgraduate students in the colleges of Engineering, Business, Science, Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, and its Interdiscipli...more

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www.gulf-times.com

Ho Khai Leong, an associate professor of political science at Nanyang Technological University, said Singaporeans are feeling insecure about their homes, jobs and ties with the state.
He said the government needs to address that by giving Singaporeans more preferential treatment beyond voting rights, such as offering them the first right to jobs, an issue of increasing importance after a recession in the third quarter. "The government needs to give confidence that they are taking care of Singaporeans," he said. Ho Khai Leong, an associate professor of political science at Nanyang Technological University, said Singaporeans are feeling insecure about their homes, jobs and ties with the state. He said the government needs to address that by giving Singaporeans more preferential treatment beyond voting rights, such as offering them the first right to jobs, an issue of increasing importance after a recession in the third quarter. "The government needs to give confidence that they are taking care of Singaporeans," he said.


socioblogsg.wordpress.com

Dr Ho Khai LeongAssociate Professor, Dept of Political Science, Nanyang Technological University


shianux.jiyuuu.org [cached]

Prof Ho Khai Leong gets it!Wednesday, October 25, 2006He said:Nanyang Technological University Associate Professor in Political Science, Prof Ho Khai Leong believes both extremes â€" that of the MPs' aim to "reach, teach and preach" and the netizens' mission to "analyse, scrutinise and criticise" â€" will help mould cyberspace.He said: "Both these approaches, in their extreme forms, will no doubt invite criticisms, which […]


www.thestandard.com.hk [cached]

"There is a certain sense of nervousness in the air and the stakes are high for the PAP," Ho Khai Leong, a political analyst at Nanyang Technological University, said."If the opposition wins more seats, it will spark off a trend; more professionals will join the opposition," he said."If more professionals join the opposition camp then, in a few more elections, the PAP may not be able to keep its dominance in parliament," said Ho.The 20 new names fielded by the Workers' Party, the oldest opposition party, included many with careers as academics, lawyers and bankers - a far cry from previous line-ups.The opposition has fielded candidates for more than half the seats in parliament, denying the PAP an automatic victory on Nomination Day for the first time in nearly two decades.


thestar.com.my [cached]

Commenting on the findings, Nanyang Technological University political analyst Ho Khai Leong said: "Newspapers remain the most powerful medium because of their accessibility, low cost and people's reading habits.


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