Interview with MP Tin Pei Ling

Working With Grace

I’d never thought I’ll interview MP Tin Pei Ling for this blog. Till my friend, Andrew Chow, told me it’d be a good idea to do so. Admittedly, I was curious about this lady and how she had come to be portrayed by local media as being (in her own words) “juvenile”.

I discovered that she is a warm and friendly person and she doesn’t give the usual politically correct answers in our conversation over lunch. She was engaging and spoke most of the time – there were no “I don’t know what to say” moments.

She was forthcoming and open to sharing, clearing up some of the misconceptions that I had. I suppose local media is always out for a story and would take advantage of any opportunity to latch on to any one thing a person utters that could potentially cause a sensation.

Fortunately for my interviewees…

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