Sunday, 7 April 2013

CG Protege mentioned in run-up to General Elections

As part of Yahoo! Singapore's coverage of the 2011 General Elections, we speak to new faces to look out for in the coming weeks. In the second of a four-part series, LIYANA LOW speaks to Ong Ye Kung of the People's Action Party.

PAP's new candidate Ong Ye Kung. (Yahoo! photo)

Excerpt from interview:

However, he feels that issues concerning younger Singaporeans are different, particularly for the new batch of voters who will be going to the polls for the first time.

Mr Ong explained that this particular group of young people experienced a fairly rosy five years, in a boom period when Singapore started hosting the F1 race and also opened up two integrated resorts.

He feels that it is important for most young voters to be able to find opportunities here to fulfil their aspirations.

"If you want to work in Lucasfilms, now you can to go to an institute like CG Protege, where you can learn and build up a portfolio and you can apply for a job in Lucasfilms."

"I think Singapore 10 years ago and now,  it's very different because today we present a lot more opportunities available for these young people."

Full interview source

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